Tiffany & Co. posted quarter results that missed expectations Thursday, pushing shares of the jewelry retailer lower in premarket trading.» Read More
Analysts had expected the media company to report earnings of 75 cents a share on $3.45 billion in revenue.
BHP Billiton, said it would slash its iron ore production cost further and cut spending to better withstand a downturn in commodity prices.
Alibaba delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Thursday, on a jump in gross merchandise volume.
The gaming developer reported results Wednesday that beat estimates and announced restructuring plans, which include laying off 364 workers.
Tesla's car deliveries were in line with its estimates and the company set an optimistic outlook for its upcoming battery line.
Whole Foods stock fell 10 percent after the grocer's comparable sales growth disappointed.
Shares of the company, known for its square beef burgers and thick "Frosty" milkshakes, rose about 6 percent in premarket trade.
Anheuser-Busch InBev increased profit by more than expected as it lifted prices and sold more premium lagers in Brazil and China.
Wall Street expected the embattled health supplement firm to post quarterly profits of $1 per share and revenue of $1.09 billion.
News Corp. pointed to negative currency moves as a reason for its missed earnings report on Tuesday.
Walt Disney delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that topped expectations. Movies from Marvel and Lucasfilm are key to future results, says a top analyst.
Shares in global bank rise on Q1 results just days after its annual general meeting, at which it said that it was considering moving from London.
The Swiss banking giant reported a hike in profit for its first quarter, despite the SNB's shock decision to unpeg its currency from the euro.
Miner and commodity trader Glencore on Tuesday reported a 9 percent fall in first-quarter copper production mostly due to lower copper grades.
Comcast delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Monday.
Cablevision Systems said video subscriber losses doubled, as the cable TV company's customers continued to shift to bundled services from telecoms.
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Chevron delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that blew away analysts' expectations on Friday.
Disney has moved its earnings report to Tuesday morning to allow employees to attend SurveyMonkey CEO David Goldberg's funeral.
AIG reported quarterly earnings on Thursday that topped analysts' expectations and it announced a new $3.5 billion buyback.