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Fast food giant McDonald's beat analysts' earnings and revenue estimates on Thursday, but a key sales metric fell short of forecasts.
Caterpillar lowered its full-year sales guidance, citing the stronger dollar, low oil prices, and a "challenging" second half.
Comcast says its quarterly revenue rose 11.3 percent from last year.
Amazon reports quarterly results after the bell. Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster says there are some key things to watch.
Eli Lilly chief John Lechleiter tells CNBC all aspects of health care need to be addressed, including the high costs of Obamacare for many Americans.
GM CFO Chuck Stevens says demand for new vehicles remains strong in North America after the automaker reported a profit beat.
Tidjane Thiam, the new chief executive of Switzerland's second-biggest bank, said it "may need" fresh capital to help address issues.
Consumer goods maker Unilever posted a higher-than-expected rise in sales for the first half of the year.
Valuation are "very high" in the pharmaceutical sector, Roche CEO Severin Schwan told CNBC on Thursday after the company posted a rise in sales.
The CEO of agricultural chemicals group Syngenta ruled out further negotiations of a merger with rival Monsanto, describing their attempted takeover offer as "woefully short."
Brewer SABMiller reported a rise in quarterly sales, helped by higher demand for beverages in Latin America and Africa.
Advertiser Publicis cut its 2015 sales forecast, warning that tougher conditions in the UK may dampen the improvement seen in the first half.
Qualcomm announced big cuts to its workforce as part of a strategic review to help the struggling chipmaker.
American Express noted that expense control helped overcome a stronger U.S. dollar's drag on international sales.
Boeing delivered quarterly earnings that handily topped analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
ABB said its net profit fell 8 percent in the second quarter due to a drop in demand for the Swiss company's oil and gas products.
Coca-Cola delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company is keeping the "pedal to the metal" for its China expansion.
Yahoo beat on revenue but also announced lowered guidance for the third quarter of 2015.
The technology giant reported profit of 62 cents per share on $22.18 billion in revenue, but shares fell in extended trading.