Gilead blew past top and bottom line expectations on the strength of strong sales for its hepatitis C treatments.
Shares of Yelp, the online business review site, plunged about 17 percent Tuesday after it reported a surprise second-quarter loss.
UPS delivered quarterly earnings that surpassed analysts' expectations on Tuesday, as improved margins offset a slight drop in revenue.
DuPont cut its full-year earnings forecast, citing the spin-off of its performance chemicals unit and a weak demand for agricultural products.
BP, the oil giant, announced a second-quarter replacement cost loss of $6.3 billion, and warned low oil prices are here to stay.
The parent company of Burger King and Tim Hortons reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit Monday.
A popular UK attractions operator has issued a profit warning ahead of its interim results, after a rollercoaster incident at one of its theme parks.
The company also announced on Thursday that it would be repurchasing another 50 million shares as part of its buyback program.
Amazon blows away second-quarter estimates with sales that jumped 20 percent and earnings in the black.
French tire giant Michelin is “extremely confident” about regaining market pricing power despite warning of stiffer headwinds on materials.
Norwegian oil major Statoil posted better than forecast second-quarter profit on Tuesday.
France's Orange inched closer to a long-awaited recovery in the second quarter as customers shifted to high-speed mobile and broadband services.
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.