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Alphabet, the public holding company of Google, makes most of its money from advertising.
For the second quarter in a row, Starbucks' same-store sales failed to meet Wall Street expectations, sending shares down more than 4 percent in aftermarket trading Thursday.
The company reported that revenue from its "more personal computing" segment, which includes Surface, badly missed estimates.
Intel is expected to report first-quarter earnings after the bell Thursday.
Comcast says its earnings climbed by more than 23 percent, driven by growth in cable, particularly at its NBCUniversal division.
Ford earnings and revenues beat analyst expectations on Thursday.
Southwest Airlines reported a lower-than-expected quarterly profit, hit by higher operating expenses and a 2.6-percent drop in average fares.
The delivery company says all segments contributed to a strong top line.
Although Under Armour posted its first-ever loss, it was not nearly as bad as some had feared, sending shares up sharply.
Buffalo Wild Wing's first-quarter earning miss could give hedge fund Marcato the advantage ahead of the company's proxy vote in June.
Las Vegas Sands posted better first-quarter earnings, driven by gains from its Las Vegas operations and improving trends in Macau.
PayPal reported first-quarter earnings after the bell Wednesday.
Consumer packaged goods conglomerate Procter & Gamble reported third-quarter earnings before the bell on Wednesday.
In a surprise after several quarters of disappointing results, Twitter reports better-than-expected earnings and revenue.
United Technologies reported an 17.8 percent rise in first-quarter profit, helped by higher sales in all its four business units.
PepsiCo reported a 41.6 percent jump in profit, helped by higher demand for its healthier drinks and snacks and as the company kept a tight leash on costs.
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