CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on high profile earnings misses, and how the stocks are reacting.» Read More
JPMorgan Chase swung to a loss in the third quarter, as a raft of legal and regulatory problems forced the U.S.'s largest bank to pay more than $9 billion in charges.
Judging by second-quarter earnings, the energy resurgence sweeping the world's largest economy is benefiting everyone except the largest U.S. oil and gas producers.
Chevron posted a decline in quarterly profit on Friday after maintenance work and a fall in oil prices knocked global oil and gas production.
Exxon Mobil said net income fell 57 percent in the second quarter, while Royal Dutch Shell said it significantly wrote down the value of its shale oil fields.
Will ExxonMobil's exploration and production drought continue? That's the most pressing question facing the company ahead of second-quarter earnings.
The online travel agency reported earnings and revenue that missed market expectations on Thursday.
Starbucks raised its full-year outlook after delivering strong sales growth across the board for the third quarter. Shares rose after-hours.
Satellite radio provider Sirius XM Radio posted second-quarter revenue Thursday that beat estimates, as it added more than 700,000 subscribers.
Mobile-chip maker Qualcomm raised its 2013 profit outlook, giving its stock a boost, even as its current-quarter revenue estimate missed Wall Street expectations.
Visa reported earnings and revenue that beat market expectations. Shares rose.
Light sales in Europe and Asia dragged on McDonald's earnings and revenue, the fast food giant reported on Monday, as the company fell short of Wall Street's expectations.
JPMorgan reported a 31 percent rise in quarterly profit as trading revenue rebounded and the biggest U.S. bank by assets avoided another "London Whale" derivatives loss.
Nike reported earnings and revenue that beat Wall Street forecasts on Thursday, helped by easing materials costs and strong North American sales. The stock shot higher in after-hours trading.
Gap falls despite better-than=expected earnings, with Roxanne Meyer, UBS, and John Morris, BMO Capital Markets.
Dell reported earnings that fell far shy of market forecasts but revenue came in better than expected. Shares were little changed after-hours.
Dell earnings are expected to come in below Wall Street's expectations, sources told CNBC. On Tuesday, the company said it will move up its earnings announcement to Thursday.
Sony is posting its first annual profit in five years. Daniel Ernst, Hudson Square Research Inc, weighs in.
Disney reported earnings and revenue that beat Wall Street expectations for the latest quarter, on strength in its parks and recreation and studio businesses. Shares rose after hours.
All eyes will be on markets, earnings and the consumer tomorrow, with Cliff Davis, BNP Paribas; Damon Barglow, Rockland Trust; and David Seaburg, Cowen & Co.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports LinkedIn's latest numbers.