Amazon.com posted a loss that was wider than Wall Street expectations Thursday, sending shares lower in extended-hours trading.» Read More
BlackBerry reported a quarterly loss, as smartphone sales continued to slide across all regions.
Lululemon Athletica forecast lower-than-expected current-quarter results, after posting a profit that was almost unchanged from a year earlier.
GameStop reported a 3.4 percent rise in fourth-quarter revenue, driven by demand for new game consoles from Sony and Microsoft.
Darden Restaurants reported earnings that met expectations, as the company reported sales declines at its Red Lobster and Olive garden chains.
Tiffany reported a loss in the fourth quarter, due primarily to losing an arbitration ruling involving The Swatch Group.
Nike reported third-quarter earnings of 76 cents per share on revenue of $6.97 billion, outpacing Street estimates.
As winter fades to spring so will the ability of companies to keep using the weather as an excuse for weak performance.
FedEx reported lower-than-expected results for the holiday quarter and gave a fiscal-year profit forecast below Wall Street estimates.
Oracle posted higher revenue and profit that failed to satisfy investors looking for signs of a sustained turnaround. Its shares fell about 4 percent.
Adobe Systems forecast profit and revenue above analysts' estimates, citing strong demand for its Creative Cloud suite and digital marketing software.
H&R Block is blaming a delay in the opening of the Internal Revenue Service's e-file system for a huge shortfall in its third-quarter revenue.
Costco Wholesale's profit fell 15 percent, missing estimates, hurt by weaker gross margins in its fresh-food business and some non-foods merchandises.
Staples forecast a fall in quarterly sales and said it would close up to 225 stores in North America by 2015.
RadioShack said it will close up to 1,100 U.S. stores after a huge drop in sales during the holidays.
While earnings topped expectations, sales were under some pressure and revenue fell short. Meanwhile, the company reaffirmed its forecast for 2014.
Kate Spade intends to remain focused on its core product line, CEO Craig Leavitt says.
Target's profit almost halved in the holiday quarter as it dealt with the fallout of a data breach and warned that it could hurt future profits.
Lowe's reported strong sales growth, showing that the No. 2 U.S. home improvement retailer was closing in on market leader Home Depot.
Wal-Mart forecast a lower full-year profit than analysts expect, as fewer food stamps, higher taxes and tighter credit erode its sales.
Coca-Cola reported quarterly earnings matched analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
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