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Luxury stocks sold off on Friday after LVMH results disappointed and concerns over a slowdown in Asia continued to worry investors.
Gannett, publisher of USA Today, reported a 24 percent rise in quarterly revenue as television broadcasting revenue more than doubled.
Aetna raised its 2015 forecast for operating earnings after enrollment increased 6 percent last year.
The New York Times Co. reported fourth-quarter net income of $34.9 million.
U.S. agribusiness Archer Daniels Midland reported higher earnings as a record-large U.S. harvest boosted grain volumes and supported strong exports.
Oil prices may remain at $50 per barrel "for some time," the CEO of BP told CNBC, after the supermajor reported a impairment charge of $3.6 billion.
Despite the plunge in oil prices, ExxonMobil posted earnings that easily topped expectations, though revenue fell slightly short.
MasterCard reported a better-than-expected profit for the holiday shopping quarter as customers swiped their cards more often.
The maker of Barbie dolls posted its fifth straight fall in worldwide quarterly sales.
Despite falling short in the third quarter, analysts remain bullish on Deckers' long-term prospects.
Chevron reported fourth-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Friday.
Eli Lilly has been on a roller-coaster ride in the wake of patent expirations, CEO John Lechleiter tells CNBC.
Xerox reported a slightly better-than-expected quarterly profit as expenses declined 4 percent.
Tyson Foods on Friday reported fiscal first-quarter net income of $309 million.
U.S. drugmaker AbbVie's revenue beat analysts' estimates for the fourth straight quarter as sales of arthritis drug Humira jumped nearly 11 percent.
Simon Property on Friday reported a key measure of profitability in its fourth quarter. The results matched Wall Street expectations.
Analysts are predicting Standard & Poor's 500 companies will see no earnings growth at all in the first quarter of 2015. Here's why.
Google blamed currency and hardware issues for its revenue miss, but remained optimistic about its core business.
Amazon issued earnings of 45 cents a share, smashing Wall Street's expectations of 17 cents.
Alibaba's stock plunges after the Chinese e-commerce giant reported quarterly revenue that fell short of expectations.