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Despite all the headlines about issues with the 787, the steady increase in production and deliveries underlines the strength in commercial planes.
DuPont chief Ellen Kullman is being tight-lipped about Nelson Peltz's investment in the company, telling CNBC she had not spoken with the activist investor.
The Street consensus is for the automaker to earn $0.37 share on revenue of $35.24 billion, but analysts are already whispering to expect more in Wednesday's earnings reports.
CIT Group reported a profit that edged past analysts' estimates as debt-servicing costs fell and its banking unit posted strong loan growth.
UPS posted a smaller quarterly profit as customers, especially on international routes, chose slower, cheaper shipping services.
Lockheed Martin share prices rise after the defense company posts better-than-expected earnings of $2.64 a share.
Wendy's reported a profit that was above expectations and said it is selling 425 restaurants to franchisees, while Domino's Pizza posted a profit that also topped estimates.
Travelers reported quarterly earnings that beat Wall Street's expectations, as the company saw fewer catastrophic losses.
United Technologies, the largest maker of elevators and air conditioners, reported higher net income, helped mostly by its buyout of aircraft parts manufacturer Goodrich.
Netflix reported earnings that beat expectations as it added streaming-video subscribers, though not as many as analysts had expected. Shares fell after-hours.
Texas Instruments reported second-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street forecasts, sending the shares higher in after-hours trading.
Here are the main things to look for in Apple's earnings report, which is expected to move the stock.
Gannett reported higher broadcast and digital revenue on Monday, but it could not push total revenue higher because of declines in newspaper advertising.
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.
Companies that generate most of their sales in the U.S. had better revenue growth in the second quarter, and that trend that could continue to be evident next week, when about a third of the S&P 500 companies report.
Fresh on the heels of 14 Emmy nominations, the company is expected to show a revenue increase and earnings-per-share growth when it reports Monday after the bell.
General Electric posted a decline in profit and revenue on weakness in its finance unit, but its order book rose, sending shares up 2.4 percent in early trading.
Intuitive Surgical shares fell more than 11 percent after the company slashed its 2013 sales forecast due to disappointing demand for its da Vinci surgical robots and procedures.
Tech giants Google and Microsoft are tumbling in after-hours trading after both companies missed Wall Street forecasts for the second quarter.