The five giants of U.S. technology are slated to report quarterly results next week. Investors are surprisingly skeptical.» Read More
What have we learnt from the recent reporting flurry? Societe Generale has put together a list of conclusions to be drawn from this earnings season.
Dollar Tree reported a 2.6 percent fall in quarterly profit as costs increased.
HP reported quarterly revenue that topped projections as it works through an internal overhaul aimed at cutting costs.
Target reported a drop in profit and cut its full-year forecast as it resorts to price cuts to win over shoppers unnerved by a massive data breach.
Lowe's delivered second-quarter earnings that topped Wall Street's expectations, but the retailer trimmed its outlook for full-year sales growth.
Home Depot reported a 5.7 percent rise in quarterly sales as customers spent more on home repairs after a severe North American winter.
The stronger-than-expected quarterly results have some analysts convinced that the retailer's turnaround is finally taking hold.
Wal-Mart reported a 2.8 percent rise in sales, but U.S. same-store sales failed to show growth again.
Cisco delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that surpassed analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
Macy's reported quarterly earnings that missed analysts' expectations and said the full year would be weaker than expected.
King Digital Entertainment reported quarterly earnings of 59 cents per share on $594 million in revenue on Tuesday.
Zynga's shares plunged after it said its net profit for the second-quarter broke even, in line with estimates, but bookings revenue missed.
Twenty-First Century Fox reported a rise in quarterly revenue, helped by the box office success of films and growth in its cable network business.
Time Warner beat quarterly profit estimates, but the news failed to prevent its shares from tumbling more than 10 percent.
AOL reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, helped by a 60 percent jump in advertising revenue in its third-party platform.
The Walt Disney Co. reported earnings of $1.28 per share on revenue of $12.47 billion.
With earnings from Time Warner and Twenty-First Century Fox this week, investors will be listening for what the reports mean for a potential deal.
Time reported a 1.6 percent fall in quarterly revenue, hurt by a fall in subscription revenue and newsstand sales.
Target warned of higher expenses related to its data breach on Tuesday and cut its second-quarter profit outlook.
Coach reported better-than-expected revenue, helped by a 7 percent rise in sales of its clothes, shoes, and handbags in international markets.
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