The luxury jeweler reported a better-than-expected rise in same-store sales, mainly due to strong demand in the Americas.» Read More
Oracle reported quarterly earnings and revenue that missed analysts' expectations on Thursday, sending shares lower in extended-hours trading.
June 24- Carnival Corp, the world's largest cruise operator, said its quarterly profit more than doubled as costs fell. Net income rose to $106 million, or 14 cents per share, in the second quarter ended May 31, from $41 million, or 5 cents per share, a year earlier. Excluding items, the company earned 10 cents per share.
BlackBerry reported a smaller-than-expected loss, as the smartphone company's cost cutting and other turnaround efforts started to pay off.
Red Hat raised its full-year adjusted profit and revenue forecast, helped by strong growth in subscription revenue.
FedEx's profit more than doubled from the same quarter last year, when it recorded heavy charges related to cost cutting and restructuring.
Intel raised expectations on second-quarter and full-year revenue, as well as gross margins, based on a stronger-than-expected business PC demand.
Canadian yogawear retailer Lululemon's quarterly net profit fell 60 percent as tax expenses rose.
RadioShack reported its ninth straight quarterly loss and is burning through cash as its struggles to sustain its turnaround efforts.
U.K. supermarket chain Tesco on Wednesday reported a sharp fall in first-quarter sales, hurt by price cuts and subdued consumer spending.
AT&T is boosting its full-year revenue forecast citing strong wireless trends.
Michael Kors had a rare stumble Wednesday, when its shares were at risk of falling for the first time on a day it reported earnings.
Costco reported third-quarter results below analysts' estimates hurt by an increase in merchandise costs and other expenses.
Toll Brothers, the largest U.S. luxury home builder, said quarterly profit more than doubled as it sold more homes at higher prices.
HP shares fell almost 2 percent after the results, which were unexpectedly released before market close.
Best Buy posted quarterly results that topped Wall Street expectations, but the company handed in weak same-store sales guidance.
Sears posted a bigger loss as the struggling retailer failed to arrest the fall in sales despite offering heavy discounts to woo shoppers.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman will deliver the latest look at her multi-year turnaround effort when the company reports quarterly earnings Thursday.
Target delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that fell short of analysts' expectations, although revenue surprised to the upside.
Lowe's posted quarterly earnings and revenue that missed Wall Street expectations Thursday, due in part by a lower tax rate.
Tiffany & Co reported a 13 percent rise in sales as the company's increasing focus on lower-priced jewelry attracted U.S. customers.
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