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Despite beating the street by a penny and reporting earnings that were above estimates, Tesla shares were slammed in after-hours trading.
Toyota has hiked its full-year net profit by 13 percent, citing a weaker yen that makes its exports more profitable, the Japanese automaker said on Wednesday.
A jump in advertising sales powered AOL's third quarter results past Wall Street's expectations, the company said on Tuesday.
Kellogg says it plans to trim its global workforce by 7 percent, with the breakfast foods maker citing weaker-than-expected sales for the year.
HSBC reported third-quarter underlying profit before tax of $5.06 billion in the third quarter, a rise of ten percent year-on-year.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway posted a 29% jump in third-quarter profit, but operating results fell short of analyst forecasts.
Chevron says net income fell 6 percent in the third quarter as weak refining results offset higher oil and gas production.
MasterCard reported earnings that topped expectations, a day after larger rival Visa posted lower profit, mainly due to a tax provision.
ExxonMobil reported higher-than-expected results as output rose for the first time in more than two years. Refining weakness hurt profit.
Facebook reported earnings and revenue that beat market expectations and shares are flat after hours.
Marriott and Hyatt reported stronger-than-expected profits as a rebound in U.S. business travel boosted hotel occupancy and room rates.
Starbucks reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Wednesday, but revenue came in line.
Comcast posted a drop in earnings that was milder than expected as its NBCUniversal media subsidiary overcame the absence of Olympics programming.
General Motors also reported a third-quarter profit margin of 9.3 percent in North America—the highest in two years.
General Motors posted a better-than-expected quarterly profit on strong results in its core North American market and a smaller loss in Europe.
The networking giant reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat market expectations on Tuesday.
Analysts expect the company to increase its revenue 51 percent to $1.91 billion, while its earnings-per-share are projected to grow 54 percent to 18 cents.
BP's forecast beat analysts' estimates, it hiked its dividend, and promised to sell more assets and return the proceeds to shareholders.
Pfizer reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Tuesday, but it lowered its guidance for its full-year guidance.
Herbalife reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations and revenue that was in line.
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