"It looks like it's an operating beat, but they got there probably like no one thought they would," Raymond James analyst Anthony Polini told CNBC.» Read More
Tech giants Google and Microsoft are tumbling in after-hours trading after both companies missed Wall Street forecasts for the second quarter.
Wall Street's tempered expectations for Apple this earnings season may actually be a good thing.
Verizon Communications quarterly earnings and revenue rose on strong wireless subscriber growth at its Verizon Wireless venture with Vodafone Group.
Equity sales, underwriting and wealth management helped power Morgan Stanley to a 42 percent jump in second-quarter profit, the firm announced on Thursday.
Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman & CEO, discusses the company's quarterly results and shares his thoughts on fuel efficiency and franchise acquisitions.
UnitedHealth reported quarterly earnings that surpassed analysts' expectations on Thursday.
Brian White, Topeka Capital Markets, breaks down the play on the tech giant's mixed results.
Kelly King, BB&T chairman & CEO, discusses how the yield curve is impacting the mortgage business and weighs in on the commercial and retail banking space.
American Express beat Wall Street earnings expectations for the second quarter, as the company's members spent more.
Ebay's stock dropped after the company reported second quarter earnings in line with analysts' expectations, but offered weaker guidance for the third quarter.
Intel's margins improved but the chip giant cut its full-year revenue forecast amid slumping PC sales and a shift toward tablets and smartphones. Shares fell after-hours.
IBM reported second-quarter earnings Wednesday that exceeded analyst expectations, sending shares up more than 3 percent.
Bank of America, the second-biggest U.S. bank by assets, reported a better-than-expected 70 percent jump in second-quarter profit, helped partly by lower operating expenses.
Yahoo beat on earnings but its revenue outlook fell short. Mayer was upbeat about the company's progress but analysts said there's still a lot of work to do.
Johnson & Johnson reported higher-than-expected earnings as strong sales of prescription drugs and medical devices more than offset anemic growth of its consumer products.
Goldman Sachs Group quarterly profit doubled as the bank made more money trading bonds before an interest-rate spike hit markets in June.
Coca-Cola reported earnings Tuesday that were in line with expectations, though the company's CEO said in a statement that he "was not happy with our performance."
Citigroup reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations on Monday.
UPS estimated second-quarter profit below analysts' expectations, hurt by overcapacity in the global air freight market and a slowing U.S. industrial economy.
Wells Fargo, the biggest U.S. mortgage lender, reported a 20 percent rise in second-quarter profit on Friday as it set aside less money to cover bad loans.
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