Amazon.com results were in line with Street estimates on Thursday, but its guidance came in light.» Read More
Herbalife reported earnings that missed expectations and offered a sales outlook that was well below forecasts, sending shares plunging 13 percent.
Sprint reported a loss worse than even the most pessimistic of the 15 Wall Street estimates recorded by Thomson Reuters.
American International Group posted earnings of $1.21 a share, excluding items, on revenue of $8.63 billion.
HSBC confirmed it had set aside $378m for fines relating to suspected manipulation of foreign exchange markets, amid ongoing talks with U.K. regulators.
Hotel, energy and financial services conglomerate Loews reported a 26 percent drop in quarterly profit, partly due to lower investment income.
ExxonMobil on Friday reported a 3 percent increase in quarterly profit on higher results in its refining and chemicals businesses.
Chevron reported its profit rose as lower oil prices boosted its refinery operations, helping to offset sagging results in its oil and gas production.
U.S. cleaning products maker Clorox reported better-than-expected quarterly sales and adjusted profit, helped by strong demand for household products.
Maker of Budweiser, Stella Artois and Corona said overall beer volumes fell by 2.7 percent in the July-Sept period.
AbbVie reported strong earnings on demand for its Humira drug and said it could deliver strong long-term growth without another big merger bid.
Church & Dwight on Monday reported profit of $115.9 million in its third quarter.
The company revised downward its third-quarter net income to $2.8 billion from $3.4 billion.
The coffee retailer matched Wall Street’s earnings estimates, but global comparable sales and its outlook fell shy of estimates.
GoPro reported that revenue increased 46 percent compared to the same period last year, and presented a positive outlook for the holidays.
Time Warner Cable on Thursday reported it lost more residential video customers in the third quarter than in the previous quarter.
The world's largest credit and debit card company reported quarterly earnings of $2.18 share, ex-items, topping expectations for $2.10 per share.
Panera Bread on Tuesday lowered its full-year earnings forecast as it works to speed up service at its popular bakery cafes.
Hershey cut its full-year earnings and revenue growth forecasts, citing higher dairy prices, a stronger dollar and weak sales growth in some markets.
SodaStream cut its 2014 forecasts after reporting a sharp drop in third-quarter earnings and said it would restructure to spur a return to growth.
WellPoint's profit beat expectations as the company's customer numbers grew due Medicaid growth and new subsidized individual health plans.