Amazon.com results were in line with Street estimates on Thursday, but its guidance came in light.» Read More
Starbucks raised its full-year outlook after delivering strong sales growth across the board for the third quarter. Shares rose after-hours.
Homebuilder PulteGroup's second-quarter profit missed analysts' expectation on increased expenses. Meanwhile, rival D.R. Horton reported a better-than-expected profit.
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3M posts a slightly higher quarterly profit, helped by revenue increases across most of its business lines, and raises the number of shares it expects to buy back this year.
McGraw Hill Financial posted an 18 percent rise in quarterly profit as it earned more from a surge in corporate debt issuances and its Dow Jones indices.
Dunkin' Brands may bring "some smaller stores" to California before opening its first major franchises there in more than a decade, CEO Nigel Travis told CNBC.
Satellite radio provider Sirius XM Radio posted second-quarter revenue Thursday that beat estimates, as it added more than 700,000 subscribers.
General Motors on Thursday posted a stronger-than-expected quarterly profit on strong demand in North America and cost-cutting in its struggling European business.
Southwest Airlines Chairman and CEO Gary Kelly told CNBC he's thankful there were only minor injuries as a result of Monday's hard landing.
Mobile-chip maker Qualcomm raised its 2013 profit outlook, giving its stock a boost, even as its current-quarter revenue estimate missed Wall Street expectations.
Discount brokerage E*Trade Financial reported a quarterly loss because of an impairment charge of $142 million to account for its surprise exit from market making.
Facebook reported second-quarter earnings and revenue that beat Wall Street forecasts on growing mobile ad revenues, sending shares surging in late trading.
Visa reported earnings and revenue that beat market expectations. Shares rose.
Wall Street cheered Apple's rally following the upbeat quarterly report, but analysts remain hesitant to say this could be the turning point for the tech giant's bruised stock.
Earnings season thus far has been steady as she goes: A healthy amount of beats against dramatically lowered expectations, coupled with virtually no sales growth.
Nasdaq OMX Group reported a lower second-quarter profit, mainly due to acquisition costs related to the closing of two deals by the transatlantic exchange operator.
Why are we at new highs, with mediocre earnings, and global economic weakness? I keep getting asked this question, and it just won't go away.
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Caterpillar reported a lower quarterly profit on Wednesday and cut its outlook for full-year earnings.
PepsiCo posted better-than-expected earnings, and its CFO took a dig at Nelson Peltz's call for the company to cast off its soft drinks operations and buy Mondelez.