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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.
GM should post big numbers later this year, thanks largely to a wave of new models hitting U.S. showrooms. But that's only part of the storyline.
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.
Ford Motor, reported better-than-expected second quarter earnings, as strong U.S. pickup truck demand and growing sales in China offset narrowing losses in Europe.
Northrop Grumman reported quarterly earnings and revenue that surpassed analysts' expectations on Wednesday.
The chief executive of GlaxoSmithKline said the allegations of bribery and corruption in China were "deeply disappointing," as the company reported second-quarter results.
Apple reported fiscal third-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analyst forecasts on strong iPhone shipments, sending shares higher in late trading. But fourth-quarter sales guidance fell short.
Video game publisher Electronic Arts reported revenue that beat market expectations on Tuesday.
Panera Bread reported quarterly earnings and revenue that fell short of analysts' expectations on Tuesday.
AT&T reported quarterly revenue that beat market expectation, but earnings missed by one cent.
When Facebook reports its second-quarter earnings Wednesday, the big question will be how well it's growing its mobile revenue—an issue that dragged its post-IPO performance.
Despite all the headlines about issues with the 787, the steady increase in production and deliveries underlines the strength in commercial planes.
DuPont chief Ellen Kullman is being tight-lipped about Nelson Peltz's investment in the company, telling CNBC she had not spoken with the activist investor.
The Street consensus is for the automaker to earn $0.37 share on revenue of $35.24 billion, but analysts are already whispering to expect more in Wednesday's earnings reports.
CIT Group reported a profit that edged past analysts' estimates as debt-servicing costs fell and its banking unit posted strong loan growth.
UPS posted a smaller quarterly profit as customers, especially on international routes, chose slower, cheaper shipping services.
Lockheed Martin share prices rise after the defense company posts better-than-expected earnings of $2.64 a share.
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