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Hewlett Packard delivered quarterly earnings that surpassed analysts' expectations on Tuesday, but revenue came in light of expectations.
Department store chain Macy's reported a 2 percent rise in sales in the holiday shopping quarter, falling short of analysts' estimates.
Bank earnings dropped 7.3 percent as a few big banks incurred increased costs to settle legal cases and the industry had declines in mortgage income.
Comcast, the largest U.S. cable operator, posted higher fourth-quarter revenue as it added new video and high-speed Internet customers.
Home Depot reported a jump in quarterly profit, but warned the strong dollar would weigh on full-year results.
Dish Network's current CEO will be replaced by company founder Charlie Ergen on March 31.
Deere first-quarter profit dropped and cut its full-year profit forecast as lower corn prices and weak farm income weighed on demand.
The move ensures hourly workers will earn at least $1.75 above today's federal minimum wage, or $9 per hour, in April.
Groupon delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that surpassed analysts' expectations on Thursday.
Global miner Anglo American took a $3.9 billion writedown after commodity prices tumbled, and it warned of more headwinds.
British engineer Rolls-Royce warned that profit could come in as much as 14 percent lower this year, citing oil price uncertainty.
ArcelorMittal reported profit that beat in the third quarter and said improvements in its steel businesses had offset weak mining operations.
CBS topped analyst estimates on its fourth-quarter earnings and revenue.
AIG reported quarterly profit that missed Wall Street expectations.
Tesla reported a loss of 13 cents per share—analysts had expected profits of 31 cents per share.
Cisco shares were up nearly 5 percent in extended trading after the company beat Wall Street expectations for earnings and revenue.
Whole Foods delivered quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Wednesday, while sales figures were in line.
"There's definitely an FX effect," AOL boss Tim Armstrong tells CNBC, but adds the impact on company earnings has not been that severe.
PepsiCo reported a better-than-expected profit, helped by higher sales of Frito-Lay snacks, and said it would buy back up to $12 billion shares.
Time Warner reported a better-than-expected profit, helped by fees for channels offered by its Turner Broadcasting and Home Box Office units.