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GE posted a rise in profit, helped by its units selling power-generating turbines and jet engines, although sales in its oil and gas unit slumped.
McDonald's reported a smaller-than-expected fall in sales and announced its lowest capital spending budget in more than five years.
Honeywell reported better-than-expected profit, on higher sales at its division that makes sensors, safety systems and air conditioning equipment.
State Street on Friday reported fourth-quarter net income of $544 million.
Kimberly-Clark forecast a decline in net sales for 2015 due to a stronger dollar and weaker demand for its core products.
Bank Of New York Mellon on Friday reported fourth-quarter net income of $831 million.
Kansas City Southern on Friday reported fourth-quarter earnings of $141 million.
Rockwell Collins on Friday reported fiscal first-quarter net income of $167 million.
Sony Corp said it was delaying the official submission of its third-quarter results due to the massive cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment
Starbucks matched Wall Street's quarterly earnings and revenue expectations, but its full-year guidance came in light on Thursday.
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Verizon's revenue rose due to higher net addition of postpaid subscribers and a rise in average revenue per account.
Southwest Airlines on Thursday reported profit that beat analysts' expectations and projected significant savings from the cascading cost of fuel.
KeyCorp on Thursday reported fourth-quarter net income of $248 million.
BB&T on Thursday reported fourth-quarter profit of $594 million.
Union Pacific on Thursday reported fourth-quarter profit of $1.41 billion.
The Travelers Cos. on Thursday reported fourth-quarter earnings of $1.04 billion.
American Express said it would cut more than 4,000 jobs this year and reported quarterly revenue that beat expectations.
EBay reported mixed quarterly earnings and revenue on Wednesday and announced plans to cut some 2,400 positions, or about 7 percent of its workforce.
BTIG media and tech analyst Rich Greenfield told CNBC that Netflix has full control over its pricing power.
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