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Lockheed Martin reported a 15.7 percent rise in sales, helped by the acquisition of Sikorsky Aircraft and higher sales of its F-35 fighter jets.
"By far the biggest contributor to my success has been my ability to recruit and retain great people around me," Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff says.
Diversified manufacturer 3M reported a higher-than-expected 6.6 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by lower costs.
Facebook is developing a camera app, similar to disappearing photo app Snapchat, to increase user engagement, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Home prices in 20 U.S. metropolitan cities continued to rise in February, though gains are moderating in a number of urban areas.
JetBlue reported a profit above analysts' estimates as cheap fuel and revenue from bag fees and first-class seats added to its bottom line.
The drop in used car prices may actually be saying something positive about the overall economy.
Regulators will impose conditions meant to protect online video services as they back Charter's bid to buy Time Warner Cable.
Coach, which has been trying to regain its cachet in the luxury handbag market, reported its first growth in quarterly profit in three years.
Spirit Airlines reported profit above analysts' estimates, as cheap fuel and revenue from bag and other fees added to its bottom line.
Eli Lilly reports lower-than-expected earnings due largely to heavy spending on research.
Advisers to the FDA voted on Monday not to recommend approval of possibly the first drug for Duchenne muscular dystrophy, the New York Times reports.
Onetime presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina is being vetted as a potential vice presidential running mate for Sen. Ted Cruz, an aide confirmed.
The ex-Citigroup chair and his family foundation have donated $185M to the UCSF to establish the UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences.
Analysts have mixed expectations from Twitter's quarterly earnings report, but long-term expectations appear brighter.
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