GoPro (GPRO) lost an adjusted 52 cents per share for its latest quarter, 6 cents wider than estimates, though revenue did beat forecasts. The action video camera maker also reaffirmed its prior full-year forecast, despite waning demand for its products.
Groupon (GRPN) posted a quarterly loss of a penny per share, smaller than the expected 2 cent loss. The daily deals firm saw revenue beat forecasts. Groupon also increased its 2016 revenue and earnings forecasts as it adds new customers.
Cheesecake Factory (CAKE) reported quarterly profit that beat estimates but revenue that missed, as same-store sales grew by a lower than expected 0.3 percent. The restaurant chain increased its dividend by 20 percent and expanded its stock buyback.
Marriott (MAR) earned an adjusted $1.03 per share for the second quarter, 5 cents above estimates, with revenue matching forecasts. The hotel chain said slower economic growth did impact its results, but it's still seeing solid demand among both leisure and business travelers.
AstraZeneca (AZN) saw second-quarter profit drop by almost a third, as generic competition weighs on sales of its best-selling Crestor cholesterol treatment. The drugmaker previously said it plans to cut costs to devote more resources to cancer drugs.
Diageo (DEO) reported a drop in annual profit due to currency volatility, but the maker of Smirnoff vodka and other spirits brand said business was rebounding strongly in the second half of its fiscal year. It expects this to continue into the new year.