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Square posted another loss after the bell Thursday in its second quarterly report since going public.
Magazine publisher Time Inc.'s quarterly revenue rose for the first time in six quarters, helped by acquisitions in its digital business.
SeaWorld Entertainment on Thursday reported a loss of $84 million in its first quarter.
Merck reported better-than-expected profit in the first quarter, driven by higher sales of its diabetes drug Januvia and heart drug Zetia.
China's biggest e-commerce company, Alibaba, said fourth-quarter revenue rose 39 percent, helped by growth in gross merchandise volume.
Tesla met Wall Street's quarterly estimates and said it moved up its 500,000 unit build target by two years because of Model 3 demand.
Whole Foods Market posted an earnings beat Wednesday on the back of record total sales for the quarter.
Time Warner reported a 2.5 percent rise in revenue, helped by higher subscription revenue at its Turner Broadcasting and Home Box Office networks.
Kate Spade's sales at established stores in the first quarter handily beat analysts' estimates due to higher demand in North America.
Royal Dutch Shell posted a sharp fall in earnings for the first three months of 2016 as the tumble in oil prices continues to take its toll.
Ab InBev reported lower than expected earnings in the first three months after what it said was one of the most challenging quarters in Brazil in years.
AIG fell nearly 2 percent after the company reported weaker-than-expected quarterly earnings.
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Pfizer reported a 19.7 percent rise in quarterly revenue, boosted by sales of its new treatments for cancer and its Hospira acquisition.
Sprint, the No.4 U.S. wireless carrier, said its quarterly revenue fell 2.5 percent as it gave big discounts to attract more subscribers.
Swiss bank UBS' wealth management business attracted strong inflows, but said it saw "abnormally low" transaction volumes in the first quarter.
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AIG missed estimates with first-quarter adjusted earnings of 65 cents per share, but continued to cut expenses.
Raymond James analyst Pavel Molchanov says the oil giant is in an unrecognizable state right now.
The free-spending e-commerce giant posted its fourth straight quarterly profit, boosted by a 28 percent rise in sales.
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