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Tesla announces earnings on Wednesday, and eyes will still be set on the Model 3.
Co-founder and CEO James Park said better-than-expected demand led to higher sales and inventory reduction.
Square reported second-quarter results after the bell on Wednesday.
Restaurant Brands International's profit beat Wall Street estimates as its chains, which sell coffee, donuts, burgers and fried chicken, did more business.
Mondelez International on Wednesday announced it has named Dirk Van de Put as its new CEO as long-time chief Irene Rosenfeld retires.
Investors got a last look at the company's business ahead of a highly anticipated iPhone launch.
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke to CNBC's Josh Lipton following the company's earnings report on Tuesday. Here's a full transcript.
Chief financial officer Luca Maestri told analysts that $246 billion of this cash, or 94 percent of the total, was outside the United States.
Sprint on Tuesday swung to a profit for the first time in three years as it slashed costs and added subscribers, sending its shares higher.
Pfizer reported a nearly 2 percent drop in revenue, driven by lower demand for its rheumatoid arthritis treatment Enbrel and pneumonia vaccine Prevnar.
Under Armour said its board has approved a restructuring plan, "to better serve the evolving needs of the changing consumer and customer landscape."
"It's what I'd call a lame-duck quarter," Nehal Chokshi, an analyst at Maxim Group, told CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Monday.
AWS remains the King Kong of cloud.
Stock market adrenaline junkies are in luck.
Chevron on Friday reported quarterly revenues that beat Wall Street's expectations and profits that rose from a year ago.
UBS, Switzerland's biggest bank, on Friday reported 1.174 billion Swiss francs ($1.21 billion) in second-quarter net profit, up 14 percent on a year earlier.
Exxon Mobil reported earnings that fell just short of analysts expectations but nevertheless doubled from the same period last year.
U.K. lender Barclays reported a net loss of £1.21 billion ($1.58 billion) loss for the first half of 2017, hit by the fall in sterling and a charge from the mis-selling of payment protection insurance.
Credit Suisse reported second-quarter revenues that were in line with analyst estimates on Friday.
Twitter beat estimates on its top and bottom line but monthly active user growth was flat from the previous quarter.
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