Shares of sports retailers soared on Friday after Foot Locker, Shoe Carnival, and Hibbett Sports reported better-than-expected quarterly profits. » Read More
By: Thomas Franck
Shares of Foot Locker spiked 30 percent Friday after the shoe retailer posted stronger earnings, on track for its best day since 1977. » Read More
Abercrombie & Fitch posted quarterly same-store sales growth after more than a year of declines and forecast robust sales for the holiday quarter. » Read More
By: Lauren Thomas
Wal-Mart reports strong growth online, with e-commerce sales growing 50 percent in the fiscal third quarter. » Read More
Earnings per share, excluding certain items, came in at $1.23 on $8.39 billion in revenue.
Travelers reported a 16.6 percent fall in net profit as its net investment income was hurt due to low interest rates and a slump in oil prices.
Goldman Sachs profit slumped for the third straight quarter as a settlement of crisis-era claims ate into earnings in a tumultuous three months.
The company said its strategic businesses like cloud and analytics have grown to represent more than a third of its revenue.
The video streaming company easily topped expectations for international net subscriber growth but missed slightly on U.S. subscribers.
Bank of America reported a 9.8 percent rise in profit for the final quarter of the year, helped by lower expenses.
Morgan Stanley reported a fourth-quarter profit, compared with a year-earlier loss, as its legal costs plunged and compensation expenses fell.
UnitedHealth reported a 30 percent rise in quarterly revenue, helped by strength in its Optum pharmacy benefit management business.
Shares of Citigroup fall sharply despite a better-than-expected quarterly earnings beat.
Wells Fargo posted mixed quarterly results, as profit slightly beat expectations but sales failed to top Wall Street's estimates.
BlackRock on Friday reported quarterly profit that was weaker than analysts expected, due to higher compensation costs.
The technology company's earnings easily topped expectations, but its data center revenue came in lower than expected.
Alcoa marked the unofficial start of earnings season by beating earnings expectations but falling just short of revenue projections.
Drugmaker Eli Lilly revised its 2015 earnings estimate lower and forecast 2016 earnings of $2.92 to $3.02 per share.
Sony warned of a much-deeper-than-expected loss and said it would not pay a dividend this year after it was hit by a $1.7 billion impairment charge.
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