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Christine Short of Estimize takes a look at five companies with the biggest negative revisions ahead of this week’s earnings.
21st Century Fox reported quarterly earnings that met analyst expectations, but revenue that fell short of estimates.
Tableau reported fourth-quarter earnings that beat estimates on Thursday, but the stock plummeted double digits in after-hours trading.
LinkedIn said it projects first-quarter revenue of around $820 million, but Wall Street had expected about $868.3 million.
The global media company posted mixed results on Thursday, citing foreign currency fluctuations and lower print advertising revenues.
The wearable camera maker's sales fell 31 percent from the previous year and its guidance for the current quarter missed expectations.
Yum said China system sales increased 7 percent — with 7 percent unit growth and a 2 percent rise in same-store sales.
Shares of Buffalo Wild Wings wavered in after-hours trading on Wednesday.
Comcast posted better-than-expected revenue, driven by growth in its media and entertainment unit NBCUniversal.
GM rode sales of SUVs and pickup trucks to a record profit in 2015, and the automaker reaffirmed its expectation to do better this year.
Merck reported a 2.5 percent fall in quarterly revenue, hurt by a strong dollar and declining sales of its Remicade arthritis treatment.
Yahoo also posted quarterly results in line with analysts' expectations, reporting adjusted earnings of 13 cents per share.
Gilead reported quarterly earnings and revenue on Tuesday that beat analysts' expectations, boosted by sales of its drugs in Japan.
Chipotle posted quarterly results that were mixed, but shares fell amid news that the company is now the subject of broader criminal investigation.
Shares of Michael Kors surged after the company reported sales and profits that easily topped Wall Street expectations.
Exxon reported a steep drop in earnings as low oil prices hurt results at the world's largest publicly traded oil company.
United Parcel Service on Tuesday reported quarterly earnings that topped analysts' expectations, but revenue came in light.
Amazon missed Wall Street's expectations for profitability even as its key cloud computing business continued to grow rapidly.
Amgen boosted guidance after it beat on fourth-quarter earnings, helped by sales of its rheumatoid arthritis drug Enbrel.
Investors are particularly enthusiastic about Microsoft's future business — the company reported deferred revenue well above expectations.