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The California-based company reported a loss on Thursday, though it was not as bad as analysts expected.
Twitter reports revenue that missed expectations and issues guidance that fell far short of estimates.
The automaker earned $1.28 per share in the fourth quarter on revenue of $43.91 billion.
Packages may have made it under the tree in time for Christmas this year, but UPS failed to deliver for investors.
Heavy promotions, high inventory levels and the ripple effects of Sports Authority’s bankruptcy all weighed on the company’s results.
Under Armour says CFO Chip Molloy is leaving for personal reasons. It did not elaborate.
Caterpillar delivered earnings that topped Wall Street’s expectations on Thursday, but its revenue fell short.
McDonald’s turnaround efforts started to show results, especially in markets outside the U.S.
Citigroup on Wednesday reported a quarterly profit $1.14 a share on revenue of $17.012 billion.
Fourth quarter earnings have generally been above expectations. But 2016 wasn’t exactly a banner year for earnings.
Wal-Mart’s U.S. comparable sales came in just shy of what analysts were expecting, at 1.2 percent growth.
Shares of Hertz plummeted Tuesday after the car rental company posted weak quarterly earnings and cut its outlook for the year.
CEO Jeff Bewkes says success with its cable networks, CNN’s election coverage and films contributed to the strong quarter.
The tech giant’s stock fall shaved off 30 points on the Dow, which briefly fell 100 points shortly after the open.
Whirlpool, Masco and Sherwin-Williams have all slid on bad earnings news. Is this painting a bearish picture for housing as a whole?