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Best Buy bucked the retail trend, reporting both profit and sales that topped Wall Street’s forecasts.
HP reported mixed results, but despite a drop in revenue the stock climbed after the bell. Dominic Chu has the details.
Johnson & Johnson outlines a strategy to revive growth at its analyst meeting.
Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, reports a big earnings miss and says it has a lot of obstacles working against it.
It’s a big week for retail earnings and some of the world’s most recognizable stores are facing some very big obstacles.
Disney beat on both earnings and revenue with a big lift from the company’s theme parks.
Oil’s slide hurt Exxon’s profit, but the company’s results beat forecasts, thanks to a five-fold profit rise in its refining business.
The dollar is hammering the global pharmaceutical industry. Bertha Coombs explains what companies are doing to mitigate the impacts.
UPS, a company long regarded as an indicator of U.S. economic health, says profitability improved across all of its business segments in the first quarter.
Apple reported a blowout quarter selling more than 61 million iPhones in the first three months of the year.
It’s been a great earnings season for options traders. A few weeks ago, Goldman Sachs’ options research team looked at the historical returns that would have been yielded by a strategy of buying at-the-money call options on stocks five days before their earnings, and selling them the day after. Since a call represents the right …
There are two very different earnings stories going on in the transportation sector. Morgan Brennan explains.
Caterpillar, 3M and Procter & Gamble are sending a message to the markets about the global economy.
Brazilian oil giant Petrobras lost 26.6 billion reais ($8.8 billion) in the fourth quarter after taking a write-down of 50.8 billion reais ($16.8 billion) due to corruption and other disruptions, the company said on Wednesday, according to Reuters. Write-downs linked to a corruption scandal amounted to 6.19 billion reais (about $2 billion), while remaining losses …
Two iconic American companies, McDonald’s and Coke, are having a tough time of late, but their latest earnings reports offer a glimmer of hope for investors.