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Dominic Chu reports on the one key takeaway from FedEx’s latest quarterly report.
CEO Bob Iger has repeatedly defended the business, previously telling CNBC that the company is “confident in ESPN’s future” and believes “live sports is still a huge driver of consumption.”
Michael Kors recently revealed plans to buy London-based shoemaker Jimmy Choo for $1.2 billion, hoping to grow its luxury portfolio.
Shares of Cal-Maine Foods dove 7 percent on Monday after the company reported its first annual loss in more than ten years.
The drop in revenue came as weakness in GE’s energy connections business offset gains in renewables and power units.
GameStop CEO Paul Raines says the company is looking to collectibles and telecommunications for future growth.
Wal-Mart reported fiscal first-quarter earnings before the bell Thursday that beat Street estimates, but revenue fell short.
So far this earnings season, the less a U.S. company is exposed to America, the better its results.
Consumer packaged goods conglomerate Procter & Gamble reported third-quarter earnings before the bell on Wednesday.
Caterpillar CEO Jim Umpleby says its strong results stemmed from improved operational performance and cost cutting.
JPMorgan Chase reported first-quarter earnings on Thursday. Here’s how the company fared against analysts’ expectations.
The bank’s shares were down more than 2 percent in premarket trading following the bank’s announcement.
PNC’s stock jumped after the bank reported earnings and revenue that beat Wall Street’s expectations.
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.