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Honeywell posts third-quarter adjusted earnings of $1.67 per share on revenue of $9.8 billion.
McDonald’s reports better-than-expected earnings thanks to improved operating measures and rising sales.
The bank posted earnings of 41 cents a share on revenue of $21.64 billion.
Market watchers are looking past earnings season, predicting upticks in emerging markets, health care, and, finally, rates.
Shares of apparel retailer Chico’s FAS popped more than 12 percent in intraday trade Wednesday after better-than-expected earnings.
Abercrombie’s designs and marketing will now focus on its shopper’s “best self and inner confidence.”
It wasn’t long ago that Amazon was considered to be the death knell for Best Buy’s business. That’s no longer the case.
Same-store sales in Wal-Mart’s U.S. division grew 1.6 percent, an acceleration from the first quarter’s 1 percent lift.
Citing a “difficult” retail environment, Target lowers its guidance for the full year.
Home Depot CEO Craig Menear said revenue from its so-called Pro customers grew at a faster rate than the company average.
Analysts had expected the firm to raise its outlook, due to what they considered a more modest impact from The Sports Authority liquidation.
Home Depot Tuesday reported earnings and revenue that fell roughly in line with Wall Street’s estimates.
Shares of technology companies Apple and Twitter diverged Wednesday as Apple rose Twitter was down after both companies reported quarterly earnings.
Netflix could have a future goldmine in potential distribution rights revenue for its original shows.
Home Depot reported a 9 percent rise in quarterly sales, saying that inconsistent weather drove demand across the board.