Darden posted better-than-expected fiscal first-quarter earnings, buoyed by strong sales at most of its restaurants, and a raised outlook for 2019.
Cheerios cereal maker General Mills missed analysts’ estimates for quarterly sales, hit by lower demand for its snacks and yogurts in the U.S.
FedEx’s employee compensation and other expenses weighed on results.
Broadcom forecast current-quarter revenue largely above estimates on higher demand for components that power data centers.
Dollar General’s quarterly same-store sales topped analysts’ estimates on Thursday as more customers shopped for apparel and groceries at the discount store chain.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise said it grew revenue by 3.5 percent in its fiscal third quarter.
The company’s quarterly report revealed slower billings growth, according to analysts for Rosenblatt, adding uncertainty to the second half of the year.
Shares of DSW surge after the company posted quarterly results that easily topped analyst expectations.
Best Buy’s third-quarter outlook is much lower than estimates.
Tiffany topped quarterly same-store estimates as the upscale retailer sold more jewelry in the Americas and Asia-Pacific regions.
The news overshadows a beat on earnings and revenue for the second quarter.
The maker of chip design software is benefiting from rising demand from semiconductor clients.
Revenue soared 61 percent year over year, boosted by its core e-commerce business and fast-growing cloud division, but earnings fell short expectations.
Victoria’s Secret has struggled as it has lost touch today’s consumer, who craves comfort over sultry.
Medtronic posted a better-than-expected quarterly profit, helped by higher sales in its top-selling cardiac and vascular business.
Concerns over rising costs and the impact of trade tensions between the U.S. and China weighed on shares of leading miner BHP.
Applied Materials’ disappointing forecast is adding to fears that a two-year chip boom may be losing steam.
J.C. Penney earnings report is the first since CEO Marvin Ellison stepped down amid the department store’s struggles.
JD.com, China’s second largest e-commerce firm, reported a 31.2 percent rise in second-quarter revenue on Thursday.
More shoppers flocked to Walmart stores and spent more per trip, the company says.
Cisco reported better-than-expected fiscal fourth-quarter earnings, along with strong guidance.
Macy’s is still struggling to grow sales as foot traffic dwindles at shopping malls and retailers must compete with Amazon’s powerful e-commerce platform.
The death of Kate Spade in June stoked nostalgia for the brand.
The home improvement retailer reaped the benefits of a warmer start to the summer, following a rocky spring season.
Piper Jaffray reaffirms its overweight rating for Amazon shares, citing the strength of its ad business as a big driver of the company’s profitability.
WeWork’s second-quarter sales more than doubled from a year earlier as it added new members at a quickening pace, but losses also mounted.
Dropbox’s operating chief is stepping down four years after joining the company.
Yelp shares are rallying Thursday, a day after it posted second-quarter earnings-per-share above the Wall Street consensus.
Yelp’s second-quarter results blew past Wall Street expectations, fueled by a 21 percent surge in advertising revenue.
German sportswear firm Adidas reported stronger-than-anticipated second-quarter net profit on Thursday, with the company saying it remains firmly on track to hit it’s full-year targets.
Despite the top and bottom line miss, the entertainment giant saw strong growth in its studio, parks and broadcast units.
The company’s shares fell 3.4 percent to $26 in premarket trading.
U.S. drug distributor Cardinal Health beat analyst estimates for adjusted fourth-quarter profit on Monday, supported by higher sales in its pharmaceutical and medical devices businesses.