U.S. luxury home builder Toll Brothers said on Tuesday its quarterly profit rose 62.1 percent, as it sold more homes at higher prices.
Cloud storage provider Box reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss as it added more customers, and forecast full-year revenue estimates above analysts’ estimates.
Tiffany’s stock nose-dives after the jeweler released disappointing third-quarter sales that were hurt by weaker spending from Chinese tourists in the U.S. and Hong Kong.
Gap reported quarterly same-store sales below analysts’ estimates on Tuesday, dragged down by another weak performance in its namesake brand.
Campbell Soup reports quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts’ expectations. The soup company is locked in a proxy fight with activist firm Third Point.
Medical device maker Medtronic reported a 6 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Tuesday, helped by higher sales in its cardiac and vascular business.
Lowe’s reports quarterly earnings and revenue that beat expectations, though same-store sales were softer than anticipated and the company lowers its full-year estimates.
Target’s investments in its supply chain weighed on profits, but the retailer says it’s now “better positioned for this holiday season than ever before.”
The company, known for its brands Victoria’s Secret and Bath & Body Works, beat profit expectations.
Walmart has been making investments in its stores, online and internationally to keep pace with arguably its biggest rival of all, Amazon.
Cisco beat expectations for the fiscal first quarter and met expectations for the next quarter.
Uber’s losses have ticked up and growth has slowed from last quarter, according to the company’s self-reported financials.
Macy’s has been testing new technology and other concepts like mini marketplaces in stores to lure shoppers and grow sales.
Maersk said the effect of trade tensions could reduce global container trade between 0.5 and 2 percent during 2019 and 2020.
Blue Apron will reduce its workforce by 4 percent as the company aims to become profitable in 2019, the meal kit company announced Tuesday.
Marijuana producer Tilray reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts’ expectations on Tuesday, though total revenues fell just shy of estimates.
Tuesday marks the company’s first earnings report since debuting on the Nasdaq in October.
Home Depot reports quarterly earnings that beat analysts’ expectations and raises its sales outlook for the full year.
Dropbox stock rose more than 9 percent after the company beat estimates on third-quarter revenue and profit.
Shares of Yelp tanked more than 28 percent Thursday after the company announced its third quarter earnings report.
D.R. Horton, the largest U.S. homebuilder, said on Thursday rising home prices and higher mortgage rates were weighing on demand, particularly for expensive homes.
While Roku beat on the top and bottom lines, the company missed analyst expectations on platform revenue, which encompasses increasingly important advertising revenue.
CEO Matthew Maddox says earnings since China’s seven-day Golden Week holiday have been “choppy” during weekdays and “sporadic” on the weekends.
Qualcomm beat analysts’ expectations for fourth-quarter revenue and profit on Wednesday.
Revenue from the company’s hardware segment topped Wall Street estimates, but revenue for the platform segment fell short.
Chevron’s reported earnings of $2.11 per share, versus $2.06 per share forecast by Refinitiv.
Exxon reported earnings of $1.46 per share versus $1.23 per share forecast by Refinitiv.
TV broadcaster and media company CBS beat analysts’ estimates for third-quarter revenue and profit on Thursday, boosted by strong advertising sales and higher digital subscriptions.
Insurer MetLife reported a third-quarter profit on Thursday, compared with a year-ago loss.
Cybersecurity firm Symantec beat analysts’ estimates for second-quarter profit and revenue on Thursday, easing investor concerns following three consecutive quarters of disappointing results and forecast […]
The burger chain reported a same-store sales decline, while Wall Street had expected that key metric to grow. That news outweighed better-than-expected earnings and revenue.
Starbucks shares skyrocketed Friday morning after the company posted better-than-expected earnings and same-store sales growth during the fourth quarter.
The stock surged as much as 27 percent in the premarket but eased off a bit during the trading day.
American International Group reported a smaller quarterly loss as reinsurance pacts helped offset catastrophe losses in Japan and North America.
Shares of Kellogg are on pace for their worst day in two decades after the company slashed its full-year profit and earnings outlook on Wednesday.