Amazon.com Inc reported a lower-than-expected quarterly profit on Thursday as expenses rose and the company provided a disappointing fourth-quarter revenue forecast.
The most efficient North American railroad operator reported strong profits, even as revenue and shipments go through cyclical weakness.
Abiomed's fiscal second quarter financials failed to impress investors looking for better.
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American and Southwest are raising fares by $5 each way, the latest move by airlines to reverse a price slump that has lasted nearly two years.
Google parent Alphabet Inc reported a 20.2 percent increase in quarterly revenue on Thursday, helped by robust sales of advertising on mobile devices and YouTube.
Infinera's third-quarter results came in slightly ahead of its guidance, but management projects more challenges ahead.
The automaker's executives are still upbeat about the prospects for profits in the U.S., but investors are wary.
A lackluster multiple sclerosis market highlights the biotech's need to launch into other markets.
South Korean automakers Hyundai Motor Co. and Kia Motors Corp. will pay $41.2 million to 33 states and the District of Columbia to settle an investigation into their fuel economy ratings.
Strong results for Porsche and Audi helped offset a steep drop in profit at the mass-market VW brand.
The beverage behemoth's third-quarter earnings report revealed decent organic revenue growth, and concrete progress on its business model transformation.
USA Today publisher Gannett, suffering from the ongoing print-ad declines that have hurt the broader newspaper industry, is cutting jobs as it reported a loss in its latest quarter.
Growth for key drugs including Revlimid and Otezla helped this big-cap biotech roll out impressive quarterly results today.
The core networks business continues to face weak demand as the company works to integrate Alcatel-Lucent.
Ford Motor Co and General Motors Co have worked all year to convince investors that they are no longer prisoners of the U.S. auto market cycle and have solid plans to fend off challenges from Silicon Valley interlopers.
This quick aside in Nike's earnings call hasn't gotten much attention -- but it will in the years to come, when it becomes one of the most important initiatives the company has taken on in years.
The Boeing 747 revolutionized air travel and ushered in the era of jumbo jets back in the 1970s, but these days it is often used to carry packages, not people, and its future is uncertain.
The "Un-carrier" is enjoying strong increases in revenue and profits as it takes share in the wireless industry.
The auto safety product makers organic sales growth and margins were a bit better than it had anticipated.
Vertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated Pushes Forward With Drug Combinations (and Reports Earnings, Too)
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The off-price leader continues to post strong revenue growth, but some investors have lost their faith.
It was another bad quarter for Rent-A-Center after dealing with an information systems implementation gone wrong. Its top and bottom lines declined year over year and its revenue missed estimates, again.