Molson Coors Brewing reported lower profit and revenue for its fourth quarter, hurt by lower earnings in its MillerCoors venture and declining beer volumes.
PepsiCo reported better-than-expected quarterly net revenue, as higher sales of snacks and beverages in North America helped reduce the impact of a strong dollar.
Finland's Nokia reported better-than-expected profits for its mainstay telecom network equipment business but warned that rollouts for new mobile networks would start to slow this year in its most vital market China.
Whole Foods Market Inc. said profit declined in its latest quarter as the natural-and-organic grocer continues to try to reinvigorate sales and manage costs.
After a rocky debut, World Wrestling Entertainment’s fledgling streaming service finally hit its stride in 2015. Analysts are optimistic about the company’s long-term outlook as it prepares to announce fourth-quarter earnings results before the market opens on Thursday.
Twitter Inc's average monthly active users stalled in the fourth quarter - the first flat quarter sequentially since the company listed in 2013.
Last year was less than stellar for Whole Foods (NASDAQ:WFM) thanks to increased competition, a pricing debacle in New York and a layoffs announcement.
Tesla Motors Inc reported a quarterly loss for the eleventh straight quarter as higher sales of its Model S sedans failed to offset rising costs.
Wall Street has taken a more bearish tone on Tesla amid worries over cheap gas and whether the electric car maker can boost production.
Media company Walt Disney Co reported a 13.8 percent jump in quarterly revenue, driven by the blockbuster release of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens".
Viacom said profit in its latest quarter slid, hurt by weak performances in both its film and cable-networks segments.
Coca-Cola. on Tuesday reported better-than-expected profit and revenue for its fourth quarter, as higher volume and pricing helped offset the impact of weakness abroad.
CVS Health reported higher profit and revenue in its fourth quarter, as recent acquisitions and strength in its pharmacy-services business continue to drive growth.
Sears Holdings reported a 7.1 percent drop in sales at established stores during the holiday quarter compared with a year earlier, and said it would speed up closures of unprofitable stores in the next few months.
Burger chain Wendy's estimated a 4.7 percent fall in fourth-quarter revenue, as it sold more restaurants to franchisees.
Twenty-First Century Fox Inc reported lower-than-expected quarterly adjusted revenue, hurt by a fall in sales in its filmed entertainment division.
Yelp Inc. on Monday said its chief financial officer was leaving as it reported another quarterly loss, driven by higher spending.
Hasbro's quarterly revenue jumped 12.8 percent, helped by strong holiday demand for toys based on "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and "Jurassic World" movies, which were released last year.
LinkedIn might be the go-to website for job seekers and other professionals to grow their business connections, but it was not one Wall Street wanted to touch Friday as the share price was under considerable pressure.
Tyson Foods, the biggest U.S. meat processor, reported a 49 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by lower feed and livestock costs.