Home Depot is roaring back from a slow start to the year, topping all expectations and raising its revenue and profit projections for the year.
The big retailer also raised its full-year expectations for sales and profit.
Walmart, Home Depot and Macy's report this week.
Major companies tentatively scheduled to post quarterly earnings next week: TUESDAY Home Depot Inc. reports quarterly financial results before the market open.
FBN’s Deirdre Bolton reports on News Corporation’s fourth-quarter earnings.
Without changes, the agency’s leaders say losses will continue.
The Bubble Wrap trademark holder and maker is under investigation by the Securities Exchange Commission.
Viacom and CBS, both controlled by Sumner and Shari Redstone's family company, National Amusements Inc, are exploring a merger, but the efforts have been opposed by CBS CEO Leslie Moonves.
Yelp's second-quarter results blew past Wall Street expectations, fueled by a 21 percent surge in advertising revenue.
The company has a deal in place to sell certain entertainment assets to Disney.
U.S. stocks are slightly lower Wednesday morning after a four-day winning streak brought the S&P 500 index to a six-month high.
The latest on developments in financial markets (all times local): 9:35 a.m.
CVS Health's second-quarter performance beat Wall Street expectations, and the nation's second-largest drugstore chain also narrowed its forecast for 2018.
Mediatech Capital Partners' Porter Bibb on Disney's outlook, the state of the media sector and Tesla.
Michael Kors Holdings Ltd. (KORS) on Wednesday reported fiscal first-quarter net income of $186.4 million.
The company said it took a $3.9 billion goodwill impairment charge in the reported quarter.
Snapchat's daily user base declined in its latest quarter for the first time.
The Latest on Disney's financial results (all times local): 5:55 p.m. Disney says its upcoming streaming service won't try to compete directly with Netflix and Amazon, but will focus instead on quality — namely original programs from Disney's "Star Wars," Pixar and Marvel brands.
Disney's earnings grew in the latest quarter, but results missed expectations, as the company paid more for NBA sports rights at ESPN and saw lower licensing revenue from "Spider-Man" and "Cars."
Founder John Schnatter stepped down as chairman after his use of a racial slur during a May media training session went public.