Dick's Sporting Goods will reward shareholders with a special dividend following another record-setting quarter.
Global dividend payments could rebound by as much as 5% this year, a new report estimated on Monday, after the coronavirus caused the biggest slump in payouts since the financial crisis more than a decade ago.
The $4.4 billion payout, which will be made to shareholders of record as of Dec. 2, is the fourth special dividend issued by the board in the past eight years.
Foot Locker reported top- and bottom-line results that outpaced expectations while navigating COVID-19.
BP announced a $16.8 billion pre-tax loss and cut its dividend in half.
Comparable sales have shown improvement every week of this month, reaching the low single digits by July 25.
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Nation’s fourth-largest bank has cited weak earnings during the pandemic
The Fed's stress tests are adding some temporary 3Q restrictions so banks can remain healthy post the pandemic.
Target Corp.'s dividend hike is a rarity among retailers since the COVID-19 pandemic choked sales.
Periodic payouts are one of the ways publicly-traded companies share their profits with investors.
Expedia said conditions are improving as cancellations stabilized and lockdowns ease
The oil giant entered the downturn with a strong balance sheet, CEO Michael Wirth told Maria Bartiromo.
Exxon is slashing capital expenditures by 30 percent and cutting operating expenses by 15 percent in order to protect its 87-cent per share dividend.
Chevron is cutting capital expenditures and lowering operating costs in order to keep its dividend.
General Motors Co. said it has suspended its quarterly cash dividend and share-buyback program as it seeks to bolster liquidity amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Stay-at-home orders given by governors to slow the spread of COVID-19 will reduce second-quarter gross domestic product by at least 30 percent annualized.
Coronavirus is not stopping Costco from rewarding shareholders.
The economic slowdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will result in a sharp drop in dividends paid by S&P 500 companies, according to Goldman Sachs.
The moves reflect widespread criticism of how government bailouts were invested during the 2008 financial crisis.