General Electric Co. (GE) on Friday reported second-quarter earnings of $800 million.
Strategas Research Partners CEO Jason Trennert provides insight into the earnings season so far.
GE reaffirmed its outlook for 2018, saying it continues to expect full-year earnings $1 per share to $1.07 per share.
Major companies tentatively scheduled to post quarterly earnings next week: MONDAY Alphabet Inc. reports quarterly financial results after the market close.
FOX Business’ Susan Li reports on Microsoft’s fourth-quarter earnings results beating expectations as cloud revenue rises.
Benchmark Investments managing partner Kevin Kelly and Republican strategist Noelle Nikpour on why earnings could be the key to driving the stock market forward and how the retail sector is being lifted by U.S. consumers.
The struggling industrial giant is expected to book a weaker second-quarter profit.
Microsoft Corp. on Thursday reported quarterly profit of $8.9 billion, boosted in part by its efforts to rival Amazon as a key cloud computing provider for retailers and other businesses.
Revenue from server products and cloud services grew 26% in the fiscal fourth quarter.
Union Pacific Corp. hauled in 29 percent more second-quarter profit as the railroad handled 4 percent more shipments, but the results might have been better if not for some operational challenges.
MaxFunds.com co-founder Jonas Max Ferris on the outlook for Microsoft and the impact of tariffs and the Federal Reserve on the economy.
The aluminum producer said it had incurred $15 million in costs related to the tariffs.
The online retailer's efforts to revamp its e-commerce platforms failed to impress investors.
The company reported strong results on higher card-member spending and loan growth.
Revenue rose 3.7% from a year earlier to $20 billion, the company's third consecutive quarter of revenue growth.
FOX Business’ Nicole Petallides reports on IBM’s second-quarter earnings.
Benchmark Managing Partner Kevin Kelly and FBN’s Maria Bartiromo break down Morgan Stanley’s second-quarter results.
On a per share basis, the bank earned $1.30, up from 87 cents per share a year ago.
The growth miss stoked concerns on Wall Street that the streaming giant is nearing a saturation point among consumers.
Texas Instruments Chairman Richard Templeton will replace Brian Crutcher as CEO on a permanent basis, the company said.