AutoZone narrowly beat the Street with a 5.6% increase in fiscal second-quarter profits, but the company blamed weaker-than-expected sales on delayed income tax returns.
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Sears Holding beat the Street by narrowing its fourth-quarter loss despite continued revenue contraction.
Hit by shrinking automotive sales, GPS maker Garmin disappointed Wall Street by logging a 22% drop in fourth-quarter profits and forecasting tepid results for 2013.
Goldman Sachs easily trumped Wall Street expectations in the fourth quarter even as fixed-income trading revenue slumped.
JPMorgan Chase saw its fourth quarter earnings slide 7% from 2012, as the biggest U.S. bank suffered a tumble in investment banking and trading income.
The second-largest U.S. bank, reported a huge increase in fourth-quarter profits, driven by a steep fall in provisions to cover bad loans.
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Sprint Nextel beat estimates with a lighter-than-expected fourth-quarter loss, but the No. 3 U.S. wireless provider’s subscriber totals trailed estimates amid continues Nextel defactions.
Verizon Communications plans to take up to $10 billion worth of charges in the fourth quarter tied to pension liabilities as well as about $1 billion of Hurricane Sandy-related costs.
Express forecast a weaker-than-expected holiday quarter due to muted Thanksgiving sales and a highly promotional environment.