The coffee company said global sales rose 5% at established locations. However, the sales growth was slower than the increase in the previous quarter, and total sales came in below Wall Street expectations.

Starbucks reaffirmed guidance that sales at established locations will grow in the mid-single digits globally in 2014.

Starbucks rose 1.2% in premarket trading Friday to $74.30.

9.-- Manufacturing conglomerate Honeywell (HON) reported adjusted fourth-quarter earnings of $1.24 a share from $1.10 a year earlier. Analysts expected earnings of $1.21 a share.

Revenue rose to $10.39 billion from $9.58 billion a year earlier; analysts were expecting revenue of $10.19 billion.

Honeywell said Friday it expects fiscal 2014 earnings of $5.35 to $5.55 a share, which is up 8% to 12% from a year earlier.

Shares of Honeywell fell 0.2% in premarket trading. 

10.-- Goldman Sachs (GS) is planning to ban traders from using some chat-messaging services in a bid to protect proprietary information. the Journal reported.

Under a new policy, Goldman won't allow person-to-person communication over instant-messaging services created by Bloomberg, Yahoo!, AOL and other third-party providers, the Journal reported, citing a draft of a memo it reviewed.

-- Written by Joseph Woelfel