The German auto maker sees a rise in operating profits and overall sales, although it has set aside additional cash to pay for legal costs.
The chemicals maker lifts the low-end of its full-year earnings per share forecast as cost savings bolster its bottom line.
The car maker takes a hit to earnings from vehicle recalls related to Takata airbags, but Chinese sales continue in top gear.
Last week's Brexit vote clouds the outlook for Siemens' 14,000 British employees.
On top of the $14.7 billion deal reached with the federal government and class action lawyers, the German carmaker will pay $600 million to American consumers.
Twenty-First Century Fox affiliate Sky bucks the negative trend with a soccer-rights victory, while media peer Vivendi declines on a regulatory veto.
The luxury homebuilder reports earnings of 51 cents a share with sales in New York strong.
Deere projects that equipment sales will fall 9% for fiscal 2016.
National Oilwell Varco shares jumped more than 6% in Friday morning trading, adding to a week of more than 20% gains, buoyed by Morgan Stanley's new rating on it.
DuPont raises its full-year guidance following first-quarter earnings that beat analysts' estimates.
Goldman upgraded the industrial machinery manufacturer Caterpillar, but other analysts remain on the sidelines awaiting more certainty from European and Chinese markets.
The carmaker plans to halt production of four models.
The airline's long-serving chairman and two other directors will retire
The engine maker is anticipated to release its next quarterly report on or around April 26.
Boeing's announcement that it's cutting 4,500 workers this year won't be the end of the airplane maker's bumpy flight.