The company cuts its guidance for Brazil but says it still expects to close the SABMiller deal after raising its offer earlier this week.
CBS is getting more growth than expected from its online subscription services, All-Access and Showtime.
MasterCard topped second-quarter estimates as the company saw a 13% increase in revenue with double-digit growth in international volumes and customer spending.
After employee allegations surface calling the world's largest hedge fund a 'cauldron of fear,' Bridgewater's founder responds in a statement blasting the media and touting fund perfornace.
Microsoft may have dodged a bullet by having its $45-billion hostile offer for Yahoo! turned down by the Web pioneer.
Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman will get his day in court, setting up a decision that could, finally, determine who will run the owner of Paramount Pictures and MTV.
The e-commerce giant should be able to pull off a solid quarter should retail and web services growth hold up.
Shares of NetSuite are rallying after the announcement that the company has agreed to be acquired by Oracle.
The financial institution revealed that the central bank had concerns with its first stress test and that it took a $163 million charge related to a unit acquired from OneWest.
CEO Soriot says the company's pipeline is progressing well, and predicts a boost to full-year earnings from a decline in the pound.
The company beats first-half expectations though offers a smaller-than-expected dividend.
CEO Thiam delivers a cautious assessment of the outlook after wealth management helped propel quarterly earnings above expectations.
Bridgewater Associate's culture of "radical transparency" is called into question, after an employee claims his account of workplace harassment was taped and shared around the firm.
The Fed is moving cautiously because weak May jobs growth caught the central bank by surprise, and Britain's decision to leave the EU only added to the upheaval.
Facebook is scheduled to report results of its second fiscal quarter after the market close on July 27, with a conference call scheduled for 5:00 pm ET.