Baidu shares jumped Thursday after the Chinese Internet giant reported quarterly earnings that topped Wall Street expectations.
T-Mobile US Inc.'s fourth-quarter profit nearly tripled, topping Wall Street expectations as the company added 2.1 million customers during the period
Microsoft on Monday revealed that as the world turns to computing power in the cloud it is working to put datacenters under water.
BlackBerry reported quarterly results Friday that beat Wall Street expectations, even as revenue fell sharply.
Comcast's third-quarter profit tumbled 22 percent on higher tax costs, but revenue rose sharply thanks to some hit films like "Minions" and its high-speed Internet services.
Google received an "A'' from investors for its third-quarter report that ushered the Internet search leader into a new era under Alphabet, its recently formed parent company.
With sales growth slowing in China, Alibaba is looking across its borders to give sales a boost.
Symantec will sell its Veritas information management business for $8 billion in cash with plans to funnel proceeds back into its main line of work, cybersecurity, and to buy back shares.
Drugmaker AbbVie Inc. reported better-than-expected second-quarter profit, but its sales disappointed Wall Street.
United Technologies Corp. posted second-quarter declines Tuesday in revenue and profit as a strong dollar cut exports. It also reduced its 2015 outlook on Otis elevator sales in Europe and China's slowing economy.