Ford - The automaker posted better-than-expected earnings , but almost doubled its estimates for losses in Europe. Ford and GM shares hit 52-week lows in the previous session. Meanwhile, GM said it is investing almost $830 million in research and development in Canada in the next four years to satisfy conditions it agreed to received bailout funds from the Canadian government in 2009.
Netflix - The movie-streaming company topped earnings expectations, but issued a cautious subscriber outlook and said a push into a fourth international market in the fourth quarter will lead to a loss .
Broadcom - The chipmaker posted earnings and revenue that topped estimates and forecast sales growth in the current quarter. But analysts were negative on the stock—at least five brokerages lowered their price targets.
Motorola Solutions - The communications equipment maker posted a lower-than-expected quarterly profit, hurt by lower demand for its enterprise business.
Peabody Energy - The coal miner posted lower-than-expected earnings and handed in a weak current-quarter profit guidance. In addition, at least three brokerages lowered their price targets on the firm.
Nielsen - The marketing and advertising research company posted higher-than-expected earnings on cost cutting.Page 2 of 3 | Prev Page | Next Page