From Taser's expected electrifying earnings results to popular eateries seeing costs rise faster than sales, here's what to watch on Wall Street this week.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq posted their largest weekly drop since March on Friday as slowing global growth dragged commodity-related stocks lower.
A pair of movie theater chains receive analyst upgrades and Apple checks in with a rare dud of a quarter by failing to disclose smartwatch sales.
Stocks fell for the third straight day Thursday after disappointing results and forecasts from companies added to concerns about the U.S. profit outlook.
McDonald's said it expects global sales to rise in the current quarter, after four straight quarters of decline, as plans to boost sales start paying off.
Wall Street declined for a second straight session Wednesday as the technology sector fell on disappointing results from giants including Apple.
Coca-Cola profit rose in its second quarter as it raised prices, cut costs and benefited from a gain related to its purchase of a stake in Monster Beverage.
Microsoft says it lost $3.2 billion in the second quarter, hurt by charges related to its phone business and job cuts and weak demand for Windows software.
Stocks fell Tuesday after earnings from tech giants IBM and United Technologies disappointed investors who now await results from Apple and Microsoft.
Wall Street was little changed Monday, as investors reacted to a better-than-expected corporate earnings, but gains were curbed by a drop in commodities.
From an update on Chipotle's price increases to quarterly results from a pair of airlines, here's some things that will shape the week ahead on Wall Street.
The Nasdaq composite closed at a record high Friday on strong results from Google while weak energy stocks weighed on the Dow and S&P 500.
An online retailer has a successful shopping break and Internet browsers have to shut down a once-pervasive multimedia platform over security concerns.
Wall Street ended stronger Thursday, with the Nasdaq up more than 1 percent at a record high after eBay and Netflix reported strong quarterly results.
Despite talk of becoming increasingly rational after the 2008 financial crisis, Americans are once again swiping their credit cards.
Wall Street gained for a fourth straight session Tuesday, buoyed by the energy sector as oil prices rebounded from early declines.
From some 'too big to fail' banks kicking off earnings season to PayPal's spinoff from eBay, several companies will have something to say in the week ahead.
Stocks rose Friday, with major indexes gaining more than 1 percent on hopes Greece would be able to secure fresh funding and avert bankruptcy.
PepsiCo reports better-than-expected quarterly profit and sales and raised its forecast as higher prices helped drive growth in its beverages business.
From Apple's attempt to regain its relevance in digital music to Twitter's new CEO, here are somethings that will help shape the week ahead on Wall Street.
The S&P 500 closed flat Friday, with investors cautious ahead of a meeting in Europe that could decide whether Greece will default on critical loans.
A casual-dining chain hopes to prove that a boardroom shake-up is paying off while the leading bookseller is expected to post another weak quarter.