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Apple, Amazon and Gilead take anchor leg of earnings race with a big lead

Big Tech has survived the pandemic earnings test thus far, but the final two question marks loom Thursday.

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Facebook hopes to pick up where Google and Snap left off, in crazy earnings day

Alphabet Inc. and Snap Inc. have warned about severe downturns in the online-advertising market in the past week, and seen their stocks head higher. Facebook Inc. can only hope to extend that trend.

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Tech’s trillion-dollar valuations are about to be tested by coronavirus-tainted earnings

Only four U.S. companies have ever been valued at $1 trillion or more without adjusting for inflation, and all four will describe how their businesses have been weathering the COVID-19 pandemic in the coming week.

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Intel and Citrix may benefit from coronavirus, but face same fate as Netflix

Does Intel Corp. have anything in common with Netflix Inc.? Investors are about to find out.

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Netflix and Snap earnings will be different tales of media usage during coronavirus

Tuesday afternoon brings an interesting earnings double play on the stay-at-home trend.

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Earnings are set for their biggest dive since late 2009 — and it gets worse from here

The S&P 500 index is set to suffer the worst quarter for earnings since the 2008 financial crisis, and it’s likely to get a lot worse because these results will barely show the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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First-half earnings are a bust as coronavirus stops companies in their tracks. Will the second-half be better? It depends

A flurry of recent profit warnings suggest that corporate earnings will be slammed in the first half of the year as the COVID-19 pandemic forces companies to close offices and stores, furlough workers and idle plants, but ...

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Retailers’ holiday-season results, software updates and Beyond Meat earnings on the way

Retailers will reveal more about the holiday-shopping season in the coming week, with the end of the earnings recession in sight.

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Roku earnings preview: First read on Disney and Apple impacts

Fresh off a carriage renegotiation with Fox Corp., Roku Inc. is about to face another test.

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Lyft earnings preview: With Uber setting a new path to profitability, could Lyft be far behind?

The ride-hailing service has consistently lost money, raising questions about its ability to turn a profit. Last year, Lyft Chief Executive Logan Green said it would be profitable by late 2021, if it excluded some costs.

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The earnings recession is expected to end after some big profit surprises

An end to the earnings recession now seems likely as holiday-season profits have come in better than expected.

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Uber earnings preview: Another big loss is expected, but so is cost-cutting

Uber Technologies Inc. has lost a combined $7.4 billion the past three financial quarters since it went public in May 2019. Analysts polled by FactSet expect more of the same on Thursday, when the ride-hailing service anno...

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Alphabet earnings preview: What is the path to remain a trillion-dollar company?

Alphabet Inc.’s rapid ascent to the Mount Olympus of tech stocks — $1 trillion in market value — illustrated the power of its advertising dominance in the digital world. But for it to maintain its lofty status with the oth...

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Coronavirus continues to infect earnings as Tesla, McDonald’s and Boeing highlight busiest day

Coronvirus fears are being raised in earnings calls throughout different sectors as Wall Street looks for any effects from the virus spreading within and outside of China, which should lead to a lot of talk on what could b...

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Microsoft earnings preview: Cloud business has nothing but blue skies

When the software behemoth reports its results Wednesday, Wall Street is ready for another strong quarter.