The warehouse retailer reports same-store sales, while the conglomerate is delaying plans to build a solar factory.
The automaker decided just last May to pull its paid advertising from the social network. That didn't last long.
Detroit's Big 3 blow away analysts' estimates as consumers respond to new models and low interest rates on car loans.
Worries that the Strait of Hormuz may get blocked push oil prices up some 4%. Brent crude tops $100. US factory orders grow in May. June auto sales are strong; SUVs do well. Barclay's CEO quits. Microsoft takes a $6.2 billion writedown.
The bank's CEO resigns as well, and the software maker buys aQuantive.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq show gains; the Dow falls slightly. Weakness in Europe is the biggest weight on the Institute for Supply Management's June manufacturing index. Barclay's CEO Bob Diamond quits.
Stocks soar -- as the blue chips enjoy their best June since 1999 -- after European leaders move to stabilize their banks. Apple and chip makers boost techs, but Research In Motion shares slump badly. Ford and Nike warn on European sales.
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Like many companies this winter, the fast-food giant blamed a drop in same-store sales on the weather. But could its problems be bigger than a snowbank?
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