The fast-food giant benefited in Q1 from menu price increases that fueled higher check averages in the U.S.
As the use of free cash flow as a guiding metric grows, researchers seek a solid definition for the term.
In the first quarter, the benefits of higher oil prices were offset by weakness in Exxon's chemicals and refining businesses.
The automaker has been retooling factories to prepare for the launch of new full-size pickups.
The coffee giant's U.S. store traffic was flat in the second quarter despite heavy Happy Hour discounting.
"The monetization and ad growth machine at Twitter is finally heading in the right direction," one analyst says of the Q1 results.
The stock matched its biggest single-day decline in more than nine years but the company sees "sustained profitable growth in 2018."
“We grew faster than every ‘best-of-breed’ cloud [competitor] out there,” CEO Bill McDermott says.
The appliance maker has been trying to mitigate its higher raw materials costs with price increases and cost cutting.
Hasbro's shares rally as executives assure Wall Street they are "working aggressively around the world to put the impact of Toys R Us behind us."