Texas Instruments Inc.'s first-quarter profit rose 35% as the chip maker's revenue and margins improved.
A federal watchdog overseeing TelexFree's Chapter 11 case found evidence of fraud, dishonesty and gross mismanagement and called for a trustee to take control of the company.
Wal-Mart Stores said two board members, former Chief Executive Lee Scott and 10-year board member Chris Williams, won't stand for re-election in June.
Safeway Inc. swung to a first-quarter loss as foreign currency effects and inflation in products such as produce weighed on the bottom line, masking a rise in revenue.
Brazilian airline Azul Linhas Aereas Brasileiras plans to expand its service to the U.S. early next year with a fleet of widebody Airbus Group NV planes.
Qualcomm reported its fiscal second-quarter profit grew 5% as the chip maker reported higher shipments, which boosted the top line.
Procter & Gamble's profit grew just slightly in the first three months of the year, as it struggled to expand in slow-growing markets where shoppers have cut back their spending on many everyday items.
Delta Air Lines continued to cruise along financially, posting record first-quarter earnings and projecting better results ahead.
Chinese companies have increasingly turned to foreign investors for financing as domestic credit is getting harder to come by.