T-Mobile US said it gained more than 1.5 million total subscribers in the second quarter, as the fourth-biggest U.S. wireless operator continued to add customers as the market awaits a potential tie-up with Sprint Corp.
The app is part of Yahoo Japan's pursuit of more traffic on smartphones, which it sees as key to long-term growth.
Rolls-Royce Holdings downgraded the full-year outlook for its marine unit for the second time this year but reaffirmed that its weaker operational performance is set to improve by the end of 2014.
Coca-Cola can no longer lean on its foreign markets for reliable growth, which means it must turn around its U.S. business. That won't be easy, as Americans are drinking less soda.
Adidas issued a profit warning for the year and postponed targets for 2015, citing challenges at its golf business as well as risks surrounding consumer sentiment in Russia and the region.
Panasonic will invest in equipment and machinery for a battery joint venture with electric car maker Tesla Motors, but didn't say how much it will invest in the project.
The Anglo-Dutch oil group said that second-quarter profit more than doubled as it benefited from higher output of liquid petroleum and better prices for some products.
Telefónica reported a 4.9% rise in second-quarter net profit, as it booked smaller a depreciation of its fixed assets, offsetting another decline in revenue.
Companies selling TVs, sports drinks and snacks scored, but the makers of washing machines lost out.
Siemens reported a rise in quarterly profit but the declining value of the dollar and other currencies against the euro led to lower revenue and order intake.