Analysts say the commodity supplier needs to cut net debt by almost half to $16 billion by the end of next year to retain its credit rating.
The operator of shallow-water drilling rigs is hoping a $1.2 billion debt-for-equity swap will help it ride out the downturn in oil prices.
The retailer's CFO says consumer spending gravitated away from apparel, home goods and other items that are core to its business.
The e-commerce giant had sales of $3.26 billion in the second quarter but the numbers suggest it is "coming back to Earth."
The online coupon company's stock drops 6% as both its sales and profit came in below Wall Street estimates.
Revenue increases 56% to $1.2 billion but Tesla's reduced outlook for deliveries this year disappoints Wall Streeet.
Sales at U.S. stores open at least a year fell 10.6% in the second quarter to date as Sears tries to execute its turnaround strategy.
IBM's strong growth in cloud computing was offset by sharp declines in its legacy software and systems hardware businesses.
The company is boosting production of the S6 Galaxy Edge after reportedly misjudging demand.
But some CEOs were paid well even though the company delivered lower shareholder returns.