And that's despite the company spending billions of dollars hiring new workers and beefing up safety measures.
The last quarter wasn't a good one for carriers.
Corporate profits are expected to drop across the board this quarter. But beyond the headline figures, earnings reports offer a lot of clues about how the economy is faring through the crisis.
Fiat Chrysler is following the lead of GM and Ford and moving to quarterly sales reports.
What's good (or bad) for corporations may not be good for the economy overall.
They might reveal how the broader economy is performing.
There’s a dance called earnings season that happens in the corporate world every three months. Public companies are required to open their books and add up all those debits and credits so that investors, analysts, and the media can comb…