(In Aug. 6 story, corrects Uber's ride-hailing segment revenue in U.S. and Canada as "declining to $1.25 billion," instead of "declining $1.25 billion," paragraph 12) | Video
Aug 6 Uber Technologies Inc said demand
for its food-delivery service more than doubled in the second
quarter as many users remained largely homebound, while demand
for ride-hailing trips was only marginally recovering from
Amazon.com Inc on Thursday posted the biggest profit in its 26-year history as online sales and its lucrative business supporting third-party merchants surged during the coronavirus pandemic.
Investors' penchant for prioritizing growth over profit at Amazon.com Inc will be put to the test on Thursday, when investors absorb the impact of second-quarter pandemic-related costs that could top $4 billion.
EBay Inc beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly profit on Tuesday and raised its full-year outlook, as the e-commerce company benefited from a surge in online shopping by people staying indoors due to coronavirus-driven lockdowns.
July 28 EBay Inc beat Wall Street
estimates for quarterly profit on Tuesday and raised its
full-year outlook, as the e-commerce company benefited from a
surge in online shopping by people staying indoors due to
New York Tesla trotzt der Corona-Krise: Der Elektroauto-Pionier hat dank Kostensenkungen und relativ stabilen Umsätzen zum vierten Quartal in Folge einen Quartalsgewinn erwirtschaftet und damit eine wichtige Hürde zum Einzug in den S&P-500-Index der wichtigsten börsennotierten US-Unternehmen genommen.
New York/Bangalore Tesla hat ungeachtet der Coronavirus-Epidemie das vierte Quartal in Folge einen Gewinn verbucht und damit seine Aktie in die Höhe springen lassen.
Tesla Inc on Wednesday posted a second-quarter profit as cost cuts and strong deliveries helped offset coronavirus-related factory shutdowns, sending its stock up 4.4% in after-hours trading and clearing a hurdle that could lead to the electric carmaker's inclusion in the S&P 500 index. | Video
Snap Inc said on Tuesday a bump in user growth at the start of coronavirus-led lockdowns petered out sooner than expected, and it forecast fewer current-quarter users than the Wall Street consensus. | Video