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The sales come one week after Amazon reported first-quarter earnings results, trouncing Wall Street's expectations.
Peloton shares closed Wednesday down nearly 15%, wiping $4.1 billion off its market value in one day.
PayPal shares jump in extended trading after revenue beats expectations.
Fed Vice Chairman Richard Clarida said he thinks the central bank should keep policy in place even as the economy storms back.
Uber's net loss was $108 million, a tremendous improvement from a $968 million loss in its fourth quarter of 2020.
Moderna said its booster dose increased neutralizing antibody responses against the original virus as well as B.1.351 and P.1 variants.
The Biden administration announced Wednesday that it supports waiving intellectual property protections for Covid-19 vaccines.
The downtime will not impact the Ford's plan to begin delivering the vehicles to dealers this summer, according to a company spokeswoman.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said Wednesday he sees plenty of attractive stocks right now, including Trane Technologies and Las Vegas Sands.
Google is softening its approach to the return to work in permitting remote work for some employees as tech workers see greater flexibility elsewhere.
After oversight board's finding, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg can no longer deflect blame for a decision on Trump's suspension.
CEO Mary Barra's comments come after GM showcased a personal autonomous vehicle concept car for its Cadillac brand in January.
Car rental company Hertz Global Holdings on Tuesday backed a bid from Knighthead Capital Management to support its exit from bankruptcy.
Jeff Bezos' space venture Blue Origin on Wednesday announced the first passenger flight for its New Shepard tourism rocket will be July 20.
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A federal judge struck down on Wednesday the national eviction moratorium, potentially leaving millions of Americans at risk of losing their homes.
The National Restaurant Association estimates that from March 2020 through April of this year 110,000 restaurants have closed either permanently or long-term.
While Covid cases are expected to increase this month, hospitalizations and deaths will likely remain low nationally, the U.S. agency said.
In a major reversal, Peloton announced Wednesday voluntary recalls of both its Tread+ and Tread treadmill machines over safety concerns.