Congress went on break without a coronavirus aid deal and retail sales softened.
iQiyi is facing a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission probe after Wolfpack Research accused the company of fraud in an April report.
DraftKings loss widened in the three months through June as sports were put on hold due to COVID-19.
Weekly initial jobless claims fell below 1 million for the first time since coronavirus lockdowns began in March.
Cisco Systems Inc laid out a restructuring plan, as the coronavirus crisis forced its clients to hold back spending.
Lyft had 8.7 million active riders during the three months ending in July, a 60 percent decline compared to the same period one year ago.
Kodak executives face allegations of wrongdoing related to a government loan to produce pharmaceutical supplies.
Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the White House and top Democratic negotiators did not hold talks on a COVID-19 relief package on Tuesday.
The company bolstered its direct-to-consumer strategy, increasing investment in e-commerce, and will concentrate its store openings in mainland China, where business appears to be recovering at a faster pace from COVID-19.
Nio's second-quarter loss narrowed as the company delivered a record 10,331 vehicles
SeaWorld's revenue declined $388 million compared to the year prior totaling roughly $18.0 million. During the same span of time, its parks saw a mere 0.3 million guests during this time, which is a decline of 6.2 million guests compared to a year prior, according to the report.
Royal Caribbean Group’s adjusted loss was $6.13, compared with analysts’ average forecast of a loss of $4.82 per share.
U.S. equity markets finished mixed on Monday after President Trump signed executive orders to provide COVID-19 relief while Congress ironed out its differences.
Kodak shares plunged by as much as 43% after the $765 million loan for its pivot into the drug industry was put on hold following a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation.
Marriott International Inc. lost $234 million in the three months through June as sales fell 72% amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The CEO of AMC Entertainment, Adam Aron, called the last three months, “the most challenging quarter in the 100-year history of AMC” Thursday after the company saw its revenue plunge to $18.9 billion for the second quarter from $1.5 billion a year ago.
The U.S. economy added 1.76 million jobs in July and the unemployment rate sank to 10.2 percent.
Uber Eats revenue grew 113% to roughly $1.2 billion, while bookings for the ride-sharing service tumbled 73 percent
Dish TV revenue slipped as the number of paid net subscribers fell for Dish TV and Sling TV.
Results were heavily affected by the pandemic as well as by a decline in revenue related to the sale of the company's supermarket-coupon business, News Corp said.