During the first six months of 2019, WeWork’s revenues and losses from operations almost doubled compared to the same period in 2018.
Uber (UBER) stock closed at a record low yesterday, falling 7.6%. This decline continued UBER's down days, driven by its disappointing Q2 results.
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On August 8, after Uber's Q2 earnings, the stock (UBER) fell sharply in the aftermarket session. The slump was driven by wider-than-expected losses in Q2.
PayPal’s (PYPL) second-quarter revenue rose 12% year-over-year to $4.31 billion, and its adjusted EPS jumped 47% YoY to $0.86.
Uber Technologies (UBER) stock was up today ahead of its second-quarter earnings results as rival Lyft (LYFT) raised its outlook for 2019.
Some of the unicorn stocks that went public this year didn’t have a great July. Slack (WORK), Uber (UBER), and Lyft (LYFT) fell 10.9%, 9.1%, and 7.4%, respectively.