The gig economy marketplace has filed the initial prospectus for its IPO.
These companies are not only prominent, but they're also putting a little more money directly into the hands of their stockholders.
America's big aircraft maker may soon get a reprieve, plus Autodesk and the Hewlett Packards report earnings.
The new Lyft Direct Debit card shows that the two companies are being smart in their approaches to the gig economy.
There was some lively news on the markets regarding a big buyout, and a certain high-profile auto company.
An attractive entertainment is apparently still on the block, plus two retailers report quarterly earnings.
Yes, there's still a chance to catch the buzz of these three very popular new stocks.
Two car companies are zooming ahead with their plans, while Coca-Cola is "un-refranchising" across the Atlantic.
It's an investment bank in transition to a more diversified service provider.
The post-market trading scene isn't particularly on fire, although there was a hot IPO during the day.
One trades up on declining fundamentals, and one gets hammered in spite of top-line growth.
Only one payment card global mega-company can rule them all.
Post-market trading saw several famous names on the move, in various directions.
Quarterly results are having a post-market effect on two stocks, while a big bank's recommendation change bolsters a familiar name.
This REIT distinguishes itself through its geographical footprint and its diverse portfolio.
There was action in numerous sectors following the market's close -- it wasn't only about the Uber IPO.
The Mouse notches a quarterly beat, while news with Uber helped drive Lyft stock.
Which retail REIT should rule?
The industrial properties REIT is certainly in the right business these days.
Earnings season giveth, and it taketh away -- at least in post-market trading.