Walmart is going on “offense” in the delivery wars with its newest offering — a store associate who puts your groceries away neatly in your refrigerator, even when you’re not home.
Beyond Meat shares soared 24% after reporting its first quarterly earnings release as a public company. The alternative-meat company posted revenue of $40.2 million exceeding analysts estimates of $38.92 million during the first quarter.
Zoom topped Wall Street’s expectations during its first quarterly results as a public company. The video conferencing software company on Thursday reported first-quarter sales that more than doubled over last year to $122 million, ahead of expectations for $111.4 million.