Cloudera, Fossil, Costco and more


Shoppers walk out with full carts from a Costco store in Washington, D.C., on May 5, 2020.

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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell.

Cloudera – The software company’s stock fell 11% in extended trading after Cloudera provided its first-quarter earnings. The company reported first-quarter earnings of 5 cents per share excluding some items on revenues of $210.5 million, while analysts polled by Refinitiv expected earnings of 0 cents per share on revenue of $204.6 million. Cloudera also issued weak revenue guidance for the second quarter, but strong earnings guidance for

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Futures idle as S&P 500 looks to extend win streak


The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is seen in the financial district of lower Manhattan during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New York City, April 26, 2020.

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Futures contracts tied to the major U.S. stock indexes held steady at the start of the overnight session Wednesday evening on the heels of yet another robust day on Wall Street and amid one the market’s strongest rebounds on record.

Dow Jones Industrial Average futures lost 1 point, indicating an opening loss of about 20 points when regular trading resumes on Thursday. S&P 500 futures were

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Las Vegas tourism officials yank casino ad campaign amid civil unrest


Police stand guard as protesters rally at the Trump Tower, Monday, June 1, 2020, in Las Vegas, over the death of George Floyd.

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Civil unrest in Las Vegas and around the country has prompted tourism officials to yank a planned advertising campaign to promote the reopening of Nevada casinos Thursday.

“As a destination, we are always monitoring current events, locally, nationally and abroad, and thus, will pivot our plans when necessary,” according to a statement on behalf of H. Fletch Brunelle, vice president of marketing at the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.

The LVCVA had

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Barra expects GM plants to be close to pre-coronavirus levels in June


Mary Barra, Chairman and CEO of General Motors.

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General Motors expects its North American vehicle production to return to near pre-coronavirus levels by the end of June, Chairman and CEO Mary Barra said Wednesday.

The Detroit automaker has worked aggressively to restart its operations, particularly those that produce pickup trucks, since restarting production May 18. The plants closed in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“This week we’ll continue to add additional shifts in our North America plants, and we think we’ll be close to normal capacity by the end of June, and sooner, if

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