Fat Brands, Revolve Group, Aspen Technology, China Unicorn and 1Life Healthcare are five of the biggest stock gainers on Thursday,
Amazon is cutting some 1,200 delivery drivers after it severed contracts with several small firms that employed them.
Tapestry, the parent of Coach and Kate Spade, swung to a fiscal-fourth-quarter loss on 53% lower sales. The shares are down.
Penn National drew a buy rating from Goldman Sachs due to a "rapidly rebounding regional casino space" and "inflecting growth in sports betting."
The acquisition will set Fat Brands back about $25 million.
Jim Cramer shares stock market news including tech earnings this week, the strength of the gaming industry and the latest news from Under Armour.
Hasbro said gaming revenues were the lone bright spot in its second quarter earnings report, although the toymaker did manage to top analysts' forecasts with a bottom line of 2 cents per share.
Mattel slides after the toymaker reports a wider-than-expected quarterly loss and sales that miss expectations.
While demand for Hasbro's toys and games has been strong amid the lockdown, the closing of retail stores bit into earnings and revenue.
The movie business is great business for Hasbro as a surge in sales of all things 'Frozen 2' and 'Spider-Man' boosts earnings - and its stock. Here's why.