Here's everything you need to know before Friday's opening bell:

  1. Amazon (AMZN) said it will focus on capital investments in the grocery and food sector in 2018.
  2. Apple (AAPL) sold 77.3 million iPhones in its first quarter, below estimates of 80.2 million.
  3. Google's (GOOGL) paid clicks grew 43%, though the average cost per click declined 14%.
  4. Kenichiro Yoshida was named the new CEO and President of Sony (SNE) .
  5. Stock futures fell sharply as investors eyed government bond yields and a weakening dollar.
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