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Benchmark sued Uber ex-CEO Kalanick in an effort to oust him from the board, in a clash between two of the company's most powerful shareholders.
Uber's first hire said he would step aside from his daily role as senior vice president of operations.
Snap's loss nearly quadrupled amid slowing sales and user growth, sapped by competition from Facebook. Shares slid 17% after hours.
Google canceled a companywide meeting about diversity just before it was set to begin Thursday, citing safety concerns.
Wells Fargo's board plans a shake-up that is likely to include Stephen Sanger stepping down as nonexecutive chairman.
Blackstone's Invitation Homes and Starwood Waypoint, two of the country's largest rental-home owners, have agreed to merge.
Declines in U.S. stocks accelerated, with the Dow shedding 204.69 points, or 0.9%, to 21844.01.
The CBOE's VIX, an index known as Wall Street's "fear gauge," rose to its highest level of the year.
Macy's and Kohl's again reported shrinking sales, spooking investors, though the latest declines slowed.
Blue Apron's shares sank nearly 18% after the meal-kit maker gave its first earnings update since going public.
Toshiba said it reopened talks with Foxconn and Western Digital over selling its memory-chip unit.