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Constellation weighed down by Canopy, Weak quarter at Bed Bath & Beyond, Uber launches marketplace for temps

Here's a look at some of the companies the Yahoo Finance team will be watching for you.

A mixed quarter at Constellation Brands (STZ). The company topped forecasts and boosted its guidance for the year, but its investment in cannabis company Canopy Growth (CGC) weighed down Constellation's second fiscal quarter, serving up a $484 million loss

Bed Bath and Beyond (BBBY) also reported mixed second quarter earnings as it continues its search for a new CEO. The retailer posted a 7% drop in sales to $2.7 billion. It’s the third straight quarter of declining sales at the company. CEO Steven Temares stepped down in May, and Bed Bath and Beyond has been searching for a new CEO ever since.

Uber (UBER) is taking another step into the gig economy. The ride-hailing giant has launched "Uber Works" to connect businesses with temporary workers to help staff during high-demand hours. The app is only available in Chicago, and will show workers the available shifts in the surrounding areas.

Apple (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook is taking on immigration. In a Supreme Court filing, Cook stated his disapproval of President Trump's decision to terminate DACA, the program that shields some undocumented immigrants from being deported. Apple says it employs 443 'dreamers' which DACA protects.

GoPro (GPRO) is under pressure after lowering its financial targets due to production delays. CEO Nick Woodman says shipments of its new Hero8 Black camera will be pushed from the third to the fourth quarter because of late-stage production delays,