The quarterly numbers come at a time when Amazon is experiencing slowing revenue growth but fatter profit margins.
Starbucks shares rose after the company's earnings beat, despite a slightly weaker-than-expected sales.
AWS continues to grow rapidly and drive profits for its parent company.
Some Uber insiders will also sell their own shares in the IPO, sources told Reuters. Reuters reported earlier this month that all the Uber shares sold in the IPO could be worth around $10 billion.
First quarter GDP likely is expected to have grown at a healthy 2.5% pace, a far cry from the early estimates of near zero growth.
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The quarterly numbers come amid Ford's $11 billion restructuring plan, with an aim to slash costs by $14 billion over the next five years.
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The company must weigh a number of different variables before agreeing to a sale.