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Stocks rebound in late trading

The Dow rebounding a bit here, but the big story is still Facebook, with the latest scandal nowhere near dying down. Plus, as Uber suspends its self-driving ambitions, we learn Apple has been expanding them. We explain. And … No more small buys delivered free from Amazon? They’re considering it. Plus, as Toys ‘R’ Us goes off into the sunset, what happens to its legacy and brand value? Catch The Final Round at 3:55 p.m. ET with Myles Udland and reporter Dan Roberts.

Winners and losers

Stocks in the red include Children’s Place as the retailer as revenue and same store sales missed estimates; Northern Oil and Gas as it announced a million secondary offering of $105 million worth of stock; and Oracle, with shares dropping as the database and cloud services giant’s forecast disappointed investors.

Stocks in the green include MuleSoft as Reuters reports Salesforce is in advanced talks to buy the software maker; Arena Pharma as the drugmaker reported upbeat phase 2 trial results for its experimental colitis treatment; and Blackberry, with shares jumping as Blackberry struck a deal with Microsoft, in which it will create a secure platform for using Microsoft Office Apps on desktop and mobile.