Shrinking stock options have been a major factor in the recent fall of LYF Corp., a ride-hailing company that has struggled to recover from a wave of crashes.
The stock is down more than 30% in the last year.
LYFR Corp. reported fourth-quarter revenue of $1.26 billion, or about 1% below the previous quarter’s forecast.
The shares were down 6.6% in after-hours trading.
LYRX Corp., another ride-sharing company, reported revenue of 1.35 billion in the quarter.
It is down 13.6%.
A spokeswoman for the companies declined to comment.
LYNX shares fell 2.2% to $1,275.10 after trading was halted at midday on Thursday.
LYSX, a global digital-payments company, is down 12.4% in its most recent quarter.
The company reported first-quarter earnings of $937 million, or $1 billion less than expected.
The latest drop in LYSIX shares comes as some of the largest U.S. airlines have started cutting flights to New York, which has become the focal point of the protests.
Shares of Delta Airlines, whose parent company is also a major ride-share provider, fell 5.2%, while United Airlines was down 4.9%.
The stock dropped 3.9% to close at $26.94 a share.
The LYSYX shares were up 1.2%.
The decline in LYNEX shares comes after other airlines, including United and JetBlue, have cut flights to the city.
Delta Airlines announced on Thursday that it was cutting flights from the city of Chicago to Newark, New Jersey, for a total of 16 hours starting Friday.
On Thursday, United Airlines canceled flights to Dallas, Texas, for 12 hours starting Saturday, citing the unrest in the city, which was the scene of a recent deadly police shooting.
JetBlue said it was suspending flights to Chicago and New York City for two days starting Friday and Monday.
Shares in JetBlue dropped 7.2 percent to $31.13 a share on Thursday after a recent trading day.
United Airlines shares were flat after a previous trading day on Thursday before recovering to $37.83 a share early Friday.