Friday's selloff continued into the new week with investors panic selling over oil and global growth concerns in Monday's trading session. The tech and biotech sectors contributed to heavy losses on the Nasdaq which pushed the index to levels not seen since mid-2014. Yelp (YELP) tumbled after the early release of fourth-quarter earnings. Investors grew concerned as expenses piled up and outpaced revenue growth. Sales and marketing costs jumped 63%. Chipotle (CMG) delayed opening hours on Monday to brief employees on new food safety procedures. Executives implored workers to stay home if they're feeling sick, noting that two recent food scares were tied to the infectious norovirus. GoPro (GPRO) jumped after signing a patent licensing deal with Microsoft that covers file storage technologies. TheStreet's Keris Lahiff reports from Wall Street.
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