Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday:
Expedia – The online travel site reported fourth-quarter earnings per share of 92 cents on $1.15 billion in revenue, compared with estimates of EPS of 86 cents on $1.14 billion in revenue. Its shares rose in extended trade.
LinkedIn – The professional networking site reported quarterly earnings of 39 cents, excluding items, on revenue of $447 million. Analysts had estimated EPS of 38 cents on sales of $438 million. The company projected first-quarter revenue of $455 million to $460 million versus a $470 million estimate. Its shares were down sharply in after-hours trading.
Athenahealth – The physician services company reported EPS of 57 cents on $172 million in revenue, versus estimates of EPS of 44 cents on $168 million in revenue. Its shares rose sharply in after-hours trading.
Activism Blizzard – The game developer reported fourth-quarter EPS of 79 cents, excluding items, on revenue of $2.27 billion. It offered first-quarter guidance of 9 cents, versus an 11 cent estimate. Its shares spiked in after-hours trade.
News Corp. – The publishing company posted second-quarter adjusted EPS of 31 cents on $2.24 billion in revenue, against estimates of EPS of 20 cents on revenue of $2.23 billion. Its shares rose in extended-hours trade.
Outerwall – The operator of Redbox movie kiosk and Coinstar change machines reported fourth-quarter earnings per share of 82 cents on revenue of $593.7 million. The company projected first-quarter earnings between 77 cents to 97 cents a share on $570 million to $600 million in revenue. Analysts estimated EPS of $1.29 on sales of $607 million. The company also said its board had approved stock repurchases of another $500 million. Its shares jumped in after-hours trading.
Open Table – The online provider of restaurant reservations reported fourth-quarter earnings per share of 59 cents on revenue of $52.3 million, beating estimates. For the first quarter, it projected EPS of 39 cents to 43 cents on revenue of $53.3 million to $54.9 million, below estimates, and full-year EPS of $1.71 to $1.92 on $221 million to $229 million in revenue, also beneath estimates. Its shares fell in after-hours trading.
Gap – The retailer said it expects to report fiscal fourth-quarter earnings of 65 cents to 66 cents a share on sales of $4.58 billion, versus estimates of EPS of 60 cents on revenue of $4.6 billion. It also said it expects to report full-year earnings at the high end of its outlook. Its shares rose in after-hours trading.
—By CNBC's Kate Gibson
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