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After-hours buzz: Twitter, Disney, Priceline & more


Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday:

Twitter - The microblogger's shares edged mildly lower in after-hours trading, after rising nearly 73 percent in its market debut.

Walt Disney - The entertainment company posted earnings of 77 cents a share on revenue of $11.57 billion, beating estimates calling for earnings of 76 cents per share and revenue of $11.4 billion.

Priceline.com - The online travel agency posted non-GAAP adjusted earnings of $17.30 a share on sales of $2.27 billion, versus estimates of earnings of $16.15 per share on sales of $2.215 billion. Its shares fell in extended-hours trading.

Groupon - The online-discount company reported earnings of 2 cents a share, beating estimates of 1 cent a share. But the company reported $595 million in sales, below estimates for $616 million. Its shares dropped in extended-hours trading.

Gap - The retailer gave third-quarter sales guidance to be in the range of 70 cents to 71 cents a share, above estimates of 66 cents a share. Its shares rose in extended-hours trading.

Monster Beverage - The company reported earnings of 53 cents a share on revenue of $590 million, missing estimates of 57 cents a share on sales of $602 million. Shares dropped after-hours.

Sprouts Farmers Market - The company reported earnings of 13 cents a share on $633 million in revenue, topping estimates of 10 cents a share on sales of $620 million. Its shares fell in after-hours trading after the company said it had filed to sell as much as 22.5 million shares of its common stock by affiliates of Apollo Global management and other stockholders.

Arena Pharmaceuticals - Shares jumped in extended-hours trading after it announced an expanded marketing deal with Eisai for its diet-drug Belviq.

CORRECTION: This story has been revised to show that Sprouts Farmers Market has filed to sell as much as 22.5 million shares of its common stock.

—By CNBC's Kate Gibson

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