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After-hours buzz: Arotech, Fossil, Masco & more

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

Arotech - The defense and security products and services company gained in after-hours trading after reporting first-quarter earnings that beat expectations.

China Lodging Group - The operator of a Chinese hotel chain rose in after-hours trading after reporting first-quarter revenue that surpassed expectations.

Fossil - The watch and accessories retailer reported first-quarter earnings per share of $1.22 on $776.5 million in revenue, versus expectations of EPS of $1.17 on $772 million in sales. Its shares slid in after-hours trading after the company lowered its earnings guidance, missing expectations.

Masco - The distributor of building products gained after Jefferies upgraded the stock to buy from hold.

Fossil (FOSL)
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Fossil (FOSL)

Take-Two Interactive - The electronic game publisher posted a 23 percent decline in revenue in its fiscal fourth quarter, but still topped expectations. It missed estimates for the current quarter and projected this year's profit below expectations, with its shares declining in after-hours trading.

URS - The provider of engineering, construction and technical services reported first-quarter GAAP earnings per share of 37 cents on $2.54 billion in revenue. Expectations called for EPS of 67 cents on $2.68 billion in sales. Its shares edged lower in after-hours trading.

—By CNBC's Kate Gibson

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