Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
Tesla - The electric car maker announced it is starting a lease-to-own program for its Model S vehicles. U.S Bank and Wells Fargo will provide 10 percent down financing on a Model S purchase. Tesla shares edged higher in extended-hours trading.
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Zynga - The company announced it will will roll out two real-money versions of its casino and poker games in the UK over the next few days, marking the gaming giant's first offerings in the online gambling space. Shares jumped in extended-hours trading. (Read More: Is Virtual Reality the Next Big Thing in Gaming?)
Verizon - The wireless telecommunications company denied an earlier report that it is looking to partner with AT&T to acquire British cellphone company Vodafone. However, the Dow component said it would be a willing buyer of Vodafone's current 45-percent share of Verizon's wireless venture. Vodafone dropped in extended-hours trading.