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After-hours buzz: Cisco, CBS, NetApp & More

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

Cisco - The technology giant posted second-quarter earnings per share of 47 cents, excluding items, on revenue of $11.16 billion, versus estimates of EPS of 46 cents on $11.03 billion in revenue. It raised its quarterly dividend to 19 cents from 17 cents a share. Shares dipped in extended-hours trading.

CBS - The network reported fourth-quarter earnings per share of 78 cents, excluding items, on $3.91 billion in revenue, versus estimates of EPS of 76 cents on revenue of $3.82 billion. It also announced a $1.5 billion stock-buyback program. The shares jumped in extended-hours trading.

NetApp - The provider of data storage reported third-quarter adjusted earnings per share of 55 cents on $1.61 billion in revenue, against estimates of EPS of 71 cents on $1.627 billion in revenue. Its shares fell sharply in extended-hours trading.

Whole Foods Market - The high-end grocer reported first-quarter earnings per share of 42 cents on $4.24 billion in revenue, versus estimates of EPS of 44 cents on revenue of $4.29 billion. Its shares fell sharply in extended-hours trading.

Nvidia - The chipmaker reported fourth-quarter earnings per share of 32 cents on revenue of $1.14 billion, versus estimates of EPS of 18 cents on $1.053 billion in revenue. Its shares rose in after-hours trading.

Angie's List - Shares of the local services review site dropped sharply in after-hours trading following its report of weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings.

The Cheesecake Factory - The restaurant operator's shares fell in extended-hours trading after posting weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings.

—By CNBC's Kate Gibson

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