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After-hours buzz: Potbelly, Herbalife & More

Source: Potbelly | Facebook

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

Analog Devices - The makers of integrated circuits posted first-quarter earnings of 49 cents a share on revenue of $628 million. Analysts had estimated EPS of 48 cents on revenue of $629 million. Analog projected current-quarter revenue and profit above estimates. Its shares were up in after-hours trading.

Potbelly - Shares declined in extended-hours trading after the sandwich shop operator reported fourth-quarter earnings of $75 million versus an estimate of $76 million.

Herbalife - The seller of nutritional supplements reported adjusted fourth-quarter EPS of $1.28 excluding items on $1.27 billion in revenue. Analysts had expected EPS of $1.25 on revenue of $1.25 billion. The company forecast first-quarter EPS of $1.25 to $1.29, against an estimate of $1.35. Its shares rose in after-hours trading.

Panera Bread - Shares of the bakery-cafe franchise operator fell after it issued weak first-quarter guidance.

La-Z-Boy - The furniture seller's shares were hit in after-hours trading after the company posted weaker-than-expected third-quarter earnings and sales.

Nabors Industries -The oilfield services and drilling company said its profit climbed after a year-earlier charge for discontinued operations. Its shares rose in after-hours trading.

—By CNBC's Kate Gibson

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