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After-hours buzz: Microsoft, Amazon.com & More

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

Microsoft - The software giant on Thursday unveiled an Office suite designed for Apple's iPad. Its shares were little changed in after-hours trade.

Amazon.com - Dow Jones cited sources in reporting the online retailer would offer a free advertising-supported streaming TV and music service. Its shares edged higher in after-hours trade. Shares of Netflix, which offers subscription online shows and films, fell in after-hours trading.

Oxford Industries - The apparel company posted fourth-quarter adjusted earnings per share of 89 cents on $250.4 million in revenue. Estimates called for EPS of 86 cents on $250 million in sales. It also hiked its quarterly dividend to 21 cents from 18 cents. Its shares were flat in after-hours trading.

Red Hat - The provider of open-source software tallied fourth-quarter earnings per share of 39 cents, excluding items, on $400.4 million in revenue. Estimates called for EPS of 37 cents on $399 million in sales. Its shares jumped in after-hours trading.

Restoration Hardware Holdings - The supplier of high-end household goods reported fourth-quarter earnings per share of 83 cents, excluding items, on $471.7 million in revenue. Analysts expected EPS of 83 cents on $493.1 million in sales. The company's first-quarter guidance topped expectations, with its shares rising in after-hours trading.

—By CNBC's Kate Gibson.

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