After-hours buzz: Google, Expedia, Gigamon & More

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

A. Schulman - The supplier of plastic compounds reported second-quarter earnings per share of 39 cents, excluding items, on $588.5 million in revenue, versus estimates of EPS of 33 cents on $575 million in sales. Its shares rose in after-hours trade.

Gigamon - Shares declined sharply in after-hours trade after the networking-hardware company lowered its revenue expectations for the latest quarter, saying it now expects sales of between $31 million to $31.5 million, below its prior guidance of $34 million to $35 million.

Google - Shares fell in after-hours trade after Bloomberg reported the online search company had licensed hotel booking software from Expedia-backed Room 77. Shares of Expedia rose in after-hours trade.

Zep - The producer of cleaning chemicals gained in after-hours trade after reporting second-quarter earnings.

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