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After-hours buzz: Microsoft, Starbucks, Visa & More

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

Amazon.com - The online retailer posted first-quarter earnings per share of 23 cents on $19.74 billion in revenue, compared to estimates calling for EPS of 23 cents on $19.43 billion. Its shares jumped in after-hours trading.

Read MoreAmazon shares climb after revenue tops expectations

Las Vegas Sands - The casino operator reported first-quarter adjusted earnings per share of 97 cents on $4.01 billion in revenue, versus estimates of EPS of 94 cents on $3.91 billion in sales. Its shares climbed in after-hours trading.

Microsoft - The software company reported third-quarter earnings per share of 68 cents on $20.40 billion in revenue. Analysts expected EPS of 63 cents on $20.39 billion in sales. Its shares rose in after-hours trade.

Read MoreMicrosoft earnings dip on slight decline in revenue

Pandora Media - The online radio provider reported a first-quarter earnings per share loss of 13 cents, excluding items, on $180 million in revenue, versus expectations of a loss of 14 cents per share on $175 million in sales. Its shares declined in after-hours trade.

Starbucks - The coffee retailer reported second-quarter earnings per share of 56 cents, excluding items, on $3.87 billion in revenue, versus expectations of EPS of 56 cents on $3.95 billion in sales. Its shares edged higher in after-hours trade.

Read MoreStarbucks earnings in line, but revenue trails

Visa - The card payment processor tallied second-quarter earnings per share of $2.20, excluding items, on $3.16 billion in revenue, versus expectations of EPS of $2.18 on $3.19 billion in sales. Its shares declined in after-hours trade.

—By CNBC's Kate Gibson.

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