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After-hours buzz: Agilent, Cisco, SeaWorld & More

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

Agilent Technologies - The provider of testing equipment forecast third-quarter earnings below analysts' expectations, with its shares falling slightly in extended-hours trading.

Cisco Systems - The technology giant reported third-quarter earnings per share of 51 cents, excluding items, on $11.55 billion in revenue, compared to estimates calling for ESP of 48 cents on $11.36 billion. Its shares climbed in after-hours trading. Cisco competitor Juniper Networks also gained.

Jack in the Box - The fast food chain reported second-quarter earnings per share of 51 cents, excluding items, on $340.9 million in revenue. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters had estimated a profit of 52 cents a share and revenue of $338.9 million. Its shares edged lower in after-hours trade.

NYSE EuroNext flag hangs outside the NYSE.
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NYSE EuroNext flag hangs outside the NYSE.

Sears Holdings - The retailer's shares were down in after-hours trading after Bloomberg reported its suppliers faced cutbacks from insurance providers.

SeaWorld Entertainment - The theme park operator reported a loss of $49.4 million, or 56 cents a share, with revenue declining to $212.3 million, versus expectations of a per share loss of 49 cents and revenue of $217 million. Its shares fell in after-hours trading.

—By CNBC's Kate Gibson.

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