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After-hours buzz: Annie's, Express, Splunk & more

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

Annie's - The distributor of natural foods dropped in after-hours trading after posting fourth-quarter results that disappointed.

Express - The retail apparel chain lowered its full-year outlook and projected second-quarter earnings below expectations. Its shares fell in after-hours trading.

Lions Gate Entertainment - The film studio reported fourth-quarter adjusted earnings of 42 cents on $721.9 million in revenue, versus expectations of per-share profit of 40 cents and sales of $824 million. Shares fell in after-hours trading.

Salesforce.com - The cloud-based business and software vendor and Microsoft are forming a partnership intended to connect Salesforce's applications and platform to Microsoft Office and Windows.

Splunk - The software company reported fiscal first-quarter earnings and revenue that beat estimates, but its yearly revenue outlook disappointed, with shares declining in after-hours trading.

SunEdison - The solar company gained in after-hours trading after filing for an initial public offering for its anticipated solar project spinoff, TerraForm Power, which will trade under the symbol TERP.

—By CNBC's Kate Gibson

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