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After-hours buzz: AIG, Oxford Industries & more

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

American International Group - The insurer named Peter Hancock CEO, effective Sept. 1. Hancock succeeds Robert Benmosche, who was expected to resign from the AIG board and assume an advisory role. Its shares fell in after-hours trading.

NCI Building Systems - The maker of metal products for commercial construction reported a second-quarter earnings per share loss of 7 cents on $305.8 million in revenue. Analysts had estimated an EPS loss of 4 cents on $313 million in sales. Its shares fell in after-hours trading.

Oxford Industries - The apparel company tallied first-quarter earnings per share of 94 cents, excluding items, on $257.6 million in revenue. Analysts had estimated EPS of 87 cents on $255 million in sales. Its shares declined in after-hours trading.

Synaptics - The provider of human interface solutions for electronic devices said it would acquire Renesas SP Drivers for $475 million. Its shares jumped in after-hours trading.

Ulta Salon, Cosmetics & Fragrance - The beauty retailer posted first-quarter earnings per share of 77 cents on $713.8 million in revenue, compared to expectations of EPS of 74 cents on $700 million in sales. Shares rallied in after-hours trading.

United Natural Foods - The distributor of food and other products tallied third-quarter earnings per share of 73 cents on $1.78 billion in revenue. Analysts anticipated EPS of 73 cents on $1.78 billion in sales. Shares edged lower in after-hours trading.

—By CNBC's Kate Gibson

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