After-hours buzz: Oracle, Smith & Wesson & more

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Adam Jeffery | CNBC

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

Family Dollar Stores - The discount chain gained after shareholder Carl Icahn said in a letter to the company that it should put itself up for sale immediately. Shares gained in after-hours trading.

Oracle - The supplier of business software tallied fourth-quarter adjusted earnings per share of 92 cents on $11.32 billion in revenue, compared to estimates of EPS of 95 cents on $11.48 billion in sales. Shares fell in after-hours trading.

Smith & Wesson Holding - The gun manufacturer posted fourth-quarter earnings per share of 44 cents on $170.4 million. Expectations called for EPS of 39 cents on $164 million in sales. Shares fell in after-hours trading on a weak outlook.

Tibco Software - The provider of middleware and infrastructure software reported second-quarter earnings per share of 14 cents, excluding items, on $252.3 million in revenue, versus estimated EPS of 14 cents on $252 million in sales.

—By CNBC's Kate Gibson

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