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After-hours buzz: Expedia, GoPro & more

Outside GoPro headquarters on the day of the company's IPO
Justin Solomon | CNBC
Outside GoPro headquarters on the day of the company's IPO

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

Expedia - The online travel company reported earnings of $1.03 a share on $1.49 billion in revenue, compared with expectations of EPS of 76 cents on $1.44 billion in sales. Shares rose in after-hours trading.

GoPro - The maker of wearable cameras reported first-quarter earnings per share of 8 cents, excluding items, on $245 million in revenue, versus estimates of EPS of 6 cents on $238 million in sales. Its shares dropped in after-hours trading.

LinkedIn - The professional-networking site reported a 47 percent rise in quarterly revenue, with its shares climbing in after-hours trading.

Tesla Motors - The electric-car maker reported second-quarter earnings per share of 11 cents, excluding items, on $858 million in revenue, versus estimates calling for earnings, excluding items, of 4 cents on $811 million in sales. Shares gained in after-hours trading.

Western Union - The money-transfer company reported a 2 percent increase in quarterly profit, with shares edging higher in after-hours trading.

Live Nation Entertainment - The entertainment provider dropped in after-hours trading after reporting second-quarter results.

SunPower - The solar-panel maker reported a 30 percent drop in second-quarter profit, with shares falling in after-hours trading.

—By CNBC's Kate Gibson

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