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After-hours buzz: FireEye, Groupon, Walt Disney & more

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

Activision Blizzard - The video-game publisher posted second-quarter earnings per share of 6 cents on $658 million in revenue, beating estimates of EPS of 2 cents on $608 million in sales. Shares rose in after-hours trading.

FireEye - The provider of cloud-computing security tallied a second-quarter earnings per share loss of 55 cents, excluding items, on $94.5 million in revenue, versus estimates of an EPS loss of 60 cents on $90 million in sales. Shares rose in after-hours trading.

First Solar - The maker of solar panels reported an 86-percent decline in quarterly profit, with its shares sliding in after-hours trading.

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Groupon - The online provider of daily deals reported second-quarter earnings per share of a penny on $752 million in revenue, versus expectations of EPS of 1 cent on $762 million in sales. Shares fell in after-hours trading.

Take-Two Interactive Software - The video-game publisher posted first-quarter revenue that beat expectations. Its shares fell in after-hours trading.

Twenty-First Century Fox - The media and entertainment conglomerate withdrew its proposal to acquire Time Warner, with shares of the former rising and the latter declining in after-hours trading.

Walt Disney - The entertainment conglomerate posted earnings per share of $1.28, excluding items, on $12.47 billion in revenue, compared to an expected EPS of $1.17 on $12.16 billion in sales. Shares edged higher in after-hours trading.

—By CNBC's Kate Gibson.

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