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After-hours buzz: King Digital, Fossil, JDS Uniphase & more

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

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King Digital - Shares of the "Candy Crush Saga" maker plunged as much as 22 percent after the firm reported earnings of 59 cents per share on $594 million in revenue and lowered its full-year guidance. Analysts had expected earnings of 59 cents per share on $608 million in revenue.

Fossil - The company handed in quarterly earnings of 98 cents per share on sales of $774 million, beating on the top and bottom lines. Wall Street had projected the global watch producer would earn 96 cents per share on sales of $771 million. Shares edged lower after the bell.

JDS Uniphase - The telecom firm beat Street expectations, but first-quarter earnings and revenue projections disappointed. Shares moved lower in extended-hours trading.

La Quinta - Shares of the hotel operator rose after the company submitted earnings of 13 cents per share on $262 million in revenue, versus expectations for 11 cents per share and revenue of $258 million.

Cree - The chip maker handed in mixed fiscal-fourth-quarter results, sending shares lower after the bell.

—By CNBC's Karma Allen

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