After-hours buzz: Gamestop, Gap, Aeropostale & more

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

Gap - Shares moved higher after the apparel maker beat earnings estimates by a penny and revenue topped expectations, boosted by firm sales at its low-priced Old Navy business. The company also announced that it plans to open stores in India.

Gamestop - The stock rallied after the videogame retailer said its second-quarter revenue jumped to $1.73 billion, up 25 percent from a year ago, lifted by solid Sony Playstation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One sales.

Intuit - Shares tumbled in after-hours trading after the financial solutions software provider posted an unexpected quarterly loss of 1 cent per share, missing Street projections for earnings of 7 cents per share, as it shifts its focus to cloud computing.

Salesforce.com - The software provider posted earnings of 13 cents per share, topping expectations by a penny, while revenue came in at $1.32 billion, versus expectations of $1.29 billion. It also raised its full-year guidance.

Aeropostale - The struggling teen retailer beat earnings and revenue expectations, but it projected a wider-than-expected fiscal fourth-quarter loss, sending shares nearly 10 percent lower in after-hours trading.

Brocade - The networking equipment maker posted fiscal third-quarter earnings of 23 cents per share on $545 million in revenue, surpassing Street expectations of 19 cents per share on $535 million in sales. The stock rose after the bell.

—By CNBC's Karma Allen

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