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Stocks to Watch: MSFT, GS & More

Track companies making headlines after-the-bell Thursday:

Microsoft - The software giant reported earningsof 60 cents a share on revenue of $17.4 billion. Analysts had expected earnings of 57 cents a share on revenue of $17.18 billion. Microsoft's shares were higher in after-hours trading. (Click for after-hours quotes)

Capital One - The credit-card provider reported earnings of $1.56 a share, excluding one-time items, in line with estimates, on revenue of $4.93 billion. Analysts had expected sales of $4.37 billion. (Click for after-hours quotes)

Goldman Sachs - California federal prosecutors are investigating a Goldman Sachs employeefor allegedly passing on tips to Raj Rajaratnam, former hedge fund manager and founder of the Galleon Group. Stocks in question include Apple and Intel . The employee continues to work at Goldman Sachs. (Click for after-hours quotes)

SanDisk - The chipmaker posted earnings of 63 cents a share, excluding one-time shares on revenue of $1.21 billion. The company added that it expects to see lower pricing and demand weakness continue through the second quarter. Shares fluctuated in after-hours trading. (Click for after-hours quotes)

AMD - The semiconductor maker reported earningsof 12 cents a share on revenue of $1.59 billion. Analysts had expected earnings of 9 cents a share on revenue of $1.56 billion. (Click for after-hours quotes)

Chipotle - The restaurant chain gained in after-hours trading, recovering some of the session's losses, after it posted quarter results that beat estimates. Chipotle reported a profit of $1.97 a share, on revenue of $641 million, topping expectations of $1.93 a share on earnings and sales of $631 million. The company also added that it expects to see mid-single digit same-store sales growth and food inflation this year. (Click for after-hours quotes)

Tempur-Pedic - The mattress manufacturer posted earnings of 86 cents a share on revenue of $384.4 million. However, the firm handed in a disappointing guidance, sending the stock tumbling in after-hours trading. (Click for after-hours quotes)

Riverbed - The network gear maker's earnings fell due to higher costs, pushing shares lower in after-hours trading. The company said it earned 20 cents a share, excluding one-time items on revenue of $182 million. Shares were sharply lower in after-hours trading. (Click for after-hours quotes)

Starbucks - The coffeehouse chain announced it will stop using a red dye in its drinks that is made from crushed bugs. (Click for after-hours quotes)

DirecTV - The satellite service provider announced a 40 percent price cut to its NFL package to existing customers in an aim to increase subscriptions similar to last year's promotion that offered the same package for free to new customers, according to reports. (Click for after-hours quotes)

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