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Check out which companies are making headlines after-the-bell Monday:

Netflix - The online movie streaming company posted a loss of 8 centsa share on revenue of $870 million. Analysts had expected a loss of 27 cents on sales of $866 million. Still, shares plunged sharply in after-hours trading, hurt by worries over the company's subscriber rate outlook, according to Citigroup. (Click for after-hour quotes)

Texas Instruments - The chipmaker reported a profit of 32 cents a share on revenue of $3.12 billion, beating estimatesthat called for earnings of 29 cents a share on sales of $3.06 billion. Meanwhile, the firm handed in earnings guidance of between 36 cents a share and 44 cents a share, excluding one-time items, mostly in line with estimates for 40 cents a share. Shares climbed in after-hours trading. (Click for after-hour quotes)

Walmex - Mexico's Wal-Mart de Mexico posted worse-than-expected earnings. This comes after bribery allegationsat the affiliate surfaced over the weekend.

Ameriprise Financial - The firm posted earnings that topped estimates, and boosted its quarterly dividend for the third time in the last year, sending shares higher in after-hours trading. (Click for after-hour quotes)

Zions Bancorp - The regional bank posted a higher quarterly profit of $25.5 million, or 14 cents a share, up from $14.8 million, or 8 cents a share last year. The bank added it plans to repay the remaining bailout money it owes the government in the latter half of 2012. (Click for after-hour quotes)

Big Lots - The retailer's stock plunged after the firm announced it is slashing its first-quarter U.S. same-store sales expectations. "U.S. comp store sales were on plan for the first six weeks of the quarter. However, sales compared to plan began to slow in late March and trends have further softened as we move through the month of April," according to the company's press release. (Click for after-hour quotes)

LinkedIn - Pipar Jaffray initiated coverage of the social networking site with an "overweight" rating and a $130 price target. The stock, which closed lower, edged slightly higher in after-hours trading. (Click for after-hour quotes)

Societe Generale initiated coverage on a handful of energy companies including Cabot Oil & Gas , Range Resources and QEP Resources with a "buy" rating. (Click for after-hour quotes)

Celanese - The global tech and specialty materials company announced it will raise its quarterly dividend by 25 percent to $0.075 from $0.06. (Click for after-hour quotes)

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