Stocks to Watch: FB, MS, SBUX & More

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

Morgan Stanley - Facebook's lead underwriter is now lending out the social-networking giant's shares to sell short, sources told CNBC. Shares of both companies were narrowly mixed in extended-hours trading. Facebook closed below $26 in the regular trading session. (Click here for extended-hours quotes.)

Starbucks signed a five-year deal with Coinstar for thousands of Seattle's Best Coffee kiosks, according to a report. Shares of both companies edged higher in extended-hours trading. (Click here for after-hours quotes.)

Lee Enterprises - Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway disclosed a 1.7 million share stake in the newspaper company, according to a special 13-F filing. Shares surged in extended-hours trading. (Click here for after-hours quote.)

MasterCard - The credit-card provider's board granted $1.5 billion in share repurchases, in an effort to boost shareholder value. The company edged higher in extended-hours trading. (Click here for after-hours quote.)

Mattress Firm - The mattress store chain posted earnings of 31 cents a share, excluding one-time items, topping expectations for 25 cents a share. But the company missed revenue expectations. The firm also raised its full-year earnings guidance, but was still below estimates, sending shares tumbling in extended-hours trading. The company went public last November. (Click here for after-hours quote.)

—By CNBC’s JeeYeon Park (Follow JeeYeon on Twitter: @JeeYeonParkCNBC)

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