After-hours buzz: Guess, Workday, Lear & more

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

Guess? - Shares plunged after the apparel retailer missed earnings and revenue projections. Guess also said it expects third-quarter and full-year EPS to come in well below Wall Street estimates.

Williams-Sonoma - The home furnishing retailer's second-quarter earnings and revenue results were in line with expectations, but shares tumbled after it projected third-quarter earnings of between 58 cents and 63 cents per share. Analysts were looking for third-quarter earnings of 66 cents per share. Shares fell more than 11 percent in extended-hours trading.

Workday - The stock edged higher after the cloud software maker handily beat the Street's earnings forecast, helped by a 77 percent increase in subscription sales. Workday also raised its revenue forecast.

Lear Corp - The maker of automotive parts agreed to acquire auto leather provider Eagle Ottawa in a deal valued at $850 million in an attempt to boost its auto seats business. Shares moved modestly higher on the news.

China Recycling Energy - The maker of renewable energy equipment said its chairman and CEO will buy 13.8 million shares of common stock, sending shares as much as 18 percent higher after hours in heavier trading volume.

Sungy Mobile - Shares of the small-cap mobile app firm fell more than 20 percent in after-hours trading after reporting second-quarter results.

—By CNBC's Karma Allen

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