After-hours buzz: DirectTV, Bank of America, PTC & more

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

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

Pimco said its Total Return Fund saw an estimated $23.50 billion in outflows for September in the wake of Bill Gross' departure, sending the bond fund's shares lower in extended-hours trading.

DirectTV - The company struck a multiyear deal with the NFL to stream Sunday Ticket Live on mobile devices after weeks of negotiations. Shares rose more than 2 percent after the announcement.

Bank of America - Shares ticked higher after the financial provider said it elected Brian Moynihan chairman of its board of directors, succeeding Charles Holliday.

Portola Pharmaceuticals - The drug maker's shares slid almost 4 percent after having ended the regular trading session nearly 16 percent higher on news that its experimental drug reversed the anti-clotting effect of Eliquis, according to a late-stage study.

PTC - The software provider announced a corporate restructuring and said it expects fourth-quarter revenue to come above it previously expected range of between $340 million and $355 million. Shares edged higher after the bell.

Chesapeake Utilities - Share were little-changed after the company announced it sold its BravePoint subsidiary to Progressive Software for $12 million. Progressive shares moved higher.

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