After-hours buzz: Bank of America, Nike, Zynga & more

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Scott Mlyn | CNBC

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

Bank of America - The bank dropped in extended-hours trading after adjusting its third-quarter earnings per share loss to 4 cents because of a $400 million litigation expense.

First Solar - The maker of solar panels reported a quarterly profit of $88.4 million, or 87 cents a share. Excluding a one-time tax benefit, the company earnings totaled 61 cents a share. Analysts had expected EPS of 64 cents, excluding one-time items. Its shares declined in after-hours trading.

Gap - The clothing retailer gained in after-hours trading after offering a bullish outlook.

King Digital Entertainment - The maker of mobile games advanced in after-hours trading after tallying better-than-expected third-quarter revenue.

Nike - The maker of athletic footwear and apparel was little moved in after-hours trading after Dow Jones reported that Minnesota Vikings player Adrian Peterson was "no longer a Nike athlete" after the professional football player pleaded no contest to misdemeanor reckless assault on Tuesday.

Walt Disney - The entertainment conglomerate posted earnings per share of 89 cents on $12.39 billion in revenue, compared to an expected EPS of 89 cents on $12.37 in sales. Its shares slid in after-hours trading.

Zynga - The online-game developer reported an adjusted earnings per share loss of 1 cent on $175 million in revenue, versus an expected EPS loss of 1 cent on $172 million in sales. Shares rose in after-hours trading.

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