After-hours buzz:Baker Hughes, Nordstrom & more

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

Applied Materials - The maker of semiconductor equipment declined in after-hours trading after its first-quarter guidance came in on the weak side.

Baker Hughes - The provider of services to oil producers gained in after-hours trade after Dow Jones reported Halliburton was in talks to acquire Baker Hughes. Competitor Weatherford International also gained in after-hours trading.

Nordstrom - The apparel retailer reported earnings per share of 73 cents on $3.14 billion in revenue, topping an expected EPS of 71 cents on $3.10 billion in sales. The company also cut its full-year outlook. Its shares rose in after-hours trading.

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TubeMogul - The provider of enterprise software for digital branding surged in after-hours trade after hiking its full-year guidance.

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