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Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell:

Home DepotThe home improvement retailer earned an adjusted $1.12 per share for the latest quarter, missing estimates by a penny a share. Revenue was in line with estimates, as was a 5.2 percent increase in same-store sales. Home Depot had a $28 million expense for the recent data breach, and said it can't yet estimate the total cost of the breach.

Electronic ArtsBarclays initiated coverage of the video game maker's stock with an "overweight rating," noting the tailwinds provided by a console upgrade cycle as well as improving structural trends.

Medtronic—The medical device maker matched estimates with adjusted quarterly profit of 96 cents per share, with revenue also in line. The company also said its full-year revenue is coming at the upper end of its forecasts.

Dick's Sporting Goods—The retailer matched estimates on both the top and bottom line, although its same store sales increase of 1.7 percent was slightly below forecasts.

Macy'sBank of America Merrill Lynch downgraded the retailer's stock to "neutral" from "buy," saying its bullish thesis had played out and noting slower earnings growth.

Urban Outfitters—The apparel retailer reported quarterly profit of 35 cents per share, 6 cents below estimates, though revenue did beat forecasts. The company said it was disappointed by the results at the Urban Outfitters brand, although the company's Anthropologie and Free People units posted strong results.

Agilent Technologies—Agilent missed estimates by 1 cent with adjusted quarterly profit of 88 cents per share, with revenue in line. The testing equipment maker's forward guidance is somewhat light as well, although its recent results have been impacted largely by expenses related to the spinoff of Keysight Technologies, now a separate publicly traded company.

Zoetis—The maker of animal health products announced a $500 million stock buyback program.

GoPro—GoPro is selling 10.4 million shares in a secondary offering, with CEO Nicholas Woodman selling four million of those shares.

Xilinx—The maker of programmable semiconductors announced a new $800 million stock buyback.

SunEdison and TerraForm Power—The solar power provider and its Terraform unit are buying privately held First Wind for $2.4 billion dollars. The solar power companies expect the deal for the wind power producer to close in the first quarter of 2015.

IBM—The technology company won a $1.25 billion outsourcing contract from German airline Lufthansa. The deal will see IBM take over Lufthansa's technology services division.

Toyota—The automaker will introduce its first mass market hydrogen fueled car next month. The vehicle, to be known as the Mirai, will go on sale in Japan in mid-December, and debut in the U.S. and Europe during the fourth quarter of 2015.

Sony—The company wants to increase revenue from movies and television by more than one-third over the next three years, according to newly unveiled plans.

Intel—The chip maker plans to combine its personal computing and mobile semiconductor groups, according to the Wall Street Journal. The changes would take effect early next year.

By CNBC's Peter Schacknow

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CORRECTION: This story was updated to show that Home Depot reported earnings excluding items of $1.12 a share, missing analysts' estimates of $1.13 a share.