After-hours buzz: Palo Alto Networks, Workday & more

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Scott Mlyn | CNBC

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

Amgen - The biotech drug developer dropped in extended-hours trading after it said it was halting late-stage trials of its treatment for gastric cancer because patients who used it were more likely to die.

Brocade Communications Systems - The networking company slipped in after-hours trading after reporting fiscal fourth-quarter results.

Loral Space & Communications - The publicly traded shell company that owns a majority stake in Telesat Holdings gained in extended-hours trading after Bloomberg News reported Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan and Public Sector Pension Investment Board are close to a $7 billion deal for Telesat, a Canadian satellite company.

Nuance Communications - The provider of voice and language technology gained in after-hours trading after posting strong fourth-quarter results.

Palo Alto Networks - The maker of networking-security equipment fell in extended-hours trading after reporting fiscal first-quarter results.

Workday - The maker of cloud-based HR software declined in after-hours trading after reporting losses widened in the third quarter.

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