Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday:
Coca-Cola - The beverage maker said it expects to gain a "currency headwind" of 7 percent on 2014 results. Shares were flat in extended-hours trading.
Verifone - The payment solutions provider swung to a profit as adjusted earnings per share rose 5 percent from a year ago while revenue increased 13 percent. Shares fell nearly 2 percent after the news broke.
Yahoo - The media giant completed its acquisition of BrightRoll, a move it says will enhance overall earnings. The stock was flat in extended-hours trading.
Express Scripts - The stock edged higher after the company said its board had approved it to buy back as many as 65 million additional shares. The company also backed its previously announced full-year 2014 earnings projections.
WellCare - The healthcare provider named its operating chief, Kenneth A. Burdic, as CEO. The stock was flat in after-hours trading.
Casey's General - The retail chain said November same-store sales for grocery and other merchandise rose 4.7 percent. Shares were unchanged after the announcement.
Energy XXI - The smallcap oil and gas production company increased the size of its board to nine members, sending shares 2 percent higher.
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