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After-hours buzz: Avon, Oracle, Jabil, Hertz & more

Scott Mlyn | CNBC

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

Avon Products - The maker of beauty supplies agreed to pay $135 million to settle civil and criminal charges related to a bribery scheme involving its China unit.

GT Advanced Technologies - The company, which sought bankruptcy protection in October, said it believes it has settled a dispute with Apple. Its shares fell in after-hours trading.

Herman Miller - The maker of office furniture dropped in extended-hours trading after offering a downbeat outlook.

AK Steel - Shares soared after the company said it expects shipments to rise some 37 percent, quarter-over-quarter, citing recent acquisitions and strong auto demand. The stock was last up a more than 6 percent in extended-hours trading.

Jabil Circuit - The Apple supplier said it expects current-quarter revenue to come in above Wall Street estimates, boosted by impressive sales of Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 plus. The mobile casings maker also forecast for its sales to increase 53 percent during the second quarter, which ends Feb. 28. The stock jumped as much as 6 percent before cooling in after-hours trading.

Hertz - Shares rose nearly 4 percent after Carl Icahn disclosed that he purchased 2.63 million more shares of the holding company, upping his stake from 10.77 percent to 11.34 percent.

Oracle - The technology provider delivered quarterly earnings and revenue results that topped Street projections—halting a three-quarter losing streak. The stock was last up more than 4 percent in extended trading.

Herbalife - The stock edged lower after one of the company's top salesman said that most people who sell the company's weight loss and nutrition products are doomed to fail, according to Reuters.

Zoetis - The animal-health company raised its quarterly dividend by 15 percent.

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