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.
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.