After-hours buzz: Alcoa, RadioShack, Ford & more

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

Alcoa - The metals maker beat analysts' expectations on the top and bottoms lines as it saw growth in its downstream aerospace and automotive markets. Shares were up more than 1 percent in extended trading.

RadioShack - The stock rose about 5 percent after Dow Jones reported that Salus Capital had offered the struggling company $500 million in turnaround financing. RadioShack did not comment on the report.

Synnex - The company reported fourth-quarter earnings that topped Wall Street earnings and revenue expectations, sending shares around 5 percent higher in after-hours trading.

Brixmor Property - The retail REIT announced a secondary offering of 17.5 million shares of common stock. The stock fell about 2 percent after the announcement.

Ford Motor - CEO Mark Fields called 2015 a "breakthrough year" and said the automaker had a major opportunity to regain the market share it lost last year, Dow Jones reported. The stock edged higher in extended trading.

Wolverine World Wide - The footwear designer's stock slipped about 3 percent after it said it expects 2015 earnings to come in roughly flat with last year, citing currency headwinds and pension expense.

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