After-hours buzz: Intel, Regal, Schlumberger & more

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

Intel - The chipmaker reported quarterly earnings and revenue that topped forecasts, but its first-quarter margin and revenue guidance came in slightly light. The stock was last down about 1 percent in after-hours trading.

Schlumberger - Shares of the oil-related equipment maker edged higher after beating earnings expectations by 5 cents and missing revenue expectations.

Regal Entertainment - The stock edged lower after the theater operator announced that it had decided against the sale of the company as it "would not be in the best interest of its shareholders at this time."

Depomed - The pharmaceutical firm said it would acquire the U.S. rights to Johnson & Johnson's Nucynta, an opioid pain drug franchise, in a deal for $1.05 billion, according to Reuters. Shares rose more than 6 percent on the news.

Range Resources - The company forecasts full year 2014 production growth of 24, sending shares up about 2 percent in extended trading.

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