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After-hours buzz: Salesforce, Avago, Workday & more

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

Scott Mlyn | CNBC - The software provider met Wall Street's fourth-quarter earnings expectations, sending its shares rallying more than 8 percent in after-hours trading. However, the company issued disappointing earnings guidance.

Avago Technologies - The semiconductor producer posted first-quarter profit of $2.09 a share on $1.66 billion in revenue, topping forecasts of $1.94 a share on $1.64 billion in sales. The stock rose some 5 percent in extended trading.

L Brands - The parent company of Victoria's Secret and Bath and Body Works saw shares fall about 3 percent in after-hours trading after it beat fourth-quarter earnings and sales projections but issued light current-quarter profit guidance.

Workday - Shares rose some 2 percent after the maker of employment-related software reported a fourth-quarter loss of 6 cents a share, in line with estimates, while revenue totaled $226 million, topping forecasts of $223 million. Workday also issued better-than-expected first-quarter revenue guidance.

Sprouts Farmers Market - The specialty retailer's shares fell about 2 percent after it issued better-than-expected results and appointed Doug Sanders, its president and chief executive officer, to its board.