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After-hours buzz: Sonic, Lexmark, Hertz & more

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday:

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Sonic - The drive-in restaurant operator reported adjusted fiscal second-quarter earnings of 13 cents a share on $126 million in revenue, versus expectations of 12 cents a share on $123 million in revenue. Shares rose more than 1 percent in extended trading.

Lexmark - The laser printer manufacturer said it would purchase software maker Kofax in a deal valued at about $1 billion. It's expected to close during the second quarter. Kofax shares shot up some 45 percent after the announcement, while Lexmark shares rose about 6 percent.

Hertz - The car rental provider said it may be delisted by the NYSE because of filing issues. Shares declined about 1 percent in after-hours trading.

Steelcase - The stock edged higher after the office furniture maker reported fourth-quarter earnings of 21 cents a share, topping estimates by a penny, while revenue of $750 million missed expectations of $768 million.

Novavax - Shares declined about 3 percent after the biopharmaceutical firm proposed a public offering of $175 million shares of common stock.

HealthEquity - The company, which provides services for health care accounting, reported adjusted fourth-quarter earnings of 4 cents a share compared to a loss of 12 cents a share a year ago, while revenue rose 45 percent to $24.9 million. Shares edged higher after the announcement.