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After-hours buzz: Yelp, Glu Mobile, Baidu & more

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
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Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

Take a look at some of Wednesday's after-hours buzz:

Yelp plunged more than 15 percent in extended trade after the consumer review website reported lower-than-expected quarterly revenue.

Glu Mobile leaped 22 percent in after-hours trade following a positive earnings report. The $582 million market-cap firm also announced that Alibaba-rival Tencent has agreed to purchase 21 million shares of Glu's common stock. The developer of free-to-play game apps announced it will partner with Britney Spears on a new game.

Baidu fell more than 2.5 percent in after-hours trade after reporting a miss on revenue and light guidance on second-quarter revenue. The Chinese search engine giant did beat earnings per share estimates.

Marriott declined sharply in extended-hours trade after reporting earnings that beat on revenue that missed. The luxury hotel chain also announced that comparable company-operated house profit margins increased 120 basis points in both North America and worldwide. However, gross margins were just shy of the full-year margin target.

Boston Beer fell 3.5 percent in extended-hours trade, reversing an initial gain on earnings that beat on both the top and bottom lines. The maker of Samuel Adams beer attributed the gains to shipment increases and slightly improved gross margins.

Equinix jumped more than 5 percent in after-hours trade after the global data center and interconnection firm raised guidance on its 2015 annual revenue and earnings.

LifeLock spiked more than 4 percent in extended-hours trade after the identity theft protection firm reported record quarterly revenue and record gross new members. Revenue for the first quarter of 2015 was $134.4 million, an increase of 25 percent from the same period last year, the company said in a release.

DexCom, the producer of a glucose monitoring device for diabetics, fell more than 4 percent in extended-hours trade despite reporting unaudited results for the first quarter that reported a 55 percent increase in total revenue from the first quarter last year, as well as a similar increase in total gross profit.

Apple fell about half a percent in after-hours trade on a report the iPhone maker found defects in a "key component" of its new Apple Watch, Dow Jones reported, citing sources.