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After-hours buzz: Williams-Sonoma, Salesforce, NetApp & more

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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: - The cloud computing giant's shares jumped about 5 percent after it topped earnings and revenue estimates.

L Brands - The company, whose brands include Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works, reported earnings of 61 cents a share, just a penny above estimates, while revenue trailed. Shares fell about 1 percent in extended trading.

NetApp - Shares tumbled more than 9 percent after the data management provider reported disappointing fiscal-fourth quarter results and boosted its quarterly dividend by 9 percent. It also forecast first-quarter earnings of between 20 cents and 25 cents, which was well below Wall Street expectations of 59 cents a share. In addition, NetApp said it plans to trim its global headcount by about 500 employees as a part of a restructuring deal.

Williams-Sonoma - The retailer's shares rose about 4 percent on better-than-expected first-quarter earnings and revenue results. It also said sales at comparable stores rose 4.6 percent, beating expectations of a rise of 3.1 percent. However, it expects its second-quarter results to come in weak, partly because of the West Coast port slowdown.

Synopsys - The software products maker fell more than 1 percent in extended trading after it reported adjusted second-quarter earnings of 68 cents a share on revenue of $557.2 million.