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After-hours buzz: Gap, Zumiez, Diamond Foods & more

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday:

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VeriFone Systems - The maker of electronic payment devices reported adjusted second-quarter earnings of 44 cents a share on $490 million in sales, topping Street estimates of 42 cents a share on $489 million in revenue. Shares dropped about 2 percent in extended trading.

Zumiez - The sports apparel maker handed in fiscal-first-quarter earnings that were in line with estimates, but sales figures missed. The company also gave weak second-quarter revenue guidance. Shares fell as much as 13 percent after being halted and were last down about 9 percent.

Gap - Comparable-store sales fell 1 percent in May, which was better than the 2.7 percent decline analysts recently expected, according to estimates from Consensus Metrix. The stock was slightly higher after the announcement.

Diamond Foods - The stock rose about 3 percent after the packaged goods distributor beat easily beat profit expectations and raised its full-year earnings guidance. Revenue, however, missed forecasts.

Zoe's Kitchen - The restaurant operator's shares gained about 3 percent after it reported a surprise quarterly profit. The company posted fiscal-first-quarter earnings of 4 cents a share, versus projections for a loss of 1 cent, while revenue rose 36 percent to $63 million, also beating estimates.