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After-hours buzz: H&R Block, Dave & Buster's, Pep Boys & more

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday:

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H&R Block - The tax preparation provider reported full-year earnings of $1.17 a share, beating estimates, while revenue of $3.08 billion came in light of expectations. Initially higher, the stock fell about 2 percent in extended trading.

Dave & Buster's - Shares rose about 3 percent in light trading after the entertainment and gaming provider reported first-quarter earnings of 46 cents on revenue of $223 million, topping projections of 37 cents a share on sales of $216 million. The company also raised its full-year revenue outlook above Street expectations.

Pep Boys - The auto servicer said its first-quarter sales rose 0.6 percent to $542 million, while earnings soared to 22 cents a share from 3 cents a share a year ago. The stock jumped about 5 percent after-hours.

United Natural Foods - The organic and specialty foods distributor reported earnings of 83 cents a share on revenue of $2.11 billion, missing forecasts for 85 cents a share on $2.14 billion in revenue. United Natural also handed in disappointing full-year profit and sales guidance, sending the stock tumbling about 7 percent in extended trading.

Etsy - Tiger Global upped its passive stake in the e-commerce company to 8.9 percent from 6.4 percent earlier. Etsy shares rose about 2 percent in light trading, before turning flat.