Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday:
Biotech company Amgen beat estimates by 14 cents with adjusted second-quarter earnings of $2.57 a share, while revenue came in at $5.37 billion, topping estimates of $5.32 billion. Shares rose about 2 percent after the announcement.
Gamemaker Electronic Arts saw its shares fall 5 percent, although it beat earnings and revenue estimates and raised its full-year guidance.
Expedia shares gained about 7 percent after the online travel servicer reported adjusted second-quarter earnings of 89 cents a share, 4 cents above Wall Street's estimates, while sales were in line.
Professional networking site LinkedIn handed in adjusted earnings of 55 cents a share, 83 percent above expectations, on revenue of $712 million, which beat estimates of $680 million. However, the stock fell about 7 percent after hours, paring earlier gains.
Tempur Sealy, which manufactures mattresses and other bedding products, reported adjusted profit of 53 cents per share, up 36 percent from a year ago, while revenue increased 7 percent to $764 million. Shares rose about 2 percent in extended trading.
FireEye shares tumbled 6 percent after it said its chief financial officer was leaving to join a private company. The virtual security provider also handed in a narrower-than-expected loss of 41 cents a share on revenue of $147 million, which also topped estimates.
Shares of Outerwall, the company behind Redbox and Coinstar kiosks, plunged about 10 percent after it missed revenue estimates, although earnings beat.