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After-hours buzz: Etsy, Zillow, Disney & more

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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday:

Media conglomerate Disney beat profit projections by 3 cents a share with earnings of $1.45 a share but missed revenue estimates. Shares fell about 5 percent after the announcement.

Activision Blizzard rose about 7 percent after the gamemaker beat on the top and bottom lines and raised its full-year earnings and revenue guidance.

Etsy, the online marketplace operator, beat second-quarter sales estimates and reported a narrower-than-expected loss. However, the stock tumbled about 14 percent after hours as it issued cautious third-quarter guidance and said it plans to increase marketing spending.

Cerner, which provides IT services for health care organizations, saw its stock fall 4 percent after it reported earnings of 52 cents a share on $1.29 billion in sales.

Filmmaker Dreamworks Animation's second-quarter results were better than expected, but the stock slid about 5 percent.

Energy provider First Solar's shares gained about 6 percent as profit surged to 93 cents a share from 4 cents a share a year ago. Sales rose to $896 million. Wall Street had expected profit of 93 cents a share on $752 million in sales.

Online real estate service provider Zillow beat on the top and bottom lines as revenue rose 20 percent from a year ago. The stock popped more than 8 percent after hours.