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After-hours buzz: Analog Devices, YUM, Canadian Solar & more

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Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday:

Electronic parts maker Analog Devices popped more than 6 percent after the company reported fiscal-third-quarter earnings. Revenue climbed 19 percent to $863 million from a year ago, while earnings increased to 68 cents a share from 57 cents.

Restaurant operator YUM Brands jumped about 3 percent in extended-hours trading after it , succeeding Sam Su who will retire from the position as well as the company's board.

Canadian Solar shares fell about 8 percent after the energy products manufacturer handed in adjusted profit of 31 cents a share on $637 million in revenue, which beat estimates, but the company issued weak revenue guidance.

Weibo inched up about 3 percent after the Chinese social-media provider reported earnings of 5 cents a share on $107.8 million in sales.

UDR, a real estate investment trust, announced a public offering of 2.9 million shares. It plans to use the proceeds for working capital, among other purposes. The stock was down about 2 percent after the announcement.