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After-hours buzz: NetApp, Solera, L Brands & more

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Lucas Jackson | Reuters

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday:

NetApp shares fell about 2 percent after the data storage provider reported adjusted earnings of 29 cents a share on $1.34 billion in revenue, a decrease from earnings of 60 cents a share on $1.49 billion in sales a year ago.

L Brands, the parent company of Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works, said profit rose 8 percent annually to 68 cents a share and boosted its guidance for the current quarter. The stock inched higher after the announcement.

Shares of automobile software maker Solera rose slightly on a Bloomberg report that said it had approached buyout firms about the possible sale of the company.

Natural and organic food distributor United Natural saw its shares jump more than 3 percent after it reported preliminary fourth-quarter results and raised its guidance for the fiscal year. It expects sales of between $2.06 billion and $2.07 billion, slightly above analysts' expectations of $2.05 billion. Adjusted earnings are expected to come in at between 72 cents and 73 cents a share, which meets current Wall Street forecasts of 72 cents a share.