Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
Clothing designer PVH posted adjusted second-quarter earnings of $1.37 a share on $1.86 billion in revenue, topping estimates of $1.29 a share on $1.82 billion in revenue. The company said it expects full-year earnings of between $6.90 a share and $7.00 a share, compared to estimates of $6.92 a share. The company, which also gave strong third-quarter earnings guidance, saw its shares rise about 5 percent in after-hours trading.
Guess handed in adjusted second-quarter profit of 21 cents a share on $546 million in sales, beating estimates of 15 cents a share on $538 million in revenue, but the apparel maker's guidance was poor. Shares were down about 5 percent after the bell.
Shares of specialty retailer Williams-Sonoma fell about 6 percent after it forecast third-quarter earnings and sales that were below estimates. For the second quarter, the company met expectations of 58 cents a share, on an adjusted basis, while revenue came in at $1.13 billion, beating estimates of $1.11 billion.
Chipmaker Avago Technologies reported adjusted third–quarter earnings of $2.24 a share on revenue of $1.74 billion. The stock gained about 2 percent after hours.
Workday, which makes human resources software, posted adjusted earnings of 2 cents a share on revenue of $282.7 million, topping Wall Street estimates. Shares were 4 percent lower after the bell.