Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell:
Vince Holding — The luxury fashion brand's stock traded more than 35 percent lower before the bell, still reeling from a disappointing earnings report and weak guidance.
Facebook — The social media giant made headlines after WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum said in a post that the messaging app now has 900 million monthly active users. Facebook acquired WhatsApp last year for more than $16 billion.
Royal Caribbean — The cruise operator's stock traded slightly lower before the bell after hiking its dividend by 25 percent to about 38 cents per share on Thursday.
Walt Disney — The media behemoth is trying to maximize profits from its new "Star Wars" merchandise, creating a new holiday called "Force Friday."
Cooper Cos. — The company posted third-quarter earnings and revenue above expectations, but also presented a weaker-than-expected forecast Thursday after the bell.
Gap — The apparel retailer posted a 2 percent decline in same-store sales for August across its brands, but Old Navy sales rose by 6 percent.
VeriFone Systems — The electronic payment device maker posted third-quarter earnings that beat analysts' expectations, but its current-quarter forecast came in light.
Chipotle Mexican Grill — The fast casual restaurant chain is battling a "Chubby Chipotle" campaign from Center for Consumer Freedom, a food industry group, according to Reuters. "These are agenda-driven people who are being backed by unknown parties," a company spokesman told Reuters.