Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
Internet firm Yahoo reported earnings of 15 cents a share, missing estimates by 2 cents, on $1.23 billion in revenue, versus Street forecasts of $1.26 billion. The stock was down about 1 percent after hours.
IRobot shares tumbled nearly 5 percent after the technology company beat third-quarter earnings estimates but missed on revenue. The robot manufacturer also reported light fourth-quarter guidance.
Intuitive Surgical, which manufactures robotic surgical products, saw its stock jump about 8 percent after it beat on the top and bottom lines.
Shares of IT services provider VMware were modestly lower after it reported better-than-expected quarterly results and announced a new cloud-services business as a part of a partnership with EMC. Shares of EMC were flat after the announcement.
LED and lighting products maker Cree beat on the top and bottom lines, but its earnings and revenue guidance came in light of expectations. Shares rose about 1 percent after hours.
Shortly before the closing bell, Bloomberg reported that Disney would cut as many as 350 jobs at its ESPN sports network. A formal announcement could be made as early as Wednesday, the report said, citing unnamed sources with knowledge of the matter. Disney shares inched lower in extended-hours trading.