Check out the company making headlines after the bell on Thursday:
Restoration Hardware — shares rose more than 8 percent in after-hours trade after the home furnishings company reported fiscal second-quarter adjusted earnings of 44 cents a share, soundly topping the expected 29 cent estimate from Reuters. Revenue also beat expectations at $543.4 million versus the $511.4 million estimate. The firm maintained guidance for the year.
Williams Cos. — shares were 4 percent lower in after-hours trade amid a Reuters report, citing a source, that said oil and gas pipeline company Enterprise Products Partners withdrew Thursday a takeover bid made in late August for Williams. Enterprise shares were more than 1.5 percent higher
Korn Ferry — the executive search company reported adjusted fiscal first-quarter earnings of 52 cents a share, one cent below estimates of analysts polled by Reuters. Total revenue of $392.9 million topped expectations and marked a 40 percent increase from the same period last year. Guidance for second-quarter adjusted earnings matched expectations. Shares were more than 1.5 percent higher in after-hours trade.
Finisar — the fiber optic company posted fiscal first-quarter earnings that beat on both the top and bottom line, and gave revenue guidance for the second quarter above expectations. Shares were more than 11 percent higher in after-hours trade.
Finisar reported adjusted quarterly earnings of 38 cents a share, topping the estimate of 30 cents, on revenue of $341.3 million that beat the $332.8 million estimate. Fiscal second-quarter revenue guidance was $355 million to $375 million, versus the $342 million consensus Reuters forecast.