After-hours buzz: HPE, PLAY, COUP & more

Pedestrians walk on Wall Street near the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York.
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Pedestrians walk on Wall Street near the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York.

Check out the companies making headlines after the bell:

Shares of Dave & Buster's fell more than 5 percent during extended trading after the company offered weak same-store sales guidance and reported second quarter revenue that missed Wall Street estimates.

Coupa Software's stock rose more than 8 percent after hours after the company reported a second quarter loss of 10 cents per share, 9 cents better than forecast. The company also posted better-than-estimated revenue.

Duluth Holdings' shares rose nearly 9 percent after hours. The company's revenue and earnings topped estimates for the second quarter.

Shares of Hewlett Packard Enterprise jumped more than 5 percent in extended trading after the technology company posted revenue and earnings above Wall Street estimates.

MGM Resorts International's stock price increased more than 1.5 percent after hours. The company announced it would buy back $1 billion worth of stock and would sell the MGM National Harbor casino resort's real estate to MGM Growth Properties for $1.19 billion. MGM Resorts International will continue to operate the property, according to a press release.