Check out the companies making headlines after the bell:
Intel shares fell 1 percent in extended trading, after CEO Brian Krzanich responded to allegations about the functioning of the company's chips. The chipmaker's taken heat throughout the past week after an industry blog reported a patch for a security flaw in some of its chips would hamper performance.
Krzanich said Google made Intel aware of the widespread security exploit a while back and that the companies had been working together to fix it. He also said high-level devices, like speakers and phones, could be affected.
Tesla stock fell more than 1 percent after the bell, after the electric automaker announced its fiscal 2017 fourth quarter production and deliveries. The financial report revealed Tesla well missed Wall Street projections on several fronts, amid production issues.
Rite Aid stock plunged more than 6 percent in extended trading. The drugstore chain beat third quarter estimates for earnings and revenue, after adjusting to account for discontinued operations. Rite Aid reported a drop in year-over-year same store sales.
Rite Aid has been struggling with eroding profits in its pharmacy business, amid slowing branded drug price increases and growing pressure for generic drug reimbursement, Thomson Reuters reported.
Shares of Zumiez soared more than 12 percent in the extended session. The specialty clothing retailer reported a 7.9 percent increase in year-over-year same store sales for the month of December. Sales beat analyst estimates of a 4.4 percent increase, and the year-ago quarter's 3.4 percent growth in comparable store sales. On the report, Zumiez raised its fourth quarter earnings and comp sales guidance.