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See companies making headlines after the bell:
FireEye – Shares of FireEye jumped 12% in expanded business after the cyber security company announced a $ 400 million strategic investment led by Blackstone. FireEye intends to use the proceeds to acquire Response Software and grow the company’s cloud, platform and managed services portfolio.
Ross Stores – Ross Stores shares rose 3% after the retailer posted a quarterly revenue beat. Ross had third-quarter sales of $ 3.75 billion, which is estimated at $ 3.43 billion per refinance. However, its earnings were less than expected.
Workday – Workday shares rose 4% after-hours after the software company expected strong quarterly results. The company posted an EPS of 86 cents, higher than the refinitive estimate of 67 cents. Its revenue also came in above expectations.
Williams-Sonoma – Williams-Sonoma shares popped up more than 5%, with household goods retailers beating large earnings. The company reported EPS of $ 2.56 billion in the previous quarter, which was $ 1.53 per share as per Wall Street’s expectations, according to Refiniv. The company said that its digital sales grew by 49% year-on-year.