After-hours action was mixed Thursday as investors sifted through another large pile of earnings reports.
Among the top postbell gainers was
, which surged nearly 14% to $65.32 after first-quarter per-share income and revenue each
more than tripled
from last year, squashing Wall Street estimates. The Niwot, Colo., plastic-shoe maker also announced a two-for-one stock split.
Seattle coffee giant
said fiscal second-quarter income gained 3 cents per share on last year to 19 cents, which
squares with analysts' expectations
, per Thomson Financial. Shares lately rose 0.9% to $31.90 in heavy trading.
Among tech names on the rise after the bell was Clifton Park, N.Y.-based
( ONT), which makes video compression/decompression software. First-quarter revenue more than doubled year over year to $2.8 million, ahead of two analysts' estimates. Shares jumped 16.1% to $2.45.
, a solar-energy semiconductor, jumped 7.3% to $62.15 after swinging to a 7-cent per-share profit from last year and nearly quintupling its revenue to $66.9 million.
( SGTL), another semiconductor, posted a
sharply narrowed loss
of 41 cents a share (excluding items), handily beating Wall Street's 48-cent forecast. The Austin, Texas-based company added 4.2% to $4.
( NFI) shares lifted by 7.3% to $6.89 after the struggling subprime lender secured a $1.9 billion financing facility from Wachovia.
On the flip side, after-hours losers included the actively traded
. The Seattle-based maker of natural soda plunged 16.3% to $21.10 after posting a small break-even profit in the first quarter, which
the average 3-cent per-share target. Revenue, at $9.2 million, also fell far short of the $13.2 million consensus.
21st Century Holding
, a small Florida-based insurer, gave up 43.8% to $11.25 after first-quarter profits dropped steeply from last year to a dime a share, vs. 83 cents last year.
, of Sunnyvale, Calif., also reported a plummeting bottom line. First-quarter non-GAAP profits totaled $6.3 million, or 7 cents a share, compared with 13 cents last year. Shares of the semiconductor firm lost 4.5% to $8.55 in recent extended trading.