Hyperion Solutions ( HYSL) shares jumped in late trading Thursday after the business-software maker posted fiscal fourth-quarter results that beat Wall Street's estimates. The company reported earnings of $18.3 million, or 31 cents a share, compared with $20.7 million, or 33 cents a share, a year ago. Excluding items, earnings totaled $28.9 million, or 48 cents a share, for the June quarter. Analysts' mean estimate called for earnings of 43 cents a share, according to Thomson First Call. Hyperion's revenue increased 18% to $223.9 million, easily surpassing Wall Street's forecast of $201.6 million.For the first quarter, Hyperion said it expects to earn 34 cents to 39 cents a share, before items, on revenue of $188 million to $193 million. Analysts had forecast EPS of 33 cents and revenue of $184 million. For the full fiscal year, Hyperion expects to earn $1.62 to $1.70 a share on revenue of about $825 million. Analysts had projected earnings of $1.61 a share on revenue of $797 million. Separately, Hyperion announced that it will use technology from Informatica ( INFA) to integrate its System 9 offering with a variety of data sources. Hyperion shares climbed $3.07, or 11%, to $31.46 after hours. Informatica shares jumped 76 cents, or 6.4%, to $12.64. Broadcom ( BRCM) shares were hit in the after-hours session as the communications-chip maker delayed releasing its profit figures for the second quarter because of its review into its stock-options policies. The company did report second-quarter sales of $941.1 million, compared with analysts' forecast of $941.8 million. Separately, F5 Networks ( FFIV) made a similar move, delaying its June quarter report due to a likely options-related restatement. F5 did report revenue of $100.1 million, above Wall Street's target of $97.3 million. Broadcom shares dropped $2.24, or 8.5%, to $24.11 in late trading, while F5 declined $2.42, or 5.1%, to $45.53.