Salesforce.com: After-Hours Headlines

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Here's the rundown on companies making news after Thursday's closing bell.

Salesforce.com

Shares of Salesforce.com ( CRM) jumped 7.2% to $143.49 on volume of nearly 800,000, according to Nasdaq.com, after the cloud and software technology company reported non-GAAP earnings of $54.5 million, or 37 cents a share, on revenue of $695.5 million for its fiscal first quarter.

The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson Reuters was for a profit of 34 cents a share on revenue of $678.2 million in the April-ended period.

Salesforce.com also forecast non-GAAP earnings of 38 to 39 cents a share for the second quarter ending in July vs. Wall Street's consensus view for a profit of 38 cents a share.

Marvell Technology

Marvell Technology ( MRVL) was a winner in Thursday's extended session after the Santa Clara, Calif.-based chip maker reported better than expected quarterly results, initiated a dividend and boosted its buyback program.

The company reported non-GAAP earnings of $139 million, or 23 cents a share, for the first quarter on revenue of $796.4 million, besting the average analysts' view of for a profit of 20 cents a share on revenue of $768.7 million.

Marvell also said its board has approved a quarterly dividend of 6 cents a share and increased its repurchase authorization by $500 million to $2.5 billion. The stock was last quoted at $13.80, up 3.8%. on volume of more than 500,000.

Sequenom

Shares of Sequenom ( SQNM) were down in late trades after the company said Coventry Health Care ( CVH) has opted to terminate a coverage agreement between the two companies.

Sequenom said Coventry had opted to terminate the agreement without cause effective August 31, and that it advised that "this decision was not a judgment" on Sequenom or its products. The deal would have provided coverage for Sequenom's MaterniT21 PLUS laboratory-developed test and other similar products within Coventry's network.

The stock was last quoted at $4.40, off 7.8%, on volume of nearly 90,000, according to Nasdaq.com.

Aeropostale

Aeropostale ( ARO) was catching a bounce after the New York-based casual apparel retailer reported first-quarter earnings of $10.6 million, or 13 cents a share, on sales of $497.2 million, up 6%. Same-store sales were up 2% in the quarter.

The average estimate of analysts polled by Thomson Reuters was for a profit of 13 cents a share on revenue of $467.8 million in the April-ended period.

After falling more than 5% in Thursday's regular session, Aeropostale shares were up 3% to $18.25 on volume of less than 100,000.

For the second quarter, the company forecast earnings of 3 to 5 cents a share vs. Wall Street's consensus view for a profit of 5 cents a share.

"During the first quarter, we continued to make progress on our key initiatives, and we experienced a significant improvement in trends versus the fourth quarter," said Thomas Johnson, Aeropostale's CEO. "This accomplishment was a result of the efforts of our entire organization, and I continue to be very proud of our team's contributions and dedication."

Facebook

And then there's Facebook ( FB), which made the biggest after-hours headlines of all, pricing its mega-IPO at $38 per share.

The social networking giant is offering more than 420 million shares for sale with trading expected to begin on the Nasdaq at roughly 11 a.m. ET on Friday under the symbol 'FB.'

The pricing was the top of the company's $34-$38 per share range, and the deal implies an initial market cap of $104 billion for Facebook, which is raising more than $16 billion.

-- Written by Michael Baron in New York.

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