Among the companies with shares expected to actively trade in Wednesday's session are DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. (DWA), Genworth Financial Inc. (GNW) and Career Education Corp. (CECO).
DreamWorks Animation SKG's second-quarter earnings slumped 63% as the computer-animation studio struggled to match year-earlier results boosted by its popular "Kung Fu Panda 2" film. Shares fell 7.6% to $17.75 after hours.
Genworth Financial, the insurer operating with an interim leader as its board considers the company's future, swung to a profit in the second quarter as results at its troubled mortgage-insurance unit improved. Shares were up 6.6% to $5.37 after hours.
Career Education swung to a second-quarter loss as goodwill and asset-impairment charges weighed on the for-profit education company's bottom-line results and as student enrollment continued to decline. Shares sank 19% to $3.82 after hours Tuesday on the weaker-than-expected results.
Allstate Corp. (ALL), the largest publicly traded home-and-auto insurer in the U.S., swung to a second-quarter profit as the company raised rates and natural disasters proved far less costly. Shares were up 3.9% to $35.65 after hours.
Digital River Inc.'s (DRIV) second-quarter earnings dropped 31% after a tax benefit boosted the provider of e-commerce outsourcing's prior-year results and as revenue slipped slightly, missing the company's revenue estimates. Shares sank 14% to $15.36 after hours as the company lowered its expectations for the year, noting weaker personal-computer sales and macroeconomic uncertainty.
Idenix Pharmaceuticals Inc. (IDIX) said it has commenced a public offering of $150 million of its shares. Shares dropped 7.2% to $9.40 after hours.
MAP Pharmaceuticals Inc. (MAPP) intends to offer and sell an undisclosed number of shares, as it raises funds for general corporate purposes and to bring its investigational migraine drug Levadex to market. Shares were off 5.4% to $13.35 after hours.
Papa John's International Inc.'s (PZZA) second-quarter earnings jumped 22% as the pizza-delivery company continued to see higher sales in North America and abroad. Shares rose 6.7% to $54.43 after hours as results topped analyst expectations and as the company again raised its full-year outlook.
Polypore International Inc.'s (PPO) second-quarter income fell 31%, as the company saw lower sales of its lithium-battery separators and higher expenses. Shares fell 13% to $32.47 after hours.
Silicon Image Inc.'s (SIMG) second-quarter loss narrowed as the provider of wireless and wired connectivity products' revenue grew more than it expected. Shares surged 22% to $4.80 after hours as the company offered upbeat revenue guidance for the current quarter.
True Religion Apparel Inc.'s (TRLG) second-quarter profit rose 3.6% as the jeans maker reported continued increases in direct consumer sales in the U.S. But revenue growth slowed from previous quarters, and the company cut its full-year outlook. Shares slipped 13% to $22.94 after hours.
Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.'s (AJG) second-quarter earnings rose 72% as the insurance broker and consulting firm continued to report growth at its brokerage and risk-management segments.
BMC Software Inc.'s (BMC) fiscal first-quarter earnings fell 43% as higher costs, soft demand and foreign-exchange headwinds drove weaker-than-expected results.
BRE Properties Inc.'s (BRE) second-quarter earnings more than doubled as same-store revenue continued to improve.
Cabot Corp.'s (CBT) fiscal third-quarter profit rose 10% as the chemicals and specialty materials company posted stronger income from its core business, as prices increased.
CBOE Holdings Inc. (CBOE) boosted its quarterly dividend by 25% and raised its stock-buyback program by $100 million, looking to bolster shareholder value.
CBRE Group Inc.'s (CBG) second-quarter income surged 24% as its Americas region, its largest top-line contributor, posted strong revenue growth.
DDR Corp.'s (DDR) second-quarter loss widened as the real-estate investment trust reported heavy write-downs, masking revenue growth.
Edison International's (EIX) second-quarter earnings fell 46% as the utility company saw losses at its wholesale-power unit as well as a delay in a planned rate increase continue to drag down results.
Electronic Arts Inc. (EA) said it will make a key videogame free for players following struggles to gain traction with a subscription model. It reported its fiscal first-quarter earnings fell 9% as core revenue slipped.
Frontier Communications Corp.'s (FTR) second-quarter earnings fell 44% as the regional telecommunications company reported heavy one-time costs and fewer residential and business customers.
Jones Lang LaSalle Inc.'s (JLL) second-quarter profit fell 15% as higher costs masked stronger revenue.
Kimco Realty Corp.'s (KIM) second-quarter profit jumped 79% as the real-estate investment trust reported improved revenue from rental properties and a boost from property sales.
Nabi Biopharmaceuticals (NABI) said its modified Dutch auction self-tender offer was oversubscribed as of its deadline Monday.
Oneok Inc.'s (OKE) second-quarter profit rose 18%, helped by strong results from its Oneok Partners LP (OKS) unit, which saw earnings improve 21%.
Pioneer Natural Resources Co. (PXD) swung to a second-quarter loss amid $280.3 million in asset write-downs amid weaker commodities prices.
QEP Resources Inc. (QEP) swung to a second-quarter loss as the exploration-and-production company saw prices for natural gas, oil and natural-gas liquids all drop substantially and weaken overall revenue.
Regency Centers Corp.'s (REG) second-quarter earnings fell 56%, though the shopping-center owner saw a key gauge of its profitability beat market estimates.
RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd.'s (RNR) second-quarter earnings surged as the insurer saw far fewer expenses related to insured catastrophic events.
Scripps Networks Interactive Inc. (SNI) has authorized an additional $1 billion in share repurchases, as the cable-network operator looks to boost shareholder return.
Spirit Airlines Inc. (SAVE) said that shareholders tied to Oaktree Capital Management L.P. are offering to sell all their shares of the company, amounting to roughly 9.39 million.
Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. (TTWO) reported a much wider first-quarter loss on a 32% drop in revenue, as two high-profile videogame titles failed to gain traction with consumers.
Taubman Centers Inc. (TCO) plans to sell 2.5 million shares, intending to use the proceeds in part to pay down debt.
TTM Technologies Inc. (TTMI) swung to a second-quarter profit as impairment charges weighed on the printed circuit board manufacturer's year-ago results, but core earnings missed the company's expectations.
Uni-Pixel Inc. (UNXL) said the company and two of its shareholders will offer a total of 3 million shares.
WebMD Health Corp.'s (WBMD) swung to second-quarter loss as the health-information provider reported that its advertising and sponsorship revenue dropped 23%.
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