Fiserv Inc.'s shares fell more than 3% in after-hours trading Thursday after the Brookfield, Wis., technology vendor reported earnings that missed analysts' estimates.

The company, which sells insurance technology and services, as well Internet banking, payment processing and customer management systems to banks and credit unions, said it earned 80 cents per diluted share from continuing operations in the fourth quarter, down from 83 cents a year earlier. The latest results included an 11-cent-per-share charge for early debt extinguishment.

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