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May 13, 2014
13:13 EDTFEYEFireEye explained reasons for lower product revenue percentage, says Wells Fargo
At its Investor Day yesterday FireEye explained why the percentage of its revenues derived from its products fell in Q1, versus the previous year, according to Wells Fargo. The company cited seasonality, product mix, and an increase in multiyear billings contracts as reasons for the decline, the firm stated. Wells expects FireEye to benefit from cross selling as it launches new products, and the firm keeps an Outperform rating on the shares.
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October 22, 2014
06:44 EDTFEYEU.S. weighing cybersecurity requirements for bank vendors, NY Times says
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October 16, 2014
10:01 EDTFEYEOn The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary
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05:31 EDTFEYEFireEye upgraded to Overweight from Neutral at JPMorgan
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October 13, 2014
09:23 EDTFEYEHP could buy lower valuation company, says Bernstein
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October 12, 2014
17:34 EDTFEYEJPMorgan to double spending on cybersecurity over next five years, WSJ says
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October 9, 2014
06:40 EDTFEYESource of JPMorgan cyberattack still unclear, NY Times says
The source of the cyberattack on JPMorgan (JPM) and other U.S. financial institutions this summer is still unclear, according to The New York Times. The hackers may have tried to hit about a dozen financial institutions , and E-Trade(ETFC) and Fidelity Investments may have been victimized in some way, the newspaper stated, citing an unnamed source who was briefed on the matter. At least five other banks, including Citigroup (C), HSBC (HBC) and Regions Financial (RF), discovered that one of the web addresses used by those who hacked JPMorgan tried to penetrate their systems, The Times quoted unnamed sources briefed on the matter as saying. Publicly traded companies in the space include Barracuda Networks (CUDA), Check Point (CHKP), F5 Networks (FFIV), FireEye (FEYE), Fortinet (FTNT), Imperva (IMPV), Palo Alto (PANW), Proofpoint (PFPT), Qualys (QLYS) and Symantec (SYMC). Reference Link

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