FireEye Shareholders Eagerly Anticipating '60 Minutes' Interview
FireEye Inc (NASDAQ: FEYE) traded up more than 4 percent Friday as a rumor made the rounds that its senior vice president may appear on the April 12 broadcast of CBS Corporation (NYSE: CBS)'s news program "60 Minutes."
The computer security company's shares have run up more than 10 percent in the past week, although the company hasn't issued any news.
FireEye changed hands recently at $43.06, up 4.8 percent.
FireEye, which provides security products and consulting services, has been used as a source by CBS News at least several times since its Chief Executive David DeWalt last appeared on "60 Minutes" interview in late 2014.
That interview, which concerned a spate of credit card hacking at major retailers, is still highlighted on FireEye's website.
FireEye makes a practice of making extensive public comments on computer security threats via its blog.
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