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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.

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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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