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FireEye Inc (FEYE.OQ)

FEYE.OQ on NASDAQ Stock Exchange Global Select Market

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Thu, May 3 2018

BRIEF-FireEye Reports Q1 GAAP Loss Per Share Of $0.39

* Q1 EARNINGS PER SHARE VIEW $-0.04 -- THOMSON REUTERS I/B/E/S

FireEye reports smaller loss as shift to subscription model pays off

May 2 FireEye Inc reported a smaller quarterly loss on Wednesday as the cybersecurity firm gained from an ongoing transition to a subscription-based model.

BRIEF-FireEye Says CEO Kevin Mandia's Total Compensation For 2017 Was $6.8 Mln

* FIREEYE INC SAYS CEO KEVIN MANDIA'S TOTAL COMPENSATION FOR 2017 WAS $6.8 MILLION VERSUS $7.8 MILLION A YEAR AGO - SEC FILING Source text: (https://bit.ly/2Fb1U9A) Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Fireeye And Oracle Collaborate On Cloud Transformation

* FIREEYE AND ORACLE COLLABORATE ON CLOUD TRANSFORMATION Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Fireeye Qtrly GAAP Loss Per Share $0.42

* FIREEYE QTRLY GAAP LOSS PER SHARE $0.42; QTRLY NON-GAAP EARNINGS PER SHARE $0.01; QTRLY REVENUE $202.3 MILLION, UP 10 PERCENT

FireEye reports first-ever adjusted quarterly profit, shares jump

Cyber security firm FireEye Inc on Thursday reported its first-ever quarterly adjusted profit since going public in 2013, highlighting gains from the company's shift to a subscription model and its cost-cutting efforts.

UPDATE 1-FireEye reports first-ever adjusted quarterly profit, shares jump

Feb 8 Cyber security firm FireEye Inc on Thursday reported its first-ever quarterly adjusted profit since going public in 2013, highlighting gains from the company's shift to a subscription model and its cost-cutting efforts.

FireEye reports first-ever adjusted quarterly profit

Feb 8 Cyber security firm FireEye Inc on Thursday reported its first-ever quarterly adjusted profit since going public in 2013, helped by cost cutting and shift to a subscription-based model.

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