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CyberAgent Inc (4751.T)

4751.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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CyberAgent, Inc. is mainly engaged in the integrated net business. The Company operates through five segment. The Media segment is engaged in operation of Website Ameba and Internet TV station AbemaTV. The Game segment is engaged in development and operation of games for smart phone. The Internet Advertising segment is engaged... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.31
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥408,990.09
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 126.43
Dividend: 25.00
Yield (%): 0.77

Financials

BRIEF-CyberAgent to merge with unit RightSegment

* Says it plans to merge with its wholly owned unit RightSegment, Inc

21 Dec 2017

BRIEF-Ceres raises 729.6 mln yen via private placement to CyberAgent

* Says it issued 500,000 new shares, and raised 729.6 million yen in total, through private placement to CyberAgent, Inc., on Dec. 18

18 Dec 2017

Cyber security firm FireEye's revenue tops estimates, shares rise

Internet security company FireEye Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue as the company benefited from its shift to a subscription and service-based model, sending its shares up 6.5 percent in after-market trading on Tuesday.

02 Aug 2017

Cyber security firm FireEye's revenue beats Street

Aug 1 Internet security company FireEye Inc reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, helped by growth in its higher-margin product subscription and services business.

02 Aug 2017

Cyber security startup Callsign raises $35 million

NEW YORK Callsign Inc, a startup that had developed technology to help users access websites more securely, has raised $35 million from investors including Accel, PTB Ventures and NightDragon Security, the firm of former McAfee chief executive David DeWalt.

27 Jul 2017

Cyber security startup Callsign raises $35 million

NEW YORK, July 27 Callsign Inc, a startup that had developed technology to help users access websites more securely, has raised $35 million from investors including Accel, PTB Ventures and NightDragon Security, the firm of former McAfee chief executive David DeWalt.

27 Jul 2017

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