FireEye shares 'fairly valued' after more than doubling in debut -CEO
BOSTON, Sept 20
BOSTON, Sept 20 (Reuters) - FireEye Inc Chief Executive Dave DeWalt said shares in the provider of technology to fight cyber attacks were "fairly valued" after more than doubling in their trading debut on Friday after an initial public offering.
DeWalt also said he expects the company, which has yet to post a profit, to generate operating margins between 20 percent and 25 percent within four to six years.
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