FireEye Inc., the Milpitas, a Calif.-based cyber security firm, reported its weakest quarterly revenue growth since the company went public in 2013, according to Reuters. The company also reported that its chief financial officer, Michael Sheridan, will resign.
FireEye Inc.’s shares fell 6.5 percent to $44.64 Thursday in after-market trading.
David DeWalt, the company’s chief executive, attributed the price drop to the CFO transition. “People would be nervous about a CFO transition, typically,” DeWalt told Reuters.Chief Executive: Why Investors Shouldn’t Worry
He said investors should not worry, [...]