Founder's Departure Could Make FireEye (FEYE) a More Willing Seller - Nomura
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Nomura Securities analyst Frederick Grieb weighed in on FireEye, Inc (NASDAQ: FEYE) after it was disclosed this morning that company founder Ashar Aziz made the decision to resign
from the Board of Directors, effective immediately.
Grieb said with the loss of of the company’s founder, they believe this could position FireEye as a more willing seller.
"The APT market is becoming crowded, and given the company’s operating losses and a very specialized product, we believe that FireEye may look to evaluate its strategic options more
readily," he said.
The firm maintained a Buy rating and price target of $22.50
Shares of FireEye, Inc closed at $15.65 yesterday.
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