CEO: David DeWalt
High-flying security technology developer FireEye went public in September with a lot of fanfare. But the continued growth in FireEye's stock price, the fastest among the tech companies followed by CRN, shows that the company's IPO was not a case of overhype. For the fourth quarter, ended Dec. 31, FireEye reported sales of $57.3 million, up more than 80 percent from the same period one year before. The company reported a $2.5 million loss, an improvement from the $12.6 million loss one year earlier. Sales for all of 2013 nearly doubled to $161.6 million, but the net loss for the year stood at $120.6 million.