Carbon Black forecasting $200m revenue in first year on stock exchange

Tom Wright
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Cybersecurity vendor sees revenue climb following IPO in May

Next-gen end-point protection vendor Carbon Black expects revenue to top $200m in its first year on the stock exchange, according to the vendor's first quarterly filing. For the three months end...

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