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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Did you miss last night's "Mad Money" on CNBC? If so, here are Jim Cramer's top takeaways for today's trading.
FireEye (FEYE) - Get Report: In his first exclusive interview, Cramer spoke with David DeWalt, chairman and CEO at FireEye, the cybersecurity company with shares that have rallied 10% since Cramer last checked in back in May.
DeWalt said FireEye had another strong quarter with top line growth of 57% and was able to diversify its offerings both in different industries and geographies this quarter. The best is yet to come, he said.
When asked about competition from rivals like Palo Alto Networks (PANW) - Get Report, DeWalt explained the two companies have different offerings and really don't compete head to head. He said there's plenty of room for both companies to do well.
DeWalt also offered some clarity on FireEye's recent certification from the Department of Homeland Security. He said the certification, which FireEye was the first company to receive, offers it legal protection from breaches caused by acts of terror. DeWalt said this is important because as the cybersecurity industry grows, it needs things like cyber-insurance and strong partnerships with companies and government agencies.
Finally, DeWalt commented on FireEye's recent CFO departure by saying the outgoing CFO had more startup and growth experience, and now that FireEye is maturing it is bringing in new board members and leadership with the experience needed for this stage of the company's growth.
Skechers USA (SKX) - Get Report: Skechers continues to shoot the lights out, prompting Cramer to welcome back David Weinberg, COO and CFO of the sneaker and apparel maker that blew away the estimates with a 54-cents-a-share earnings beat on a 36% rise in revenue and a 12.9% increase in same-store sales. Shares of Skechers popped 16% on the news and are now up over 443% over the past two years.
Weinberg said that Skechers' strategy is going exceptionally well, with new products, distribution and advertising firing on all cylinders. He said Skechers' celebrity endorsements are also helping to drive demand as every one they've signed genuinely uses and loves their products and the celebrities are recognized worldwide.
Speaking of worldwide, Weinberg said Skechers continues to build its geographic footprint and is gaining new territories around the globe. When asked about China, he said that Skechers is still a small player in China, but it's starting to grow and has seen no problems in that country so far.
Cramer continues to be a big fan of a stock he says is still not expensive, even after today's monster move to the upside.
PPG Industries (PPG) - Get Report: In his third interview, Cramer spoke with Chuck Bunch, CEO of PPG Industries, the chemicals and coatings maker that just posted a 3-cents-a-share earnings beat. PPG also announced that Bunch will be retiring later this year.
Bunch explained that while he will be stepping down from day-to-day operations, he will continue to be actively involved in PPG's organic growth and acquisition strategies.
When asked about its acquisition of Comex in Mexico, Bunch said PPG had no exposure in architectural coatings in Mexico and Comex provided them a huge growth opportunity that is only building in momentum.
Turning to growth in China, Bunch said that while auto sales in China were excellent in the first quarter, they did slow in the second quarter, and the company now expects 3% to 4% growth in autos versus previous estimates between 6% and 7% growth.
Bunch said that even without him, PPG will remain committed to its dividend, which was increased by 7% last quarter.
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