|Bid||134.49 x 1200|
|Ask||134.76 x 800|
|Day's Range||134.18 - 134.80|
|52 Week Range||121.36 - 173.44|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.03|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||19.01|
|Earnings Date||Jan 26, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||155.21|
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F5 Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: FFIV) today announced it will report its first quarter fiscal year 2020 financial results on Monday, January 27, 2020 following the market close. In conjunction with the announcement, F5 will host a live conference call and webcast to review the quarter’s results beginning at 4:30 p.m. ET.
Link light rail service will have less frequent and more crowded service through March 15 while construction is underway to connect Seattle's system to the new Eastside line.
While F5 will continue selling Shape products independently, the company plans to integrate its artificial intelligence and machine learning analytics cloud across its own technology and Nginx products.
Invesco and KKR are the new owners of three large commercial real estate properties leased by Amazon, F5 Networks and Microsoft. New York-based KKR on Monday said it paid over $1.2 billion for the Summit campus in Bellevue and F5 Tower in Seattle.
F5 Networks' $1 billion acquisition of Shape Security, a cloud security vender, could mean improved long-term prospects with some near-term risks. Shares of F5 Networks have fallen 3.2% since the deal, which was financed through cash on hand plus $400 million in investment, was announced on Dec. 19. Shape Security provides fraud defense to banks, airlines, retailers and other organizations, and the acquisition opens up a $4 billion market opportunity as well as "an easy sell to its existing customer base," wrote CFRA Research Analyst Keith Snyder in a note on Tuesday.
The integration of Shape Security will complement F5 Networks' (FFIV) cloud security capabilities with its fraud and abuse prevention features.
F5 Networks made its second large acquisition in 2019, agreeing to purchase security software maker Shape Security for $1 billion in cash. The deal will increase competition with Akamai.
Analysts say that F5 Networks' $1 billion acquisition of Shape Security is a good strategic move but it will be costly in the near term.
Shape Security's co-founder and CEO Derek Smith and the leadership team is expected to join F5 in management roles and the company will remain in its current Santa Clara headquarters.
F5 Networks Inc. said late Thursday it will acquire privately held cybersecurity company Shape Security in a deal with an enterprise value of $1 billion. In a statement, F5 said the "acquisition brings together F5's expertise in protecting applications across multi-cloud environments with Shape's fraud and abuse prevention capabilities to transform application security." The company expects the deal to close by the first quarter of 2020, funded by cash on hand and $400 million in financing. F5 shares were flat after hours, following a 2.4% rise to close the regular session at $42.94.
F5 Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: FFIV) and Shape Security today announced a definitive agreement under which F5 will acquire all issued and outstanding shares of the privately held Shape for a total enterprise value of approximately $1 billion in cash, subject to certain adjustments.
(Bloomberg) -- Russian police raided the offices of Nginx Inc., a U.S. company behind one of the largest web server projects, and briefly detained its founder in a case that could stoke renewed fears of law enforcement being used to settle corporate disputes.Russia’s Rambler Group, the parent company of one of the country’s biggest search engines and internet portals, said in a statement Thursday it uncovered copyright violations to its exclusive rights to Nginx, which was acquired by Seattle-based F5 Networks Inc. this year in a deal that valued the company at $670 million.The dispute centers around the development of Nginx’s original open-source web server code by Igor Sysoev when he worked at Rambler nearly two decades ago, so Rambler sees itself as the rightful owner of the code. Nginx was first released publicly in 2004. It now controls more than 30% of the server market for web-facing computers, behind only the Apache Foundation, according to Netcraft, which monitors the industry.The raid is the latest example of the widespread use of Russian law enforcement in corporate disputes. U.S. investor Michael Calvey, one of the most successful private equity investors in Russia, was jailed this year and remains under house arrest over what he claims is a business conflict.Maxim Konovalov, who co-founded Nginx Inc. in 2011, linked the raid to the May sale of the company. He and his partner Sysoev were briefly detained during the Thursday raids of their apartments and the company’s Moscow office.“We fear for our freedom,” Konovalov said by phone. “Rambler didn’t pay attention to us in the preceding years.” Konovalov said he and Sysoev are “not going to flee Russia. We will stay and we will fight.”Igor Ashmanov, who was an executive at Rambler when Sysoev worked there, said Sysoev had started developing the technology underlying Nginx before he joined the company. Sysoev left Rambler in 2011 to co-found Nginx. The company is based in San Francisco but has offices around the world.Yandex NV, Russia’s biggest tech company, called the raid a “very bad signal.” Several IT industry associations condemned the action, according to an open letter published on the Govorit Moskva radio station’s website.Rambler, owned by billionaire Alexander Mamut and Sberbank PJSC, said it ceded its rights to Nginx to a Cyprus-owned holding company, Lynwood Investments CY Ltd.Lynwood is controlled by Mamut’s son Nikolai, according to Interfax news agency.Lynwood said by email it informed law enforcement about the situation and the authorities opened up a criminal case. The company declined to comment on its ownership.F5 and the police did not immediately respond to requests for comment.Sberbank First Deputy Chief Executive Lev Khasis, who is the chairman of Rambler’s board, said he found out about the dispute via media reports and has requested an extraordinary board meeting this month to deal with it.“I don’t like that this is a criminal trial,” Sberbank Chairman Herman Gref told Forbes, adding that this is a case for the arbitration court.Despite pledges from President Vladimir Putin to better protect business from inappropriate pressure from law enforcement, it remains a common tool to settle commercial disputes in Russia.A survey by the Kremlin’s business ombudsman found 84% of business executives who are subject to criminal investigations end up losing part or all of their business, RBC reported earlier this year.\--With assistance from Anna Baraulina and Ilya Arkhipov.To contact the reporters on this story: Stepan Kravchenko in Moscow at firstname.lastname@example.org;Jake Rudnitsky in Moscow at email@example.comTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Torrey Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org, Molly SchuetzFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
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