69.91 +0.04 (0.06%)
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|Ask||70.69 x 800|
|Day's Range||67.75 - 70.59|
|52 Week Range||24.71 - 75.49|
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|1y Target Est||77.50|
The cloud security specialist is growing its revenue rapidly, and the discount retailer's profits exceeded expectations.
Wall Street grew a bit concerned in some quarters as rising wages prompted inflation fears. Elsewhere, key man risk took its toll on the stocks of a couple of major companies.
The pace of technology is breathtaking. Just some of the trends include cloud computing, AI (Artificial Intelligence), machine learning and the IoT (Internet of Things). So for investors, there are many opportunities.
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Okta, Inc. (OKTA), the leading independent provider of identity for the enterprise, and Yubico, the leading provider of authentication security keys, today announced a new initiative to provide a free YubiKey Starter Pack to every Okta customer that uses Okta Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) or Okta Adaptive MFA. To help prevent and mitigate credential compromises – which account for more than 80% of data breaches – organizations are increasingly adopting MFA and using stronger step-up authentication with Okta Adaptive MFA to better protect their sensitive user data. Because highly privileged roles such as IT administrators and executives have access to a broad scope of user controls and information, Okta and Yubico have partnered to offer customers a way to get started with a free YubiKey Starter Pack with Okta MFA.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / September 10, 2018 / Shares of Okta were soaring after the company reported second quarter financial results. Okta, Inc. shares were up 19.47% on Friday at the close with around 10.7 million shares traded.
Cybersecurity stocks rise following strong earnings from Okta Inc. and Palo Alto Networks Inc., adding to solid gains over the past year following the disclosure of a massive data breach at Equifax Inc.
The stock market rebounded from early losses after strong wage growth prompted fears of more interest rate hikes. Palo Alto Networks hit a new high.
Stock futures: Five Below and cybersecurity plays Palo Alto Networks and Okta signaled record highs late Thursday on quarterly results. Struggling Broadcom popped on earnings.
Stocks retreated as wage growth hit a nine-year high. Tesla fell as its new chief accountant quit and Elon Musk smoked pot. Five Below, Palo Alto Networks and Okta soared on earnings.
Okta, Inc. , the leading independent provider of identity for the enterprise, today announced that its Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Todd McKinnon, is scheduled to present at the Deutsche Bank Technology Conference on Thursday, September 13, 2018 in Las Vegas at 10:40am PDT.
During its earnings report for its fiscal second quarter of the year, Okta reported losses per share of 15 cents. It was also good news for the company’s stock by beating out Wall Street’s losses per share estimate of 19 cents for the quarter. Okta also reported a net loss of $39.21 million during its fiscal second quarter of 2019.
CEO and co-founder of cloud based security company Okta, discusses the company's growth technology continues to transform businesses. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dion Rabouin and Brian Brenberg of The King's College spoke with Todd McKinnon.