Enterprise cybersecurity budgets could increase by 20% in 2019, and players such as Palo Alto Networks, Cisco, Check Point and others are jockeying for their piece of the pie.
Identity security technology company Okta falls Friday, as forecasts call for adjusted losses as much as 53 cents per share for the next fiscal year.
Wall Street's top analysts like these large-cap tech stocks.
Nutanix plunges after issuing weak fiscal third-quarter guidance.
Adjusted earnings above guidance drive Palo Alto Networks close to GAAP profits thanks to its operating leverage.
Shares sink after the cybersecurity company issues weak 2019 earnings guidance.
TheStreet talks to Todd McKinnon, CEO of cloud software firm Okta about the rapidly-evolving landscape of cloud apps and services.
With a stock price above $225, Palo Alto will have to deliver on these promises to justify a higher valuation.
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