Shares of San Francisco’s Okta jump in public market debut
San Francisco business software developer Okta made a splashy public market debut Friday, with shares opening at $23.56 — 39 percent above the $17 mark, where the company priced its shares a day earlier. Okta, which provides software that helps employees securely sign into and utilize cloud-based applications, enjoyed a growth spurt last year, bringing...
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