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Okta CEO defends $6.5 billion deal for rival Auth0 after shares fall – CNBC

Okta CEO Todd McKinnon said rival identity management company Auth0 was on a path to go public and that the acquisition would be growth accretive to Okta.



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Okta CEO Todd McKinnon on Friday defended his company’s move to acquire Auth0, calling the rival company a complementary asset to its identity and access management business.
Okta shares are down 10% since it announced the $6.5 billion all-stock transaction after Wednesday’s close. The sales figure represents more than a fifth of Okta’s market cap and a premium to the $1.92 billion valuation Auth0 received after a funding round last summer.
“This is a company that’s on a path to go public and, as…

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