Verisign Inc  (VRSN)
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Price: $226.1900 $-0.78 -0.344%
Day's High: $226.365 Week Perf: 0.6 %
Day's Low: $ 225.36 30 Day Perf: 2.46 %
Volume (M): 16 52 Wk High: $ 229.72
Volume (M$): $ 3,521 52 Wk Avg: $196.67
Open: $223.24 52 Wk Low: $155.25

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 23,750
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 105
 Employees 904
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 1,442
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 695
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) 61
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 27

Verisign Inc
VeriSign, Inc. operates intelligent infrastructure services that enable and protect billions of interactions every day across the world's voice and data networks. Through our Internet Services Group and Communications Services Group, we offer a variety of Internet and communications-related services, including internet security services, information services, network connectivity and interoperability services, intelligent database services, content and application services, clearing and settlement services, and billing and payment services. We market our products and services through our direct sales force, telesales operations, member organizations in our global affiliate network, value-added resellers, service providers, and our Web sites. We are currently organized into two service-based lines of business: the Internet Services Group and the Communications Services Group. The Internet Services Group consists of the Security Services business and the Information Services business, formerly known as Naming and Directory Services. The Security Services business provides products and services that enable enterprises and organizations to establish and deliver secure Internet-based services to customers and business partners, and the Information Services business acts as the exclusive registry of domain names in the .com and .net generic top-level domains, or gTLDs, and certain country code top-level domains, or ccTLDs, as well as providing other value added services, including intelligent supply chain services, real-time publisher services and digital brand management services. The Communications Services Group provides communications services, such as network connectivity and interoperability services, Signaling System 7, or SS7, network services, and intelligent database services; content services, such as application and content services and messaging services; and commerce services, such as clearing and settlement services and billing and payment services to telecommunications carriers and other users.

VeriSign was incorporated in Delaware on April 12, 1995. Our principal executive offices are located at 487 E. Middlefield Road, Mountain View, California 94043. Our telephone number at that address is (650) 961-7500 and our common stock is traded on the NASDAQ National Market under the ticker symbol VRSN. VeriSign's primary Web site is www.verisign.com. The information on our Web sites is not a part of this annual report. VeriSign, the VeriSign logo, Jamba!, Jamster, Thawte, LightSurf and certain other product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of VeriSign, Inc., and/or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.


Competition in Security Services. Our security services are targeted at the rapidly evolving market for Internet security services, including network security, authentication and validation, which enable secure electronic commerce and communications over wireline and wireless IP networks. The market for security services is intensely competitive, subject to rapid change and significantly affected by new product and service introductions and other market activities of industry participants.

Principal competitors generally fall within one of the following categories: (1) companies such as RSA Security and Entrust Technologies, which offer software applications and related digital certificate products that customers operate themselves; (2) companies such as GeoTrust and Digital Signature Trust Company (a subsidiary of Identrus) that primarily offer digital certificate and certification authority, or CA, related services; and (3) companies focused on providing a bundled offering of products and services such as CyberTrust. We also experience competition from a number of smaller companies, and we believe that our primary long-term competitors may not yet have entered the market. Furthermore, Netscape and Microsoft have introduced software products that enable the issuance and management of digital certificates, and we believe that other companies could introduce similar products.

In addition, browser companies that embed our interface technologies or otherwise feature them as a provider of digital certificate products and services in their Web browsers or on their Web sites could also promote our competitors or charge us substantial fees for promotions in the future.

Competition in Managed Security Services. Consulting companies or professional services groups of other companies with Internet expertise are current or potential competitors to our managed security services. These companies include large systems integrators and consulting firms, such as Accenture, IBM Global Services, Getronics and Lucent NetCare. We also compete with security product companies that offer managed security services in addition to other security services, such as Symantec and ISS, as well as a number of providers such as CyberTrust and Counterpane that offer managed security services exclusively. Telecommunications providers, such as MCI that acquired NetSec, provide managed security services and are competitors. In addition, we compete with some companies that have developed products that automate the management of IP addresses and name maps throughout enterprise-wide intranets, and with companies with internally developed systems integration efforts.

Competition in Communications Services. The market for communications services is extremely competitive and subject to significant pricing pressure. Competition in this area arises from two primary sources. Incumbent carriers provide competing in-house services in their respective regions. In addition, we face direct competition from national, unregulated companies, including Syniverse Technologies, Telcordia, NeuStar and other carriers such as Southern New England Telephone Diversified Group, a unit of AT&T. Furthermore, customers are increasingly likely to deploy internally developed communications technologies and services which may reduce the demand for technologies and services from third party providers, such as VeriSign, and further increase competitive pricing pressures.

Competition in Commerce Services. Our wireless billing and payment services also are subject to competition from providers such as Comverse, Amdocs, Convergys Corporation and Boston Communications Group. We are also aware of major Internet service providers, software developers and smaller entrepreneurial companies that are or may in the future be focusing significant resources on developing and marketing products and services that may compete directly with ours. Furthermore, customers are increasingly likely to deploy internally developed communications technologies and services which may reduce the demand for technologies and services from third party providers such as VeriSign and further increase competitive pricing pressures.

Competition in Content Services. The market for content services is extremely competitive. Competitors include developers of content and entertainment products and services in a variety of domestic and international markets, such as Jamdat Mobile, LaNetro Zed, Infospace, Itouch, Wisdom Entertainment, Arvato mobile, Monstermob, Motricity and Buongiorno/Vitaminic. This business also faces competition from mobile network operators, such as Cingular, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile, Vodafone, O2, Orange, E-Plus and Telef'nica, as well as Internet portal operators, such as Yahoo!, AOL, T-Online and Google. Our inter-carrier messaging services face competition from Mobile 365, Openwave and Comverse. Additional competitors are handset manufacturers, such as Nokia and software providers such as Microsoft and Apple. As the market for wireless data, including information and entertainment data, matures, new categories of competitors, such as mobile phone companies, broadcasters, music publishers, other content providers or others have begun to develop competing products or services.

Competition in Registry Services. There are several registry service providers for new gTLDs that directly compete with the services we provide for the .com and .net gTLDs, as well as with the ccTLDs offered by us. The gTLDs .biz and .info were launched in 2001, the gTLDs .name, .pro, .aero, .museum and .coop were launched in 2002 and 2003, and the gTLD .mobi was launched in 2005. Domain names registrations and other services within these gTLDs are available through ICANN accredited registrars. In addition, we currently face competition from the over 240 ccTLD registry operators who compete directly for the business of entities and individuals that are seeking to establish a Web presence.

We also face competition from service providers that offer outsourced domain name registration, resolutions and other DNS services to organizations that require a reliable and scalable infrastructure. Among the competitors are UltraDNS, NeuLevel, Affilias, Register.com and Tucows.com.

Competition in Intelligent Supply Chain Services. There are a number of companies that provide intelligent supply chain services. For point-of-sale data, we face competition from IRI and AC Nielsen, as well as smaller software companies. For consulting services, we face competition from traditional consulting firms.

Competition in Real-Time Publisher Services. We face competition from various smaller companies providing similar services.

Competition in Digital Brand Management Services. We face competition from companies providing services similar to some of our Digital Brand Management Services. In the monitoring services, registration and domain name asset management area of our business, our competition comes primarily from ICANN accredited registrars and various smaller companies providing similar services.

Several of our current and potential competitors have longer operating histories and significantly greater financial, technical, marketing and other resources than we do and therefore may be able to respond more quickly than we can to new or changing opportunities, technologies, standards and customer requirements. Many of these competitors also have broader and more established distribution channels that may be used to deliver competing products or services directly to customers through bundling or other means. If such competitors were to bundle competing products or services for their customers, the demand for our products and services might be substantially reduced and the ability to distribute our products successfully and the utilization of our services would be substantially diminished.

   Company Address: 12061 Bluemont Way, Reston, 20190 VA
   Company Phone Number: 948-3200   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NASDAQ VRSN
   VRSN is expected to report next financial results on July 27, 2023.

Customers Net Income fell by VRSN's Customers Net Profit Margin fell to

-8.67 %

20.73 %

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The company released Revenue of $0.030592 million, in the most recent fiscal period

As a financial journalist, I have been closely following the latest financial results of Token Communities Ltd. The company recently revealed that it had generated $0.030592 million in revenue during the fiscal time-frame ending March 31 2023.
While this may not seem like a substantial figure for a company of this size, it is worth noting that Token Communities Ltd registered an improved net deficit of $-0.027 million in the same period. This represents a significant improvement from the previous year, where it had reported a net deficit of $-0.047 million in a similar reporting season.

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Innovation1 Biotech Inc has reported a cumulative net loss of $-12 million during the 12 months ending in the second quarter of 2023. This has resulted in a negative return on assets (ROA) of -27.97%, which indicates that the company may not be using its assets efficiently to generate profits.
Furthermore, among the Technology sector, there are 436 other companies that had a higher return on assets than Innovation1 Biotech Inc, which could pose a challenge for the company as it faces increased competition.
However, there is some positive news for the company as the overall ranking for their return on assets has advanced from 3661 in the first quarter of 2023 to 3590 as of February 28th, 2023.
In terms of the Cloud Computing and Data Analytics sector, there are some emerging growth companies that are performing well financially. For example, MYYZ has revealed an operating loss of $-0.736281 million for the second quarter of 2023. It is important to note that Innovation1 Biotech Inc is trailing behind in terms of financial performance relative to these smaller companies.
Although Innovation1 Biotech Inc is expected to report next financial results in July 2023, it is worth considering the company's performance in the previous year. In the second quarter of 2022, the company reported an operating loss of $-0.361072 million, indicating that there has been a significant decline in financial performance in the current fiscal period.

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