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About

Employees
2,323
Headquarters
San Francisco, California
Founded
2007
Market Cap
8.90B
Price-Earnings Ratio
Dividend Yield
0.00
Average Volume
4.11M
High Today
$21.88
Low Today
$21.35
Open Price
$21.50
Volume
993.84K
52 Week High
$43.50
52 Week Low
$18.50

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News

Seeking Alpha1h

Dropbox: The Cloud Solution For Businesses

The shares are pricing in a lot of growth and misses could punish the stock severely. However, I think that as long as DBX's niche remains unchallenged, its prospects will be fine. Dropbox is not in direct competition with cloud alternatives from Google or Microsoft. DBX has carved out a niche market for itself. As a consequence, DBX is the ideal cloud solution for businesses. However, its value proposition for individual clients might not be as attractive. Dropbox is an excellent way for investors to be...

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Seeking AlphaMar 18

Dropbox: Take Advantage Of The Street's Myopia

There is no secret that it is becoming increasingly harder to find growth at a reasonable price in enterprise/cloud software. Understanding that the sector as a whole should naturally carry higher multiples due to increased visibility that comes with recurring-revenue and subscription models, investors should still attempt to avoid overpaying for growth. Although the majority of the market has had a snapback rally that commenced the day after Christmas, the iShares Expanded Tech-Software Index (NYSE:IGV) ha...

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The Motley FoolMar 14

Dropbox Nudges Users Towards Paid Plans

Cloud storage pioneer Dropbox (NASDAQ:DBX) is marching toward its one-year anniversary as a public company next week. One unique aspect of Dropbox's model is that the company does not invest heavily in a sales force, typically a significant expenditure for companies offering enterprise software. Instead, Dropbox relies predominantly on word-of-mouth referrals and its self-serve channels, where users purchase subscriptions directly through Dropbox's app or website. Dropbox has started nudging more users to ...

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Earnings

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