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- DBX's 30 day story count now stands at 7.
- Over the past 26 days, the trend for DBX's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 2.
- The most mentioned tickers in articles about DBX are PRE, SEED and HD.
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Investing.com -- U.S. stocks were rebounding from earlier losses on Monday as investors turn their attention to this week’s key Federal Reserve meeting.
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While Dropbox, Inc. ( NASDAQ:DBX ) might not be the most widely known stock at the moment, it received a lot of...
Dropbox is ending its unlimited option because some customers were using it for purposes like crypto mining, pooling storage for personal use cases and even reselling storage. The company’s highest-tier “all the space you need” storage plan will now be capped.With this new change, customers who purchase a Dropbox Advanced plan with three active licenses will receive 15TB of storage space shared by the team — enough space to store about 100 million documents, 4 million photos or 7,500 hours of HD
(Bloomberg) -- Dropbox Inc., a provider of online data storage, is ending its unlimited option, saying a small handful of customers were using massive amounts of resources that had the potential to degrade the cloud service for the rest of its clients.Most Read from BloombergCitadel Vets 69,000 Intern Applicants to Find Next Math GeniusesPutin Agrees to Visit China in First Trip Since Arrest WarrantWhat to Do With a 45-Story Skyscraper and No TenantsCrypto Scores Landmark US Legal Win With Grays
From Growth-At-All-Costs to Cost of Missing Out: DocSend Pre-Seed Report Shows Investor Shift to Long-Term Profitability and Risk Aversion
DocSend, a secure document sharing platform and Dropbox (NASDAQ: DBX) company, released new data pointing to heightened risk aversion in pre-seed investing, with venture capital (VC) investors shifting priorities to long-term profitability over rapid growth. While investors are quick to say "no" to pre-seed deals, spending 11% less time reviewing decks year-over-year (YoY), the report shows how successful founding teams can create shorter, narrative-first pitch decks that prove product opportuni
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Dropbox (NASDAQ: DBX), the file storage and content collaboration platform, is often neglected by investors due to the fierce competition from deep-pocketed companies like Microsoft and Alphabet. In its second-quarter report, Dropbox announced that it surpassed 18 million total paying users, which is 4% higher than the figure from a year ago. While Dropbox's single-digit percentage growth in subscribers certainly isn't all that exciting, it sure is consistent.
Investing.com -- U.S. stocks were rising on Friday, as investors digested some key tech earnings and after the July jobs report came in cooler than expected.