DBX - ドロップボックス (Dropbox Inc.)


   Tel Aviv selects Dropbox for cloud storage project  2021/11/10 09:12:18 The Jerusalem Post
   Dropbox, Inc. (NASDAQ:DBX) Shares Sold by Paloma Partners Management Co  2021/11/09 12:56:45 Transcript Daily
Paloma Partners Management Co decreased its position in shares of Dropbox, Inc. (NASDAQ:DBX) by 5.5% during the 2nd quarter, according to the company in its most recent 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The fund owned 16,500 shares of the companys stock after selling 961 shares during the quarter. Paloma Partners Management Cos []
   Dropbox Consensus Indicates Potential 30.9% Upside  2021/11/09 11:43:40 DirectorsTalk
Dropbox with ticker code (DBX) have now 5 analysts covering the stock. The analyst consensus points to a rating of ''Buy''. The target price ranges between 40 and 31 and has a mean target at 36.4. With the stocks previous close at 27.81 this would imply there is a potential upside of 30.9%. There is a 50 day moving average of 29.81 and the 200 moving average now moves to 29.56. The company has a market capitalisation of $10,763m. Find out more information at: /> [stock_market_widget type="chart" symbol="DBX" chart="bar" range="6mo" interval="1d" line-color="rgb(49, 125, 189)"] Dropbox provides a collaboration platform worldwide. Its platform allows individuals, teams, and organizations to collaborate and sign up for free through its website or app, as well as upgrade to a paid subscription plan for premium features. As of December 31, 2020, the company had approximately 700 million registered users across 180 countries. The company was formerly known as Evenflow and changed its name to Dropbox in October 2009.
   Dropbox Inc. (DBX): What Makes The Stock Good?  2021/11/08 13:30:00 Marketing Sentinel
Dropbox Inc. (NASDAQ:DBX) has a beta value of 0.91 and has seen 8.76 million shares traded in the last trading session. The company, currently valued at $12.36B, closed the last trade at $27.81 per share which meant it lost -$3.2 on the day or -10.32% during that session. The DBX stock price is -18.66% off Dropbox Inc. (DBX): What Makes The Stock Good? Read More »
   Eye-popping stocks: Dropbox, Inc. (NASDAQ:DBX -10.32%), Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited (NYSE:TEVA -0.98%)  2021/11/08 01:29:31 Stock Equity
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   CRMmetry eyes Caribbean expansion  2021/09/01 07:01:00 Jamaica Observer
THE first three years of a business can be the most arduous, and so it was for Jordan Baskett and his wife, Andrea Johnson who, having passed the start-up phase with their company CRMmetry Jamaica, are now looking to expand their business in the Caribbean. In 2017 the couple left New York with dreams of transforming Jamaica''s customer relationship management (CRM) landscape and pioneering the use of the software, Salesforce. At that time, the CRM software was a novelty to English-speaking Caribbean countries and, according to Baskett, "the concept of ''Cloud'' was not as highly" praised as it is now locally. "One of the biggest challenges was extolling the value of Salesforce to customers locally, although Salesforce is the number one CRM in the world - they hold 20 per cent of the global market share," the pair told the Jamaica Observer , relating their early journey with CRMmetry. "Additionally, being first to market means there was no existing Salesforce ecosystem. This affected us hiring qualified team members to scale quickly.
   There''s a battle brewing over salaries for remote workers and it could change the way everyone gets paid  2021/08/26 11:41:30 Business Insider
Summary List Placement It''s always been the ultimate dream of remote work: living in luxury, somewhere cheap, on a big-city salary. For the first year of the pandemic, many white-collar professionals got to play this game of geographic arbitrage, decamping to places like Austin, Atlanta, Denver, or Boise while keeping their San Francisco or New York City incomes. But now, some tech giants have decided to play hardball with employees who want to relocate for good. Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, Dropbox, and a host of other Silicon Valley mainstays have told their employees that if they move away from pricey cities, they should expect to get their salaries cut in some cases by as much as 25%. Tech workers are in an uproar. Why should I get paid less for the same contribution? they''re wondering. I''m actually saving the company money by not taking up office space . Employers have responded more or less along the lines of what a Google spokesperson told Reuters : "Our compensation packages have always been determined by location." In other words: This is how it''s always been done .
   Collaborative Writing Software Market May see a Big Move | Major Giants Google, Microsoft, Dropbox  2021/08/23 20:00:00 iCrowdNewswire
Worldwide Collaborative Writing Software Market In-depth Research Report 2021, Forecast to 2026 is latest research study released by HTF MI evaluating the market risk side analysis, highlighting opportunities and leveraged []
   18 immigration lawyers who help tech startups land top talent from abroad  2021/08/23 17:03:56 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Immigration lawyers hold the keys to a startup''s No. 1 competitive advantage: its people. They help growing companies hire the best talent from anywhere, steering them through a daunting US immigration system that places higher scrutiny on startups than big corporations. The best attorneys know how to translate legalese into clear guidance, and they handle the paperwork drudgery so entrepreneurs can focus on building their businesses. For this list, our senior legal-industry reporter, Jack Newsham, and our most tenured startups reporter, Melia Russell, worked together to identify the top immigration attorneys helping startups and their founders secure work visas . We relied on references from founders and the venture capitalists who fund them, as well as an open nominations form. We took into consideration a lawyer''s accomplishments, clients, and reputation in the startup community, though many of the lawyers asked that we not name the startups on their rosters to protect attorney-client privilege.
   AOFEX Insight: Solana, Blockchain Dedicated to DeFi | Coinspeaker  2021/08/18 13:02:37 Coinspeaker
Solana public chain, founded by engineers from Qualcomm, Intel, and Dropbox at the end of 2017, is a single-chain, delegated Proof-of-Stake protocol.
   Claranova: Dropbox Selects Soda PDF in Its New Applications Platform Dropbox App Center  2021/02/02 17:30:00 Business Wire
PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Regulatory News: Avanquest, the Claranova group’s (Paris:CLA) Software editing division, partners with cloud storage specialist Dropbox to provide its customers with its document management solution Soda PDF in the new software tools platform, Dropbox App Center. With more than 600 million users across 180 countries, Dropbox has become a market leader in cloud storage and productive tools. Through its cloud solutions, Dropbox is on a mission to design a more collaborativ
   Why the CEO of $54 billion Twilio is staying in San Francisco amid a recent exodus of Silicon Valley elites (TWLO)  2021/01/30 16:16:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement While several prominent Silicon Valley companies, CEOs, and investors have departed the San Francisco Bay Area for places like Texas and Florida , Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson said he's committed to staying. The CEOs of Splunk, Dropbox, and Brex, as well as Oracle cofounder and executive chairman Larry Ellison , have all recently packed their bags. VCs Keith Rabois of Founders Fund, Ben Ling of Bling Capital, Joe Lonsdale of 8VC, and J.D. Ross of Atomic are also ditching the Bay . Participants in the exodus have cited frustrations the Bay Area's high taxes, high crime rates, and liberal political culture, while touting the warm weather and low costs of living in Austin, Texas or Miami, Florida, which have both become popular locales for fleeing techies . Execs aren't just moving their own homes, they're moving their company headquarters: Longtime Silicon Valley companies Oracle , Hewlett-Packard Enterprise , and Dropbox are relocating their headquarters to Texas. However, Lawson says he plans to stay put in San Francisco — and won't move $54 billion Twilio , either.
   The 10 fastest-growing workplace apps of 2020, according to $33 billion Okta  2021/01/29 18:27:53 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The $33 billion security and identity management company Okta has released its annual report on the fastest-growing business apps of the year. This is the 7th year Okta has released the ranking, which is based on customer data it collects as an identity management and access tool for workplaces. It helps workers quickly and securely sign into a variety of cloud programs without having to remember passwords, which puts it in a good position to see which apps are on the rise in the workplace each year. Its 2020 ranking reflects the massive pandemic-spurred shift to remote work. For the first time, nine of the 10 fastest-growing apps are new to the list, with only data warehousing firm Snowflake appearing in both the 2019 and 2020. One consistent feature, however, was that several cybersecurity tools made the cut. "People are more worried about security in general, but then some of it I think is pandemic fueled," said Okta CEO Todd McKinnon. "People are really worried about getting hacked and users being compromised when they're out there on their home networks." The fastest-growing app on Okta's list was Amazon Business, the ecommerce giant's tool for organizations to set up their own ecommerce sites for their employees.
   Insider Selling: Dropbox, Inc. (NASDAQ:DBX) CFO Sells 1,608 Shares of Stock  2021/01/29 11:44:42 Watchlist News
Dropbox, Inc. (NASDAQ:DBX) CFO Timothy Regan sold 1,608 shares of Dropbox stock in a transaction on Monday, January 25th. The stock was sold at an average price of $22.30, for a total transaction of $35,858.40. The transaction was disclosed in a filing with the SEC, which can be accessed through the SEC website. Timothy Regan […]
   X1® Extends X1 Enterprise™ Platform to Include Dropbox®, OneDrive® and Large Network File Shares  2021/01/28 14:01:00 Business Wire
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #CDSLegal--X1 announces the extension of X1 Enterprise Platform to include preserving and collecting data in Dropbox, OneDrive and large network file shares.