Dropbox CTO Aditya Agarwal is leaving

Aditya Agarwal, who came to Dropbox via its acquisition of Cove way back in 2012 and was given the CTO role last year, will be leaving the company. Agarwal held the CTO role for about 9 months and was

As public markets test new highs, Dropbox said to commence IPO prep

After quite a lot of time, a business pivot, two different credit lines, buckets of capital and a refocus on cost-control, Dropbox may be finally on the path to going public.

Dropbox announces massive network expansion

When Dropbox announced it was leaving AWS last year and bringing the bulk of the operation in-house, you had to figure it was working on a significant network expansion, and today the company announce

Dropbox updates its admin panel for Business users

Dropbox might have gotten its start in the consumer market, but over the past several years it's made huge steps toward getting enterprise users comfortable with using its products. It's managed to si

Baby food delivery service Yumi launches with $4.1 million in seed funding

Yumi, the Los Angeles-based baby food delivery service co-created by former TechCrunch and Wall Street Journal reporter Evelyn Rusli and Angela Sutherland is finally open for business, with $4.1 mill

Box looks to woo Wall Street with its positive cash flow story

Like Box's last quarterly check-in, the company once again touted that it had free cash flow in the first quarter this year as part of its Q1 earnings report today — a signal that Wall Street may be

Dropbox really wants us to know its finances are healthy

Healthy financial milestones sugarcoat the conversation temporarily, but eventually Drew Houston is going to have to step into the public markets. At that point nobody will care how fast Dropbox grew

Dropbox is shuttering Hackpad, the collaborative document service it bought in 2014

Cloud sharing giant Dropbox announced this week it will shutter document collaboration service Hackpad, which it acquired way back in 2014, next month. Unlike the usual (and inevitable) demise of a pr

Equity Podcast: Dropbox’s capital appetite and average revenue per dog

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Crunch Report | Dropbox Uploads $600 Million Credit Line

Twitter stops counting @ replies, Dropbox takes a $600 million credit line, Audi acquires Silvercar and Toyota drives deeper into AI research. All this on Crunch Report.

Dropbox reportedly secures a $600 million credit line

Preteen unicorn Dropbox needs some cash real quick, so the company just secured a $600 million credit line according to a new Bloomberg report. This could be the company’s last “funding” round b

Houston, Kalanick and Zuck walk into a headline

And a bar called SPiN, where photos of them playing ping-pong have the tech media in a great mood this Friday morning. The reason? At the same time as Houston's ping pong birthday fun, SPiN was also h

Google Material Design principal Nicholas Jitkoff joins Dropbox as head of design

Dropbox today said it has named Nicholas Jitkoff — former lead designer for Google’s Material Design team — as its VP of design. This comes on the heels of a suite of announcements Dropbox

Crunch Report | Tech Execs Are Matching Donations to ACLU

Tech execs are matching donations to the ACLU, Starbucks unveils a virtual assistant, Dropbox touts a $1 billion revenue run rate, robots are making coffee and Fitbit cuts six percent of its workforce

Dropbox claims $1B revenue run rate

Today at an event in San Francisco in which it announced updates to its Paper app and its Smart Sync feature, Dropbox CEO Drew Houston talked up the company’s revenue growth and self-serve busin

Dropbox’s note-taking app Paper launches globally in 21 languages

Dropbox said today that it is rolling out Paper — its note-taking app that it’s emphasizing is a tool that’s built for managing workflow as well — globally. In addition to the regular

Dropbox’s Smart Sync lets users open a file stored only in the cloud like any normal file

Dropbox today released Smart Sync, its tool that allows users to access files stored online in Dropbox accounts automatically on a desktop without having the file stored locally. Previously dubbed Dr

Dropbox is slightly more diverse than it was last year

Dropbox today released its latest diversity report, showing a slight increase in overall representation of underrepresented minorities at the company. Dropbox is now 3% black, up from 2% black last ye

Dropbox comes to Xbox, so you can stream photos and videos on your TV

Dropbox is launching a universal Windows app for Xbox, making it the first cloud storage provider to do so. The app will allow its users to view and share their files, including photos and videos, fro

Dropbox Business updates focus on increasing enterprise security credibility

Dropbox is getting much more serious about its Dropbox Business product, and today it announced a partnership with security vendor Symantec as part of a broader update to its business products designe
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