Dropbox Inc - Class A

NASDAQ: DBX
$23.12
-$0.11 (-0.5%)
Closing Price on July 19, 2024

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DBX Company Data

Asset Type Stock
Exchange NASDAQ
Currency USD
Country USA
Sector TECHNOLOGY
Industry SERVICES-PREPACKAGED SOFTWARE
Address 1800 OWENS STREET, SUITE 200, SAN FRANCISCO, CA, US
Fiscal Year End December
Latest Quarter 12/31/2023
Market Cap 8,303.77M USD
Shares Outstanding 263,329,000
Dropbox Inc offers a platform for content collaboration that connects users worldwide. It supports individuals, families, and organizations in sharing and collaborating on documents and projects. Users can start with a free version and have the option to upgrade for more features. Dropbox caters to a wide range of industries including education, technology, and finance. Founded in 2007 and based in San Francisco, it has evolved from Evenflow, Inc. to become a key player in cloud storage and collaboration.

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