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The pitch deck that helped a startup land $6 million from the founders of Dropbox, Yelp, Box, Yammer, and Gmail
How do you raise money for your startup from a bunch of star angel investors? One CEO reveals the perfect pitch deck that helped him raise $6 million.
The CEO of Dropbox explains the one thing that’s worse than having your startup fail: becoming a ‘zombie startup’
At Business Insider's Ignition conference, Dropbox CEO Drew Houston explained the downside of being a startup that's neither failing nor succeeding.
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Announcing IGNITION 2018 speakers: Don’t miss Mark Cuban, Sir Martin Sorrell, Danica Patrick, Troy Carter, and more!
Prepare for the year ahead with insights from today’s brightest minds. This year's IGNITION lineup is packed with top executives from some of the hottest tech startups and innovative corporate enterprises.
$9.95 billion Dropbox beats Wall Street expectations, but analysts still aren’t sure if it can crack the enterprise space
$9.95 billion file sharing company Dropbox posted its earnings today. It beat Wall Street expectations, but here's what analysts have to say.
Drew Houston turned down several prospective buyers in Dropbox's early stages, including a bid from Steve Jobs.
Learn from Y Combinator’s Paul Graham and Dropbox’s Drew Houston as they take the stage together at IGNITION 2018
Learn how Paul Graham vets startups that pass through Y Combinator and whose accelerator program helped Drew Houston grow Dropbox into a $12 billion enterprise.
Dropbox crushes Wall Street expectations on earnings, but a key exec is stepping down and the stock is tanking
Dropbox reported its Q2 2018 earnings on Thursday.
Steve Jobs once offered to buy Dropbox from CEO Drew Houston. Houston said no. Dropbox went on to have a massive IPO.
Dropbox just went public and is now worth $12 billion — now read the CEO’s application for its first round of funding
Drew Houston once he would have bailed on Dropbox for $1 million. Now, he's a billionaire.