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Dropbox CEO Drew Houston.

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.

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.
Dropbox CEO Drew Houston

$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.
What do you work on in your spare time? Harj Taggar pictured.

A former Y Combinator partner realized the most successful founders don’t always look good on paper — there’s a much more reliable s...

Harj Taggar is a former partner at Y Combinator, the tech accelerator that launched a number of successful startups including Airbnb, Dropbox, and Instacart. He asked founders about their side projects, and realized drive and curiosity outside of work was a big predictor of success.

The rise of Dropbox CEO Drew Houston, who just made the Forbes 400 after taking his company public

Drew Houston turned down several prospective buyers in Dropbox's early stages, including a bid from Steve Jobs.
Paul Graham and Drew Houston.

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.

We compared Google Drive with Apple’s iCloud and Dropbox to find the best cloud storage solution — and the winner is clear

Cloud storage apps aren't the sexiest technology ever, but investing in right app is worth your time, and can help you be more productive. We've compared the three biggest solutions — Google Drive, iCloud and Dropbox — and there is an obvious winner.
Facebook employees have access to free snacks at the Menlo Park office, but employees in Mountain View will have to eat off site.

Cayenne pepper ginger shots, homemade lemon tarts, and Michelin-starred chefs — here’s what employees at Silicon Valley’s biggest te...

San Francisco's proposal banning the new construction of on-site cafeterias, which would offer employees free food, wouldn't touch companies with existing subsidized meal plans. Here are the gourmet perks Silicon Valley employees are currently offered.

How this founder turned a hackathon project into a startup that’s changing call centers

When Tiago Paiva won a Twilio hackathon in 2011, he moved to the U.S. from Portugal. Now, his company Talkdesk is one of the most recognizable names in the call center industry, with clients such as IBM, Peet's Coffee, Dropbox, and apparel store Zumiez.