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The 28 youngest billionaires in tech, from Stripe's founders to the owner of TikTok

Mark Zuckerberg's friend Dropbox CEO Drew Houston is joining Facebook's board of directors

Drew Houston and Paul Graham on how Dropbox was created on a Chinatown bus and how determination is key to starting a business

The CEO of Dropbox explains the one thing that's worse than having your startup fail: becoming a 'zombie startup'

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$9.95 billion Dropbox beats Wall Street expectations, but analysts still aren't sure if it can crack the enterprise space

Learn from Y Combinator’s Paul Graham and Dropbox’s Drew Houston as they take the stage together at IGNITION 2018

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Dropbox crushes Wall Street expectations on earnings, but a key exec is stepping down and the stock is tanking

Silicon Valley heavyweights are trying to fix the lack of diversity in tech -- here's how

How one CEO went from rejecting an offer from Steve Jobs to an $US11 billion IPO

Dropbox CEO talks about how he went from rejecting Steve Jobs to an $11 billion IPO

Dropbox just went public and is now worth $12 billion -- now read the CEO's application for its first round of funding

Dropbox CEO Drew Houston made $110 million in 2017 -- and is on track to be Silicon Valley's newest billionaire after the IPO

Box's Aaron Levie has some hilarious advice for Dropbox's Drew Houston on how to be CEO of a public company

Condoleezza Rice, Meg Whitman, Drew Houston, and everybody else who's poised to get richer from the Dropbox IPO

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

Dropbox needs to find a new 'ethos' and more business customers for an IPO home run

The 1 key thing star founders and CEOs say catapulted their startups into major success

Dropbox's CEO credits his success to a habit he's passed on to his executive team