Dropbox opens up for $500m IPO

Tom Wright
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File-sharing vendor saw revenue top $1bn in 2017, but vast majority of users don't have paid-for subscriptions

File-sharing vendor Dropbox has filed for an initial public offering (IPO) with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. The vendor, which was founded in 2007, said it will look to raise $500m...

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