The data storage specialist is revamping its services to expand its revenue-generating target market, but there are speed bumps on the road ahead.
News & Analysis: Dropbox, Inc.
Comparing these cloud-based file sharing stocks reveals many significant differences.
The cloud services company rocks its latest quarter, while the new IPO on the block is from a company familiar to the fit.
Rite Aid, Dropbox, and Grubhub hit fresh 52-week lows last week. Ouch!
A drubbing post-earnings makes it look extraordinarily cheap in at least one respect.
Revenue and adjusted earnings per share above analysts' consensus forecasts apparently weren't enough to impress investors.
DBX earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.
The data storage specialist is nearly back to last year's IPO price. The stock has gone nowhere, but the year ahead looks more promising.
Apple, Amazon, and Dropbox outpaced analysts' estimates, but investors looking for that to be reflected in their stock price moves will be disappointed.
DBX earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.