Despite revenue growth, Dropbox stock languishes. Is it worth picking up, or should investors shy away?
News & Analysis: Dropbox, Inc.
Amazon has been dominating cloud computing for years now, but some competitors are looking to topple the King of The Cloud.
Some once-promising members of the 2018 IPO class have fallen out of favor in 2019, but next year should be a different story for these two lagging tech stocks.
DBX earnings call for the period ending September 30, 2019.
The data storage specialist is revamping its services to expand its revenue-generating target market, but there are speed bumps on the road ahead.
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.