25.72 +0.23 (0.90%)
Pre-Market: 8:49AM EST
|Bid||25.60 x 800|
|Ask||25.97 x 900|
|Day's Range||25.47 - 26.49|
|52 Week Range||18.50 - 43.50|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Feb 21, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||34.00|
Palo Alto's (PANW) buyout of Demisto is expected to help the company incorporate AI and machine learning to enhance the automation of its customers' security operations.
It's hard enough to open a single restaurant in San Francisco — let alone three in the same place, simultaneously. Kash Feng, owner of Michelin-starred Omakase, recently opened three eateries on the ground floor of Equity Residential's One Henry Adams apartment complex.
YC's Demo Days regularly attract the world's top venture firms and a smattering of celebrity investors.
Dropbox, Inc. (DBX), a leading global collaboration platform, today announced it has completed the acquisition of HelloSign, an eSignature and document workflow platform with more than 80,000 customers. Together, Dropbox and HelloSign believe they can deliver an even better experience to Dropbox users, and simplify workflows for millions of customers. This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 related to Dropbox’s acquisition of JN Projects, Inc. d/b/a HelloSign that involves substantial risks, uncertainties and assumptions that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such statements.
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Box stock was on its way up Tuesday following a Goldman Sachs analyst weighing in on the company. Goldman Sachs analyst Ted Lin is behind the good news for Box (NYSE:BOX) stock on Tuesday. He initiated coverage of the stock for the firm today and starts it off with a "Buy" rating. He believes the company may see a rise in bookings in fiscal 2019 and a similar move for revenue in the following fiscal year. The coverage of BOX stock started by Lin also includes a price target for the stock. The analyst is giving BOX stock a price target of $31. This is a roughly 44% premium over the stock's closing price of $21.56 on Monday. InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips "We view Box as one of the best-positioned vendors in cloud content management, taking advantage of the shift of enterprise content management to the cloud as well as the unification of enterprise content management with enterprise file sync and share," Lin wrote in a statement obtained by MartketWatch. * 7 Stocks That Won Super Bowl Sunday Box is a company that handles cloud content management. It has several apps across various operating systems that allow for its use. The company was founded back in 2005 and one of its main rivals in the market is Dropbox (NASDAQ:DBX). BOX stock started trading publicly following an IPO in January 2015. BOX stock was up 8% as of Tuesday afternoon and is up 17% since the start of the year. ### More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 10 F-Rated Stocks That Could Break Your Portfolio * 5 Fintech Stocks to Buy As This Mega Trend Gains Steam * 10 Cold Weather Stocks to Heat Up Your Returns As of this writing, William White did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. Compare Brokers The post Why BOX Stock Is Surging Today appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Earnings season is here, and the technology sector is entering the spotlight. Tech stocks will be reporting over the next few weeks, and based on some omens from the first few results, it could be ugly. For instance, Nvidia (NVDA) has thrown up yet another profit warning, citing weakening conditions in China, among other things. And Apple (AAPL) just reported its first decline in both sales and profits for a holiday quarter in the iPhone era. Every company has the potential to deliver a surprise announcement that catches the market off-guard. The key is identifying the ones likeliest to please Wall Street. So, which tech stocks are primed to outperform this quarter? RBC Capital's Mark Mahaney (Track Record & Ratings) is a Top 30 analyst among the 5,000-plus analysts ranked by TipRanks. He has an impressive 65% success rate and 21.3% average return. And he has released a report setting out his expectations for top technology stocks going into the print. Here are the best tech stocks to buy before earnings, based on the bullish expectations of Mahaney and RBC. But these aren't just earnings plays, nor are quarterly results make-or-break moments for these companies. All five stock picks are top ideas in general that boast serious growth potential for 2019 and beyond. ### SEE ALSO: 19 Best Stocks to Buy for 2019 (And 5 to Sell)
Although Salesforce Ventures is investing in more Bay Area companies than it ever has, the company’s venture arm is finding an increasing number of attractive deals in this particular category outside of the Bay Area and California.
Dropbox’s acquisition marks one of its largest to date but it has yet to be seen whether it will lead to a higher conversion rate of free customers to paid subscribers and avoid alienating its existing partners.
More than $56 million in venture deals, a $230 million acquisition and a new $115 million fund that's focused on sports startups topped the Bay Area founder and funder news at the start of the week. Here are the details.
Dropbox, Inc. (DBX), a leading global collaboration platform, announced today that it will report financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended December 31, 2018 after market close on Thursday, February 21, 2019. The company will also hold a conference call on the same day at 2:00 PM PT / 5:00 PM ET to discuss its financial results with the investment community.
Caterpillar, Dropbox, Versum Materials, Entegris, Fox and Apple are the companies to watch on January 28, 2019.
(Reuters) - Data sharing and storage company Dropbox Inc said on Monday it would buy electronic signature company HelloSign for $230 million in cash, which will expand its portfolio of workflow-related ...
Dropbox announced today that it intends to purchase HelloSign, a company that provides lightweight document workflow and e-signature services. Dropbox's SVP of engineering, Quentin Clark, sees this as more than simply bolting on electronic signature functionality to the Dropbox solution. For him, the workflow capabilities that HelloSign added in 2017 were really key to the purchase.
Dropbox, Inc. (DBX), a leading global collaboration platform, today announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire HelloSign, an eSignature and document workflow platform with more than 80,000 customers. “With over an exabyte of data on our platform, millions of people already use Dropbox as a place to collaborate on their most important content,” said Dropbox Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Drew Houston. “We’re thrilled to welcome HelloSign’s talented team to Dropbox and add their capabilities to our product suite.
The market for initial public offerings (IPOs) in 2018 saw 190 companies take the plunge, raising $47 billion in collective proceeds. That IPO tally was higher than the 160 offerings in 2017, and far better than the 105 in 2016. That's the good news. The bad news is that activity came to a grinding halt in the final two months of the year. IPO pricings fell 66% after Nov. 1, throwing cold water all over the market for IPOs heading into 2019. "The fact that the market is shaky right now, if it stays that way, we will see discounts to get deals done. It is amazing Tencent (Music) pulled off its IPO," Kathleen Smith, principal at IPO specialist Renaissance Capital, told CNBC in mid-December. She also said the online music platform priced at the bottom of its $13-15 range, "and maybe it should have priced below its range, based on how it is trading." On top of that, the partial federal government shutdown could delay some of the most hotly anticipated IPOs on investors' watch lists in 2019. That's because many workers that review such documents haven't been allowed back to their desks. Despite all this, 2019 could be a big year for initial public offerings. While the total number could be down, there are some potentially explosive offerings on the horizon, and a couple of CEOs have recently affirmed that their IPOs still are on track. Here, we look at the 11 hottest IPOs to watch for in 2019. In some cases, the companies have filed official paperwork for an offering. In others, experts are anticipating a 2019 offering based on company statements or actions. ### SEE ALSO: The 25 Biggest U.S. IPOs of All Time
Video editors who collaborate on clips using Dropbox should appreciate a new feature the company is introducing today. As with all other Dropbox comments, you can @ mention specific users to get their attention, making it a bit less likely that a requested change will just sit there without being addressed. Dropbox says you can scrub through 1080p video files and get instant thumbnail previews, while audio files now display a full waveform preview when they're viewed on the Dropbox site.