What Amazon is really accusing Trump of doing in JEDI deal

2019-12-10

Much of the coverage of Amazon.com Inc.’s appeal of the $10 billion-a-year JEDI contract focused on President Donald Trump’s antagonistic tweets and statements about Chief Executive Jeff Bezos, but as is typical in this administration, the actions taking place in secret amid the tweets are much more important. As impeachmentRead More →

Alphabet earnings miss estimates, driving down shares 2%

2019-10-28

Alphabet Inc., the parent company of Google, reported a third-quarter earnings miss that sent its stock down 2% in after-hours trading on Monday. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company GOOGL, +1.95% GOOG, +1.97%  reported net income of $7.07 billion, or $10.12 a share, compared with $13.06 a share in the year-agoRead More →

Dropbox adds two female tech execs to board

2019-08-27

Dropbox Inc. added two women to its board of directors on Tuesday, the latest push by CEO Drew Houston to diversify leadership at the file-storage company. Lisa Campbell, chief marketing officer at Autodesk Inc. ADSK, +1.63%, and Karen Peacock, chief operating officer at software firm Intercom, joined the 10-person board,Read More →

PagerDuty IPO: 5 things to know about the DevOps company

2019-04-09

PagerDuty Inc. late Tuesday hiked the pricing range of its coming initial public offering, signaling heightened demand for its shares as it joins the stampede of IPOs from tech startups expected this year. In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, PagerDuty PD, +0.00%  raised the expected pricing for its IPORead More →

Dropbox stock falls 10% after margin guidance disappoints

2019-02-21

Editor’s note: A prior version of this article gave an incorrect ARPU figure. The article been corrected. Getty Images Dropbox reported fourth quarter earnings Thursday after the closing bell. Dropbox Inc. reported sales and revenue guidance that topped Wall Street expectations late Thursday, but issued guidance that disappointed investors. DropboxRead More →