Dropbox Me

Barret, Victoria
November 2011
Forbes Asia;Nov2011, Vol. 7 Issue 13, p26
The article offers information on Drew Houston, who reverse-engineered Apple Inc.'s file system so that his startup's logo appeared tucked inside. Apple chief Steve Jobs beckoned Houston and his partner, Arash Ferdowsi, for a meeting in December 2009. Houston used Dropbox, the digital storage service that has surged to 50 million users. Jobs saw the sapling as a strategic asset for his company, however, Houston was determined to build a big company.


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