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How Box.net became Box.com for just shy of a million bucks

CEO Aaron Levie got lucky: The company that owned the dot-com of his company name wanted a lot, but not as much as they could have held him up for.

By March 23, 2012

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Why Box.com is king of enterprise cloud storage

Dropbox and Google Drive may get the ink, but in enterprise cloud storage, no one may be more important than Box.com. CNET sat down with CEO Aaron Levie to talk about the future of the business.

By May 15, 2012

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Box.net and Salesforce.com cloud-to-cloud integration

Box.net's direct support for Salesforce.com is a glimpse into the way enterprises will manage their data in the future.

By October 23, 2009

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Purported iPad 5 gets weighed and measured

An iPad 5 outer shell gets weighed, measured, and compared to the iPad 4. The verdict: surprise, surprise, it's thinner and lighter.

By September 29, 2013

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Box aims to package up IPO for 2014

CEO Aaron Levie says Box will "have to go public" as company leaders have no intention to be acquired by a larger competitor, perhaps Google or even Microsoft.

By January 18, 2013

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Box doubles free storage to 10GB, hits 20M users

The cloud storage service makes its biggest change in three years and tweaks its paid accounts in hopes of appealing to more companies.

By August 21, 2013

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Box trying to unify cloud storage for business apps

New OneCloud service allows files created in one mobile or cloud app to be opened in another.

By March 28, 2012

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Startup Secret No. 11: Rescue your darlings

The thing you plan to build and the thing that ends up having value may not be the same thing.

By December 20, 2011

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Parsimonious Backblaze takes $5 million in funding

The company turned down other investment offers, but accepted $5 million from TMT Investments so it could expand its online backup business without losing control.

By July 25, 2012

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The ride of your life, in the living room

These leather recliners have built-in actuators that pull you into the onscreen action by rocking you around in sync with the movie's movement and sound.

By November 19, 2007