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(Reuters) – File hosting service provider Dropbox (NASDAQ 🙂 Inc said on Wednesday it will lay off 11% of its global workforce to optimize in line with its business priorities. Chief Operating Officer Olivia Nottebohm will also step down as of February 5, the company said in a statement.
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