Dropbox had its long-awaited IPO on Friday — and had a huge pop of almost 36% in first-day trading. Dropbox COO Dennis Woodside, largely credited with leading the cloud storage company to growth, sat down with Business Insider for an interview.  In the interview, Woodside discussed what investors didn't understand about Dropbox, why it doesn't like being called an enterprise company, and how the company reminds him a lot of his days at a pre-IPO Google Google.   NEW YORK CITY --...


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