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Dropbox just promoted its engineering VP to CTO, replacing cofounder Arash Ferdowsi

Dropbox has promoted its VP of engineering, Aditya Agarwal, as its new CTO, putting him in the position that's been held by cofounder Arash Ferdowsi since the company's launch in 2007. Although Ferdowsi will step back from running the day-to-day technical side of the company, Dropbox says he will continue to be involved in all aspects of the business, including product, technology, and recruiting.
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