Andrew “Drew” Houston is an internet entrepreneur, co-founder and CEO of Dropbox, and a pioneer in the next generation of “cloud computing.” The company’s online storage service that has soared in popularity. Houston, 30, co-founded Dropbox in 2007, and the service quickly attracted millions of users. As of November 2012, Dropbox, which allows users to easily store files online and share them with friends and colleagues, had over 100 million users worldwide.
The company has raised $257 million from venture capital investors, according to CrunchBase, and has a valuation estimated at $4 billion. According to Forbes, Houston is personally worth $400 million. In recent months, Dropbox has taken aim at the potentially lucrative corporate storage market.