Hewlett Packard Enterprise's Meg Whitman Joins Dropbox
Meg Whitman has joined Dropbox's board.

Digital file storage company Dropbox Inc. announced in a statement Monday that it has added Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. (HPE) , to its board.

Whitman was recently listed as a possible candidate to head troubled ride-hailing service Uber Technologies Inc. 

"Meg is a true business titan and has been a trusted friend and advisor to me for years. Her experience and judgment will be invaluable to Dropbox as we continue to grow and scale," Dropbox CEO Drew Houston said. 

Dropbox's most recent valuation prices the company at $10 billion after raising $600 million in its most recent funding round. 

Whitman has served as CEO and president of HPE since 2011, overseeing the split of HPE and Hewlett Packard Inc. (HPQ) , the company's legacy PC division. Prior to HPE she was president and CEO of eBay Inc. (EBAY) . 

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