Investors are spooked by the departure of Dropbox (DBX) chief operating officer Dennis Woodside.

The stock ran up ahead of its earnings, which were released after the closing bell on Thursday and shares have since given up those gains Friday.

For its most recent quarter, the personal cloud company posted 27% revenue growth year-over-year. 

Dropbox debuts as a public company in March 2018.

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