Surging HubSpot Stock Makes Software Firm’s Cofounder A Billionaire

Por: Forbes Business September 15, 2021


HubSpot's cofounders, chief technological officer Dharmesh Shah (left) and executive chairman Brian Halligan (right). Boston Globe via Getty Images As more businesses across the U.S. moved online and expanded their use of cloud-based software during the Covid-19 pandemic, software firms such as HubSpot—which helps companies manage digital marketing, sales and customer service on the cloud—have reaped the rewards. Shares of the... + full article

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