Details of what Google may have offered to sweeten the pot for Mohan this time around are unknown.
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Dropbox's failed attempt to hire Mohan solidifies his reputation as the industry's preeminent not-quite-poachable digital advertising executive. Four years ago Mohan was reportedly close to accepting a product role at Twitter, but stayed put when Google successfully countered with $100 million in stock.
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