Reddit hires its first chief financial officer as it prepares for an I.P.O.

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This is the beginning of the end of Reddit as we know it. When board members will be able to make decisions in their interest, this will end up being like Facebook.


Welp, goodbye Reddit. Once you go public, you’re beholden to shareholders’ interests from that point forward. Everything else gets buried.


/r/wallstreetbets should short the IPO. That would be hilarious.


Can we trade karma for pre-IPO shares?


A public company is the antithesis of Reddit.