Friday September 25, 2020

Reddit chief warns of potential housing threat to expansion

Killian Woods

Business reporter

12th May, 2019
Reddit’s chief technology officer Chris Slowe

A senior Reddit executive has said that the rising cost of housing, which makes it hard for new college graduates to live in Dublin, could affect the company’s future plans to expand in Ireland.

The online message board giant, which is valued at $3 billion, has announced plans to open its first physical presence outside the US in Dublin.

The move would involve hiring 25 staff by the end of this year – including...

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