Reddit just raised a new round that values the company at $1.8 billion

 Reddit, the 12-year-old, San Francisco-based online discussion platform that has long called itself the “front page of the internet,” just closed its biggest round ever, from a whole lot of investors, reports Recode. Andreessen Horowitz, Sequoia Capital, Coatue Management, Vy Capital, Fidelity, Sam Altman and Ron Conway all chipped into the $200 million financing. Read More

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