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Was money the problem before for hiring or the lack of support from the parent company (Conde Nast)? I don't know if they suddenly made more money and as a result were able to hire.

Edit: http://blog.reddit.com/2010/11/thank-you-mr-nast-may-we-have...




Unless they are lying, the impression I got was that the issue was money, and that things like Gold Members directly impacted their ability to hire.


In July 2010, some yutz who used to work there said that Conde Nast likes to "allocate resources proportionate to revenue."

http://blog.reddit.com/2010/07/reddit-needs-help.html


Exactly my point. The issue was revenue (and, of course, the parent company). But, with more revenue, came more support.




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