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When the doors opened on the fourth floor, he was a deer in headlights: The entire staff was already gathered. He stood and breathed deeply for a couple minutes as Pao spoke first, delivering prepared remarks. Her words were a shock to many junior staffers, who'd heard her repeat over and over in the past 10 days that she would not resign.
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To Huffman, her words were a blur. Heck, a year of purgatory for some. He'd be their third CEO in nine months. He'd prepared a speech but didn't want to read from a piece of paper. So he ad-libbed, introducing himself, detailing his history, and explaining what he wanted to see out of Reddit.
It was not a slam dunk. He came across as enthusiastic--if a little terrified. Some employees were unimpressed by his words, which included multiple notes on issues that needed immediate fixing.
To others, they felt critical, arrogant: He'd just left Hipmunk, where his longtime employees offered up encouragement and hugs. Other employees saw in Huffman's words and tone a laser focus on product, a specific set of goals in mind. Huffman took a few questions from the gathered staffers, including one about Pao's ban of hard alcohol in the office and moratorium on work events whose sole activity or focus was drinking: We're gonna treat you like adults, and in exchange, I want you to act like adults and look out for one another.
Despite having announced that she'd stay on as an adviser, she would not be seen at New Montgomery again. Already, questions were waiting for him. He typed a greeting into the comment box and then answered Redditors' questions for the next 15 minutes. Huffman realized he wanted to immediately make good on his goals, to meet the team, to make all that was wrong right.
He swiveled his chair around and introduced himself to the first staffer he saw. It took every ounce of restraint he could muster not to fire the guy on the spot.
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Instead, he tried again. He turned to the person at the next computer. They struck up a friendly conversation. That afternoon, Huffman shook hands with and introduced himself to about half of the 65 staffers. Turnover was high in the months following Huffman's return: About 50 staffers left.
But Reddit also began a significant hiring tear, and it had more than employees by the end of Ohanian's new job's best description might have been "salesman emeritus.
I think 70 percent of the population just really falls for his charms, and many of them are CMOs," Huffman joked, with a little grin. During its third season, which aired inthey pulled off an elaborate integration in which there were nods to Reddit on the show and, simultaneously, clues from the show unfolded in subreddits online.
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It was a long and glowing story focusing on his courtship and pregnancy with Serena Williams. The pregnancy had come to light the past April, when Williams made public what appeared to be intended as a private Snapchat pic of herself in a swimsuit with a tiny midsection bulge labeled "20 weeks.
Ohanian threw Garvin an almost undetectable side-eye, and joked about the magazine photographs: I'd been meaning to schedule both engagement and maternity photo shoots for Serena.
Now we have both--taken by Annie Leibovitz. Ohanian deferred to Huffman on business matters--gone was his mandate of "let Alexis be Alexis. Making money and converting traffic to money were clear goals, something he'd never had before at Reddit.
Perhaps most encouraging for their relationship, the pair had again begun to banter like brothers. They were not together in the office a lot, but when Huffman was asked how working side by side was going, he was so comfortable that he went straight for a joke: They had, after all, lived together on and off for eight years.
They had their finances intertwined for years. Their legacies were still tied together, in Reddit. In the future, making decisions that are good for business is perhaps the biggest change Reddit faces--though Huffman was poised to walk into that wind. Reddit had improbably survived a decade of management lax enough that its communities spiraled out of control--and now everything, down to specific content, was under the microscopes of multiple teams at Reddit: In the summer of came a moment of epic relief for Steve Huffman.
Finally, he had completed a new funding round.
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The process of putting together the round--setting terms that could shape the future of Reddit and its value to both existing shareholders and employees--had been a slog. At least once during the yearlong process, he'd grown so frustrated that he'd come close to calling off the effort. Now it was done, which meant time for a victory lap. There were only about of these companies in the world, and a hundred in the United States.
Something else miraculous happened over the summer of Reddit's traffic grew to such an extent that Amazon's web analytics arm, Alexa, the primary site-ranking service, considered it the fourth most popular website in the U. August and September went by without a single major community flare-up--the first time a late summer and autumn had passed in five years without Reddit nearly strangling itself out of existence. Huffman's past cycles of self-doubt seemed to have lifted.
There was joy for him in experiencing the daily rhythm of Reddit's new home at Taylor Street, the flow of staff pausing to chat on their way to their workstations.
He could often be found with his laptop on a couch in front of the elevators on the third floor, his feet in scruffy Adidas soccer shoes, propped up, greeting anyone who walked by. Copyright Christine Lagorio-Chafkin.
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