Quora Raises $80M Series C to Ensure It Lasts 'Forever'

QUORA: A whopping $80 million to Quora in a Series C round led by Tiger Global, with existing investors Benchmark, Matrix Partners, North Bridge Venture Partners and Peter Thiel also chipping in. It last raised $50 million in 2012. The Palo Alto-based company is currently valued somewhere between $800 and $900 million--a hefty sum given that it has no revenue, as the NYTimes reports. The popular Q&A social platform currently boasts over 400,000 topics, according to Forbes. Quora founder Adam D'Angelo lays out here the company's plans with the cash bonanza, which includes expanding into different languages.

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