Since its launch in 2010, question-and-answer website Quora has been likened to both Wikipedia and Twitter. But, at least in one way, Quora is making a move to distance itself from both sites: The start-up is relocating to Mountain View–and not to San Francisco, where the other two companies are located.
According to a Bloomberg report, the 3-year-old start-up plans to move to a new building just eight miles down the road from its current location in Palo Alto. The new building can hold 150 people–nearly four times the size of Quora’s current staff. Co-founder Adam D’Angelo, who was Facebook’s CTO in the early days, told Bloomberg he and his team are focused on curating the user-generated questions and answers that make up the site’s content.
“We spend a lot of time just keeping up with the growth, making sure the site and product can scale to accommodate all the new users,” he told Bloomberg.
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