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Business Week points out that restrictions Google's Gmail has put into effect are not helping Groupon or other enterprises trying to earn a buck, or in Groupon's case even a penny, exploiting your email address. What Groupon has done well along the
Even with the recent announcement that companies such as Groupon and LivingSocial may be offering contracts to healthcare providers that take into consideration the prohibition against fee splitting, practitioners should nonetheless proceed with
A new chapter in Groupon history began last week with the ouster of Groupon CEO Andrew Mason. After a devastating earnings report on Wednesday, Mason was ousted by the board on Thursday. As Groupon's most vocal critic (disclosure: I'm short Groupon),
Where has this Board been for the six or so quarters since the company went public and began to struggle from the outset. Frankly, where were they before the IPO? Now they imply that they just began to search for someone else to take on the
In 2011 while Groupon was preparing to go public, it made gaffe after gaffe. It tried to invent new accounting conventions to suppress the realities that it really didn't make money even though it experienced rapid growth in customers, both those
Today's write-up is a rebuttal to a fellow blogger who presented his bullish case on Groupon this week. Let's give you an early heads up. November last year, hit its rock bottom last week after second quarter earnings announcement. Veterans like
Rocky Agrawal We've heard quite a few opinions about who's to blame for Groupon's IPO fiasco ever since the company announced a restatement of its earnings last Friday and indicated that it had material weakness in its internal controls.
As investors stew over another accounting restatement at Groupon Inc., some may call for the heads of company co-founder and Chief Executive Andrew Mason, or executive chairman and co-founder Eric Lefkofsky. Unfortunately for those shareholders,
A restatement is forthcoming, the second such change in seven months. Fast-forward three days, and we're now hearing rumblings of an SEC inquiry that could become an investigation. CEO Andrew Mason took a turn on 60 Minutes , calling the error a "
Groupon Inc, which runs the world's largest online coupon site, has agreed to an $8.5 million settlement of nationwide litigation alleging the expiration dates on its coupons are illegal. The settlement resolves 17 lawsuits that had been combined in