Groupon co-chief executives Ted Leonsis and Eric Lefkofsky aren't racing to find the next CEO as the current executive team is "gelling."
Groupon has had a tough past few months, but at least today's Q1 earnings beat expectations.
Groupon's board of directors is looking outside the company's current management for candidates that could assume the now vacant position of CEO.
Guest Post As Groupon's most vocal critic, I wanted to take a look at what changes we might see and the state of the business today.
Andrew Mason said his time at Groupon was like getting to the Terra Tubes without dying.
Groupon reported its fourth quarter 2012 earnings today almost exactly where analysts had expected: with $638 million in revenue, up 30 percent over last year.
The problem was that analysts wanted a profit.
"It's a way better deal than Groupon," Kim said. "Also, advertisers can track this."
Think the group-coupon craze is nearing the end of its life cycle? Tell that to LivingSocial's investors.
In 2012, 2,357 private technology companies were bought for a combined total of $84 billion, according to a new report from research firm PrivCo. That's slightly up 22 percent from 2011, but the real surprise is who is doing the acquiring.
When it came time for VC firm Lightbank to open its first office outside of Chicago, its partners -- including Groupon founders Brad Keywell and Eric Lefkofsky -- looked east to New York City, instead of Silicon Valley.
ChowNow gives restaurants streamlined mobile-and-online-ordering templates and marketing consulting services.
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VC funding was down 15 percent in 2012, while crowdfunding grew 91 percent, as a new infographic from Startups.co shows
Groupon’s shares soared about 23 percent today on a sketchy rumor that Google was interested in buying it, according to a report.
What is Wall Street's beef with Groupon CEO Andrew Mason?
Don't call it a home run, but slumping deals company Groupon isn't striking out with Major League Baseball -- quite the opposite, actually. The organizations announced Thursday that Groupon is now official daily deals site of MLB.com.
Groupon today announced changes to its Goods business to make its discounted wares more attractive to bargain-hunting holiday shoppers.
A seemingly good deal gone awry, Groupon today reported quarterly earnings that once again disappointed investors and sent its stock price dropping in after-hours trading.
Thursday, the deals company reported third quarter earnings below expectations. Groupon posted $568.6 million in …
Guest Post Yesterday was the one-year anniversary of Groupon's IPO. And it's been a bad year. Here's what lies ahead in the deals landscape.
Guest Post Out-of-home ads, such as those on billboards, transit, and street benches, may get a lot of eyeballs, but they can't account for our preferences. Mobile can.