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Daily deals pioneer Groupon priced its initial public offering late Thursday at $20 per share.
Groupon Inc. chopped its stated revenue by more than half in an updated SEC filing Friday as it corrected the way it accounts for money it receives selling coupons. The online deal site also said that its chief operating officer, Margo Georgiadis, has gone back to Google, where she worked before joining Groupon in May.
Groupon Inc. says its chief operating officer, Margo Georgiadis, has gone back to Google, where she worked before joining the online deals site earlier this year.
Online coupon seller Groupon Inc. may delay its plans to go public due to concerns about the stock market's stability, according to a report.
Online coupon seller Groupon Inc. is dangling its most tantalizing deal yet _ an initial public offering of stock.
Groupon Inc., the fast-growing Internet startup that offers local deals and discounts to members, has raised $500 million of the $950 million it is planning to collect in its latest financing round.
There's power in numbers. Nobody understands that better than the 20,000-plus members of Groupon.com -- a new online group coupon service -- in the District.