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Latest Groupon Inc. Items
Daily deals pioneer Groupon priced its initial public offering late Thursday at $20 per share.
Online professional networking service LinkedIn got demoted by many investors after suffering its first quarterly loss in its brief career as a publicly traded company.
Venture capitalists invested more money in more U.S. startups in the third quarter than they did a year earlier _ especially in the software industry.
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.
Wall Street's recent gloom is laying waste to the hopes of companies planning to raise money from investors.
In its first quarterly update since its sizzling IPO, online professional networking service LinkedIn Corp. reassured investors who have been buying into the hype surrounding a promising crop of Internet companies.
Shares of Dunkin' Brands Group Inc. soared nearly 47 percent on Wednesday, their first day of trading, feeding the demand of investors looking to trade in coffee and doughnuts.