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Shares of the daily deal site are tanking after the board said it will keep Andrew Mason as the company's top executive. Jordan Rohan,Stifel Nicolaus analyst, provides insight on the outlook for Groupon.
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Groupon announced it's becoming Major League Baseball's official daily deals website, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Three news stories on Wednesday that board members at Groupon (GRPN) were discussing firing the company's CEO Andrew Mason.
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Groupon’s performance isn’t as bad as its stock suggests, Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget said Wednesday on CNBC.
Henry Blodget, Business Insider, discusses his interview with Groupon CEO Andrew Mason, where Mason addressed speculation that his job is on the line.
Rumors that Groupon CEO Andrew Mason may be replaced pushed the company’s shares higher on Wednesday, but one analyst thinks it remains to be seen whether the shake-up would be a good thing for the struggling daily deals site.
With Groupon stock rallying on reports that the board is talking about replacing Andrew Mason, the embattled CEO took the stage at Business Insider's Ignition conference. He fielded a slew of questions from Henry Blodget, and defended his leadership of the company, ahead of a Groupon board meeting this afternoon.
Groupon CEO Andrew Mason defended his leadership at the Business Insider Ignition conference today, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Groupon CEO and founder Andrew Mason is scheduled to appear at the Business Insider Ignition conference in New York today.
Andrew Mason, Groupon CEO & founder, made comments at a Business Insider conference in New York City in November. "If I ever thought I wasn't the right guy for the job, I would be the first person to fire myself," he said.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the latest details on possible management changes at Groupon.
Aaron Kessler, Raymond James analyst, weighs in on possible management changes at Groupon.