Groupon shares are down sharply after reporting disappointing earnings, with CNBC's Jon Fortt; Jay Yarow, Business Insider; and Roy Choi, TechnoBuffalo.
Groupon is laying off some employees on its sales team, the company said Thursday.
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Mark Mahaney, Citigroup Investment Research Internet analyst, discusses why he maintains a "buy" rating on Groupon and a $19 per share price target, despite hitting new lows since the stock went public last November.
Groupon shares continue to plummet—falling below $8 for the first time Wednesday, and ending the day down 6.5 percent, bringing the stock down 62 percent year-to-date. What happened?
Stocks recovered from their worst levels but still finished lower Wednesday in choppy trading, after minutes of the Federal Reserve's latest meeting offered no strong hints about more easing to prop up the sluggish economy.
Why I wouldn’t dare recommend Groupon’s stock — at least not to friend.