You had ONE job, Groupon.
“This kind of onion price was last seen in 1999.”
A million dollars isn’t cool. You know what’s cool? Bangs.
“These are issues that don’t just touch our part of the industry but really touch the whole country and touch what is right for us to do as a people.”
Despite what you may think, it’s not necessarily a sign of desperation.
Sometimes Groupon offers some weird sh*t.
Beneath the former Groupon CEO’s twangy guitar playing and scratchy lyrics is an introspective record about getting burned by the experience of going public. Unlike his jokey resignation letter, this is how he truly feels about getting fired.
‘Hardly Working,’ Andrew Mason’s album of motivational music for business executives dropped last night, complete with shout outs to Jack Welch, Steve Jobs, and Will Farrell.
Andrew Mason was sacked by the board of directors from Groupon yesterday and posted a rather unique letter online to say goodbye.
This is a city that couldn’t have fun if you bought it a coupon and told it to.
The tech startup is facing accusations that they’re financially unsound, but more importantly, they’re just not funny anymore.
Last week, Groupon offered deals “for the man who gave birth to you.” In its latest email, the company shows a sense of humor about its mistakes.
The daily deal site has ideas for the dad who really went the extra mile.
Tech IPOs aren’t all champagne and dump trucks full of cash. Before you jump at Facebook’s upcoming offering (set to arrive tomorrow), you might be wise to consider these past catastrophic, scandalous and downright embarrassing tech IPOs as cautionary tales. There were plenty to choose from.
The deal is ON!
The $15 “name-changing service” also offered in today’s special wedding deals has proved much more popular.
From Vajazzling to lipo, these days there’s a social coupon deal for just about everything. Check out some of the most bizarre deals you’ll wish you didn’t miss out on and try Couptivate to organize your own strange (or not so strange) social coupons.
Coupons are a sham? That’s never happened in the history of consumerism!
And there was much disgruntlement.
Yeah, Groupon kind of stepped in it with their Super Bowl ads.
Don’t be dicks to your server.
Groupon for Continuations to poop on.
Get your Groupon on.