In 2011, the New York Times wrote that, “Groupon’s breakthrough sprang not just from the deals but from an ingredient that was both unlikely and ephemeral: words.” The company has popularized its product on the back of some pretty absurdly written copy. But lately, as it’s introduced Groupon Goods (the part of the company that sells actual discounted products, instead of just coupons), the infamous Groupon voice seems to be getting lost.
- The National Enquirer tabloid is growing by speaking to an audience ignored by mainstream media and backing Trump.
- An American soldier died in Iraq this weekend after a roadside bomb exploded during a security check, the Pentagon said.
- As the number of terrorist convictions has increased in the UK, so has the concern that other inmates could too be lured into extremism.
- Selena Gomez said the backlash surrounding "13 Reasons Why" "is going to come no matter what" and noted that she's very proud of the series.