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Did Groupon really kill this waffle shop?


by ckatarsky

A small business says it was destroyed by a bad Groupon deal –but was that really the bad business decision that did this retailer in?

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LivingSocial expands line-up to include products


by ckatarsky

Popular “daily deal” site, LivingSocial has added merchandise to its roster of offers — expanding beyond its proven mix of restaurant deals, personal services and travel packages.

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Deal sites: Think flash, not local to get the best bang for your buck


by ckatarsky

There’s no shortage of web-based sale sites for retailers to partner with. But one sales model is proving far more beneficial.

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Have daily deal sites been overdone?


by Renee Cocchi

You have Gilt, Groupon, LivingSocial, BuyWithME, Rue La La, ideeli, Beyond the Rack, and Swirl and HauteLook. So are consumers getting sick and tired of all these flash sales and daily deal sites? 

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Groupon raises $950 million after Google deal falls apart


by Renee Cocchi

It’s not the $6 billion Google was offering, but it’s nothing to sneeze at either. In fact, $950 million is the largest amount ever raised by a start-up company. So what’s Groupon’s new plan?

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Groupon offers more to retailers & consumers


by Renee Cocchi

While everyone is waiting to see if Google actually purchases Groupon and for how much, Groupon is expanding its services to retailers and consumers making the coupon company even more profitable.

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Online retail giant creates strategic alliance


by Renee Cocchi

To combat Google’s likely purchase of the daily-deal company Groupon, Amazon also is allying itself with a coupon company.

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