Groupon

Groupon (NASDAQ: GRPN) is building the daily habit in local commerce, offering a vast mobile and online marketplace where people discover and save on amazing things to do, see, eat and buy. http://groupon.com
Groupon is reinventing the traditional small business world by providing merchants with a suite of products and services, including customizable deals, payments processing capabilities and point-of-sale solutions to help them attract more customers and run their operations more effectively. By leveraging the company’s global relationships and scale, Groupon offers consumers incredible deals on the best stuff to eat, see, do, and buy in 48 countries. With Groupon, shoppers discover the best a city has to offer with Groupon Local, enjoy vacations with Groupon Getaways, and find a curated selection of electronics, fashion, home furnishings and more with Groupon Goods. To subscribe to Groupon emails, visit http://Groupon.com. To learn more about the company’s merchant solutions and how to work with Groupon, visit http://GrouponWorks.com.

Download our app for iPhone or Android: iTunes - http://gr.pn/WbXebM Google Play - http://gr.pn/16v6p9C Community Guidelines Welcome to the Groupon Facebook Page! We love when you leave comments, photos, videos, and links, but we have a few house rules.

The short version is “be cool and use common sense.” The long version is... Be Courteous: Keep the dialogue civil and respectful, treat others how you want to be treated, and whatever you do, do not enter the cellar without permission. Don’t Spam: Posts containing advertising or solicitation, including external photo or link posts, or those that are posted more than once, are likely to be removed. We’ll do the branding around here. Be Relevant: Staying on topic helps people share and learn from one another. In fact, staying on topic is how James Watt invented the steam engine. Keep It Clean: Vulgar, profane, obscene, offensive, derogatory, or inflammatory content is not permitted, even if you’re legally classified as “a little scamp.” Protect Your Personal Information: This one’s easy. Don’t post your Groupon password, credit card number, phone number, or email or physical address. C’mon.

Please report posts that violate these guidelines or Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities by using the spam link. As moderators, we reserve the right to remove any posts. We also reserve the right to hide, or permanently delete, posts from any individual. But don’t make us do it. For questions about the Groupon Facebook Page or to report misuse, please email our moderators at support.sm@groupon.com.

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Groupon is an American worldwide e-commerce marketplace connecting subscribers with local merchants by offering activities, travel, goods and services in 15 countries. Based in Chicago, Groupon was launched in November 2008, and the first market for Groupon was Chicago, followed soon thereafter by Boston, New York City and Toronto. By October 2010, Groupon was available in 150 cities in North America and 100 cities in Europe, Asia and South America, and had 35 million registered users. By the end of March 2015, Groupon served more than 500 cities worldwide, nearly 48.1 million active customers and featured more than 425,000 active deals globally in 48 countries. The idea for Groupon was created by now-ousted CEO and Pittsburgh native Andrew Mason. The idea gained the attention of his former employer, Eric Lefkofsky, who provided $1 million in "seed money" to develop the idea. In April 2010, the company was valued at $1.35 billion. According to a December 2010 report conducted by Groupon's marketing association and reported in Forbes magazine and the Wall Street Journal, Groupon was "projecting that the company is on pace to make $1 billion in sales faster than any other business, ever." In its first earnings release as a public company, Groupon reported a 2011 fourth-quarter loss of $9.8 million on an adjusted basis, disappointing investors. Additional investor concerns arose after the company restated 2011 revenues downward in March 2012. Wikipedia