Why The Groupon IPO Feels Like A Swindle

Why The Groupon IPO Feels Like A Swindle


Erick Schonfeld

The reason the Groupon IPO feels like a swindle is because profits are nowhere in sight and founders are saying trust us while they pocket $

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