Groupon Pivoting ... Again
Jul 21st 2012 10:30PM
Updated Jul 22nd 2012 10:36AM
Today, Motley Fool CTO Jeremy Phillips and tech analyst Eric Bleeker discuss Groupon's recent "pivot." The company will now sell services directly to vendors, but like the "Groupon Now!" deals from earlier this year, this move offers little promise for a struggling company.
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