Groupon is going through some ch-ch-ch-changes, which is causing some uncertainty for investors. The company's stock has plummeted nearly 40% during the first half of this year, and while sales are heading up, they might not be enough to ward off titans like Amazon.com and eBay .
In this episode of The Motley Fool's Where the Money Is, consumer-goods editor Mark Reeth has CG analyst Sean O'Reilly discuss what Groupon might be able to do to regain its foothold in the coupon, discount, and consumer-goods sales space.
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