Either deal will reportedly value the company at $3 billion.
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Things are so not okay in deal-site land.
Its stock price is now about a quarter of its IPO value.
The chef-owner team of Hiro Sone and Lissa Doumani have walked away.
A one-night, one-time package at a private home in Big Sur comes with your own Michelin two-star chef: Joshua Skenes.
The Bay Area-based start-up sells virtual gift cards on behalf of restaurants, but isn't a deal site.
They're really very sorry.
Fifty of Groupon's "deal vetters" are suing for unpaid wages. Perhaps they'll accept $10 for $20 worth of overtime?
The deal site faces more bad news preceding their now delayed IPO.
The deal site is kinda sorta insolvent, yet still hoping for that IPO.
As we look further into this shady-seeming deal site, it just gets shadier.
The San Mateo–based company doesn't make a lot of sense to us, and the restaurants they're selling coupons for have never heard of them.
At this point CEO Jeremy Stoppelman thinks the company's going to get its best valuation from the public market.
Thirty percent off at a New York institution, with deals to follow in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Philadelphia.