All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Groupon’

Groupon Adds Payments To Android App For Merchants

Groupon has updated its Android app for merchants to incorporate Groupon Payments so they can accept credit cards with it. Groupon says the service can be activated within minutes, and can be used to enter bill totals, add tips, apply taxes, process refunds and email customer receipts. It’s backed by Groupon’s 24/7 support team, which can be reached by phone …

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Groupon iPad App Gets An Upgrade

Groupon announced that it has updated its iPad app in the first major upgrade since April. “The biggest updates are much more sleek, easy to use, vibrant interface that encourages browsing (similar to our smartphone app) as well as the addition of a ‘nearby’ tab that maps out deals close to you so you can buy and use immediately,” a …

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Groupon Will Reportedly Keep Andrew Mason As CEO

Earlier this week, reports were coming out that Groupon CEO Andrew Mason was on a very short leash, with Board members discussing replacing him. Kara Swisher at All Things D talked about a source indicating that Groupon needs “an Eric Schmidt,” in terms of an experienced CEO-type to Mason’s co-founder role. Either way, the latest reports are indicating that Mason’s …

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Groupon Partners With Major League Baseball

Groupon announced today that it has entered a multi-year partnership with MLB Advance Media (MLBAM), the interactive media and Internet company of Major League Baseball. As a result of the partnership, Groupon is now the official daily deals site for MLB.com. Groupon says it will be working with various teams from the league to offer more deals on tickets, official …

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Report: Groupon Looking For An Eric Schmidt To Andrew Mason’s Larry Page

Groupon stock has been on a rebound of late, thanks to an investment in the company by Tiger Global – the firm purchased a 9.9% stake in the company – but leadership at Groupon is currently in question, and there might be some changes on the horizon. The generally reliable Kara Swisher at All Things D whose sources are also …

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Groupon Teams Up With SCORE On Small Business Resources

Groupon announced today that it has partnered with nonprofit SCORE, which has developed a series of online educational resources about customer acquisition, retention and marketing for small businesses. “Joining forces with SCORE is a great way for Groupon to help small businesses grow and become more successful,” said Sanjay Gupta, VP of Merchant Marketing, Groupon. “Given SCORE’s thousands of daily …

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Groupon Goods Gets Free Shipping And Returns, Launches Toy And Holiday Catalogs

Groupon announced free shipping and free returns on Groupon Goods, as well as a new toy catalog and holiday catalog. “Groupon Goods has just come off a successful first year with over 4.3 million customers as of Sept. 2012 and an annual run rate of nearly $1.5 billion in global billings and nearly $500 million in revenues shortly after its …

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Groupon Posts $3 Million Net Loss, Misses On Revenue

Groupon announced its third quarter results today, falling short of Wall Street forecasts. The results include consolidated revenue up 32% year-over-year at $568.6 million, which was still short of expectations. Operating income was $25.4 million, up from an operating loss of $0.2 million in the third quarter of 2011. The company posted a net loss of $3 million, which the …

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Groupon Launches Breadcrumb POS System For Restaurants And Bars

Groupon announced today that it is launching Breadcrumb, a point-of-sale iPad app for restaurants, based on the software of the same name it acquired earlier this year. Here’s what it looked like pre-Groupon: The app enables servers to search for menu items and rearrange tables by swiping. It has features to enable restaurants and bars to manage labor, take orders, …

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Groupon And Savored Join Forces To Bring High-Class Dining To All

Getting reservations for a restaurant is awful. It would be so much easier if we could just reserve our tables through an easy-to-use Web site. Oh wait, there apparently is a Web site that does just that, and Groupon just acquired the company behind it. Groupon announced today that they have acquired Savored, a Web site dedicated to high-class restaurant …

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Groupon Launches Its Own Payments Service

As reported a few months back, Groupon has been testing its own payments service and Square competitor. Today, the company officially unveiled it. It’s called Groupon Payments. A Groupon spokesperson tells WebProNews that it “guarantees to be the cheapest and simplest option for local businesses to accept credit cards,” and that it “will beat any other available rates — offering …

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Groupon’s Insane Kidz Club Is Back [Video]

“Groupon is no stranger to what kids desire,” Groupon claims in its latest blog post about the return of the Groupon Kidz Club. First, for a bit of background, let’s review what the Groupon Kidz Club consists of – one character who doesn’t love his parents, one that hates stray dogs, one that simply carries around a dinner roll, one, …

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