Groupon can’t buy a break. As it approached the public markets the company was taunted as a ponzi scheme. Its critics believed it would never really make money. They believed it was a flawed company.
But fickle investors don’t care about that anymore. Their concern is that the company’s gross billings — a better indicator of the company’s core business, which is selling coupons — are down on a sequential basis.
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