Andrew Mason's "Hardly Workin" is an opus of limited musical scope, but it's the lyrics, melding Tom Peters and Bob Dylan, that will surely inspire. Perhaps, though, it's an acquired taste.
Ousted CEO Andrew Mason plans to create a San Francisco-based startup and mentor at Y Combinator. He also says he's recorded an album of business advice songs.
That's the claim from the company's interim CEOs, who say that they're "not in a rush" for a new leader to be chosen.
Facebook and Google test new site designs, Groupon gets a two-for-one CEO deal, and Windows Phone users face app injustice.
Newly ousted Groupon chief executive Andrew Mason publishes a brutally honest internal memo to employees on his departure.
Mason's departure follows another disappointing earnings report as Groupon's stock takes another beating.
A little more than a month after the school massacre in Newtown, Conn., all current and scheduled promotions have been suspended, prompting calls for a boycott of the daily deals site.
Speaking at a mobile conference today, Andrew Mason didn't want to talk about a lot of things, including M&A and changes in management at the company. But he did speak of grand ambitions for Groupon.
Both Groupon and Living Social, both promising stars not long ago, both ran into financial and legal trouble in 2012.
Net retailers have a banner day at the checkout page, while Apple checks in with new iTunes software and Syria's Internet checks out. Also: Google gets punked.
Company's board of directors had reportedly been discussing whether a change in leadership was necessary at the struggling daily deals company.