Nathan Barton submits:I'm compelled at my initial findings on this idea and wanted to share. As many of you know, there is a phenomenon known as Groupon that has been sweeping the nation and is now moving into other countries as well. For those unfamiliar, what Groupon does is negotiate one really great deal in your city each day at a huge discount (normally 30-90% off) and send it to you in a nice morning e-mail. These deals may be for local restaurants, spas, or fun activities.
The Daily MirrorWhen The Independent announced last week it was closing its print editions (and selling off sister title, the i newspaper) to focus entirely on digital, one would imagine there was a lot of soul-searching going on amongst its Fleet Street competitors.
Kid Dynamite submits:
The headline Friday night was "Groupon Said To Reject Google's Offer." Wowza. First, a little background for the uninformed: Groupon is a localized online coupon site. They solicit retailers in various metropolitan cities, inducing them to offer deals which Groupon markets to their audience of eager bargain hunters.