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  1. Who Are Groupon's Main Competitors? (GRPN)

    Groupon competitors are fierce with the likes of Amazon.com, Wal-Mart and RetailMeNot. ...
  2. Risks and Opportunities of Buying Groupon Stock ...

    Groupon's business model means it faces a number of risks relating to its operational ...
  3. Why Groupon Stock Surged 13% Friday (GRPN)

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