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Groupon Inc.

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Groupon’s losses continued yesterday after a dismal day on Friday, sending the online coupon king’s market capitalization below the $6 billion that Google offered to buy out the company in late 2010. The shares tumbled 9 percent on Friday as company insiders got their first chance to sell their stock since the Nov. 4 IPO. With Monday’s decline, the stock is down 26 percent over the past week. There has not been any major news about Groupon, CNNMoney noted.

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