YouSwoop says it’s thriving, because of one little secret reports CBS 2′s Pamela Jones.
Stock in Chicago-based Groupon plummeted on Thursday, falling more than 20 percent as of midday.
The company offered no context to the decision. Gun rights and restrictions have been the subject of fierce debate following a string of mass murders.
A group of 50 Illinois business leaders and organizations have come out in support of marriage equality in Illinois.
Could Chicago become the Silicon Valley of the Midwest? If Mayor Rahm Emanuel gets his way, it’s a very real possibility.
The chief executive officer of Chicago-based Groupon is defending his company and his leadership.
It’s almost back-to-school time, and the Chicago Public School system is asking for your help in providing supplies to kids who need them.
It was 31 years ago today that movie-goers first saw “The Blues Brothers” in theaters. Now Joliet Jake and Elwood Blues are coming to Wrigley Field for a special movie screening on July 6 at 8:30 p.m.
If you take the CTA to work, you will soon be able to snag a cheaper fare courtesy of Chicago-based Groupon.
Groupon will be the exclusive ticketing agent for concerts and the new sit-down dinners at this year’s Taste of Chicago.
Another Groupon shareholder has filed a lawsuit against the Chicago-based daily deal Web site company.
As Groupon stock fell to an all-time low Tuesday, the Chicago-based company was sued in federal court for allegedly releasing “materially false and misleading statements” regarding its financial results.
CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker found some great last-minute bargains up for grabs.
It’s time for Silicon Valley to move over, because a new report Monday says Chicago is becoming a bigger player in the high-tech industry.
In her continuing series, CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker reports on how members of the Wright family are finding ways to still eat out but save money.
Just a few short years ago, Chicago-based Groupon burst onto the Internet. Now, CEO Andrew Mason is talking to CBS’s 60 Minutes about his company’s success.
An anonymous donor helped save Christmas for the local Toys for Tots charity on Tuesday, after news a former volunteer embezzled $25,000 and left Christmas in jeopardy for many disadvantaged children.
Monday marks the start of the very first Chicago Ideas Week – days packed with dozens of speakers and events touting innovation and creativity.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Chicago film classic “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” the daily deal site Groupon is playing host to an outdoor screening of the movie at Wrigley Field.
These days, you can go to Groupon for deals on dining, spas and even a higher education. For the first time, the site is teaming up with an academic institution.