Groupon has changed its operating model to one that could give restaurants more control over their offers and a bigger slice of the revenue they produce. The group-buying pioneer — which reportedly may soon be acquired by tech giant Google — has launched two new features: Groupon Stores and the Deal Feed. Groupon Stores lets restaurants and other businesses set up an online storefront — much like a page on Facebook Places — where they can offer Groupon discounts ...
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