GroupOn President and COO Rob Soloman is Stepping Down


According to Reuters citing and a WSJ interview with Soloman:

Groupon Inc’s president and chief operating officer Rob Solomon is stepping down from his position at the Internet company in the coming months, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.

The Journal cited an interview with Solomon, who said he would remain special advisor to Groupon, the article said.

Solomon said that he decided to step down partly because “Groupon got really big,” growing from 200 employees a year ago to some 6,000, the article said. Solomon said he reached his decision to leave in consultation with Groupon Chief Executive Officer Andrew Mason, the article said.

I can’t help but wonder if this has something to do with the infamous GroupOn Super Bowl ads.

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