Groupon CFO talks job security, meeting with investors and restoring confidence
Jason Child, Groupon’s chief financial officer, sat down with Crain’s reporter John Pletz for a wide-ranging discussion to touch on the company’s direction following its rocky IPO and a high-profile accounting embarrassment. You can read that report here.
Mr. Child must fix not only Groupon’s accounting problems but also its reputation. With the Chicago-based daily-deal company’s stock trading at $10.06 — about half its $20 IPO price — Mr. Child is on the road doing damage control with investors.