Google Threatens Groupon, Makes Google Offers Available To More Users

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4:51 PM EDT February 22nd, 2013

Google has expanded its Google Offers service to anyone using Google’s upgraded AdWords dashboard, reports Business Insider.

The move could pose a serious threat to Groupon, which used to buy adds on Google and persuade consumers to sign up for email newsletters. Google offered to buy Groupon for $6 billion in 2010, but the daily deals company instead went public in mid-2012.

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