Groupon hires ex-Amazon GM to lead Seattle office

Groupon hires ex-Amazon GM to lead Seattle office

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Groupon is the latest tech giant to plant a flag in Seattle, opening an office in Seattle’s International District with room for 20 to 30 employees. The arrival of Groupon follows engineering offices from companies such as Hulu, Splunk, eBay, Facebook, Zynga and others, a trend we’ve talked about in...
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