Who said it?

'Anything we say now can be perceived as 'fluffing the stock' or something like that. So please don't say anything like 'Groupon is awesome' around anyone you don't fully trust' - Groupon CEO Andrew Mason bans employees from making comments before the IPO - though this doesn't stop chairman Eric Lefkofsky from telling Bloomberg that he expects the company to be 'wildly profitable.'

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Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
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