Groupon shares jump 12% after CEO Mason’s firing

    Shares of Chicago-based Groupon closed up more than 12 percent in trading Friday, a day after CEO Andrew Mason was fired.

    The stock gained 57 cents to close at $5.10.

    The departure follows another disappointing quarter with new concerns that customers have tired of the restaurant, spa and Botox deals that Groupon built its business on.

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