Coupons.com rakes in $168 million with its IPO, then watches as its stock price nearly doubles on the first day of trading.
Coupons In The News
A Vermont retailer is sentenced for fraud, for cashing in more than $500,000 in baby formula coupon checks without ever selling any formula.
A California man is sentenced for selling more than $1.3 million in fake Kohl’s coupons – but his sentence isn’t the worst part.
New Jersey police arrest two men, and expect to arrest two others, for using counterfeit baby formula coupons at hundreds of Walmart stores.
Some of Publix’s newest stores aren’t doubling coupons, raising concerns that existing stores could follow.
When is it okay to print a PDF coupon, how many can you use, and why can’t companies and retailers offer a straight answer?
Chevron earns widespread ridicule, after apologizing for a natural gas well explosion by giving pizza coupons to nearby residents.
A New York mail carrier who was arrested for stealing and selling JCPenney coupons, is now suing the store and the police who arrested him.
A new report on coupon statistics says we saved less with coupons last year than at any time since before the recession.
REMAG eyes expansion, as it completes its first field test of kiosks that offer grocery coupons in exchange for your recyclables.