Investors gobbled up daily deal site Groupon’s stock during its initial public offering (IPO) last month. Now online review site Yelp hopes to leverage money raised by its pending IPO to speed up growth. This matters to you because, unlike Groupon, your restaurant participates in Yelp whether you want it to or not. Prepare to have your ears blistered when you ask restaurant operators what they think of Yelp. Many will tell you they dislike it, citing one of two factors. One is the ...
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