Mary "Margo" Margaret H. Georgiadis, Groupon's former COO, walked away from nearly $25 million in stock awards in order to become president/Americas at Google, according to an SEC filing.Georgiadis was only at Groupon for five months in 2011. Nonetheless, that still made her the highest-paid person, on paper, during fiscal 2011. Her compensation package was worth $27.3 million, mostly in restricted stock.
Groupon has lost its second COO in six months. Back in March of this year, Rob Solomon, who joined the company in March 2010, announced that he would be leaving the company. A month later, Groupon hired former Google VP Margo Georgi... Read Post
Groupon this afternoon filed a revised version of the S-1 for its pending IPO, in which the company disclosed the resignation yesterday of COO Margaret H. Georgiadis and restated previously reported revenues. Georgiadis is returning... Read Post