Groupon has faced increased scrutiny in the past week, as auditors Ernst & Young put a major qualifier on their endorsement of Groupon’s IPO finances, and as Groupon admitted that it mistakenly did not set aside enough money for customer refunds following the holidays last quarter. Of course, with such actions, the stock tumbled and many called for the head of finance at the company Jason Child to be sacked. According to The Journal, however, Child still has the full support of the executive team and the Board of Directors. It will be interesting to see how long that lasts though.

[Source: WSJ]