"No comment" was never enough for Mason.
After Groupon rebuffed a reported $6 billion buyout offer from Google (Fortune 500) in 2010, the New York Times posted a story about the offer and dutifully called Groupon for comment. ,
"Mr. Mason, Groupon's chief executive, declined an interview request, saying that he would talk 'only if you want to talk about my other passion, building miniature dollhouses,'" the Times deadpanned.
The tech industry's wackiest CEO, Andrew Mason, is out at the daily deals site he co-founded.
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