Exclusive: Changes are afoot at Groupon's India business: Ananya Bubna has resigned as the Managing Director of the company, and Ankur Warikoo has been appointed CEO, MediaNama has learned from reliable sources. In addition, Ananya and Udayan Bubna have been asked to resign from the companys board of directors. An email to Groupon sent almost two weeks ago to confirm the resignation of Ananya and Udayan Bubna is yet to elicit a response. Warikoo declined to comment, and asked us to contact PR. Warikoo was previously a consultant with the company and, according to his LinkedIn profile, and an Entrepreneur in Residence at Rocket Internet GmbH. Prior to that, he was a co-founder at Accentium Web*, before leaving the venture in September 2010. Gets Interim Injunction Against Groupon.in; Mediation Groupon had entered the Indian market eight months ago by acquiring SoSasta, and retained Ananya…
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