Why the Washington Post will never have a paywall

The Washington Post is one of the few major newspapers left without some kind of digital paywall or subscription model, but despite the financial pressures on the company, publisher Donald Graham says he remains committed to not charging readers for the newspaper’s content online.

British regulators extend scrutiny of Groupon

After finding Groupon’s U.K. operation in breach of advertising rules nearly 50 times this year, officials are now referring complaints to regulators conducting a wider investigation into the company’s business practices.

LocalResponse rings up results with targeted local tweets

LocalResponse — a marketing platform that allows advertisers to send out targeted tweets to consumers based on where consumers have checked in or where they say they are on social networks — has found that its targeting work is paying off with significant engagement from consumers.

DealsGoRound’s offers central wallet for managing daily deals

DealsGoRound, a secondary marketplace where users can buy and sell daily deals, is launching a digital wallet service. Now deal addicts the world over can manage their deals all in one place, and receive an alert when a deal is about to expire.