Oct. 19, 2011 at 9:45 AM ET
The on-again, off-again initial public offering from online bargain website Groupon is back on again, according to reports.
The largest daily deal company is going ahead with a roadshow to show the company off to potential investors next week, Reuters reported Wednesday. The articled cited three unnamed sources who are familiar with the company's plans.
The Wall Street Journal's AllThingsD blog was first with the news on Tuesday, saying that the roadshow could begin either Monday or Tuesday next week.
Groupon initially filed for a $750 million IPO back in June in one of the most hotly anticipated public offerings in some time. But it reportedly backed away from going to market with it in the face of a volatile stock market and questions about the way it measures its revenues. Adding to the confusion, Margo Georgiadis, Groupon's chief operating officer, left to join Google in September.