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* Is Groupon running out of money? Henry Blodget over at Business Insider does the math and concludes -- among other things -- that as of June 30, the leading daily deal site owed $392 million to merchants for sold Groupons, significantly more than the $225 million of cash the company had on hand. (Business Insider)
* Andy Miller, Apple's (AAPL) head of mobile advertising, is leaving the company to join venture capital firm Highland Capital Partners. Meanwhile, Louie Manta, a visual interface designer on the iTunes Design team, is leaving for credit startup Square. (Fortune and 9 to 5 Mac)
* Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes sold his activism-focused social network Jumo to GOOD, a digital media platform, for what basically amounts to $0. (BetaBeat)
* Actor-turned-angel investor Ashton Kutcher guest-edited a large chunk of Details magazine's social-focused September issue. Check out some of the results, including a round-up of entrepreneurs dubbed, "The New Titans of Tech." (Details)
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Daily deals site LivingSocial, which has made a splash over the last few months with half-off deals from Amazon and Fandango, just clinched $400 million in funding from existing investors like Lightspeed Venture Partners and Amazon, at a valuation of $3 billion. (Wall Street Journal)
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