Now that Groupon (GRPN) surprised the Street they should merge with GrubHub GRUB, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer. The Chicago-based e-commerce marketplace posted an adjusted loss of $0.01 a share, while analysts were expecting a loss of $0.02 a share. Revenue for the period was $756 million, above analysts' estimates of $711.2 million. Gross billings declined two percent to $1.49 billion from last year. Billings were impacted by dispositions and country exits related to the company's restructuring.
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