|Bid||89.10 x 100|
|Ask||89.64 x 100|
|Day's Range||93.89 - 96.58|
|52 Week Range||32.43 - 96.58|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||85.65|
|Earnings Date||Apr 25, 2018 - Apr 30, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||90.74|
Grubhub, the rapidly-growing Chicago-based online food ordering service, said today it is expanding its partnership with Foursquare, a technology company that uses location intelligence to build meaningful consumer relationships. Effective immediately, Foursquare City Guide users now have the ability to order from more than 57,000 local Grubhub (GRUB) restaurants that have listings on Foursquare's online and mobile platforms. When browsing Foursquare City Guide, consumers can click an "order now" button to be directed to Grubhub's online or mobile platforms to quickly place an order.
CHICAGO and NEW YORK, Feb. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Grubhub (GRUB), the nation's leading online and mobile food-ordering company, today announced an expansion of its partnership with Foursquare, a technology company that uses location intelligence to build meaningful consumer experiences and business solutions. Foursquare City Guide users across the country now have the ability to order from over 57,000 local Grubhub restaurants that have listings on Foursquare's online and mobile platforms. While browsing Foursquare City Guide, users can click the "order now" button to be directed to Grubhub's online or mobile platforms to quickly and easily place an order.
GrubHub and Yum have entered into a partnership in which Yum will purchase $200 million of GrubHub stock and GrubHub will deliver for the KFC and Taco Bell chains.
The stock market fell into a correction as the major averages and leading stocks suffered their worst losses in years. Nvidia, Twitter, Snap, Grubhub made news.
GrubHub shares moved higher on fourth quarter results this week, but traders will be watching these levels following the retracement.
A federal judge on Thursday ruled that Grubhub delivery drivers are independent contractors and not employees of the Chicago-based food delivery company. U.S. Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley in San Francisco ruled that a gig-economy driver doesn’t receive the same protections that employees do under California law, according to court documents filed Thursday . The case was originally brought against Grubhub by Raef Lawson, who lives in Los Angeles and worked as a food-delivery driver for the company for only four months.
Shares of online food delivery company Grubhub, which boomed Thursday on news of a partnership, and a $200 million investment, from Yum! Brands, cooled this morning as one bear took the unusual step of raising his share price target more than 50% even as he kept a Sell rating on the stock. Follow him at @marinonachison.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / February 9, 2018 / Shares of Grubhub were skyrocketing in Thursday trading after the company released impressive fourth quarter results and a partnership with Yum! Brands. Yum! ...
GrubHub Inc. shares are up 2% in premarket trading Friday after a judge ruled that a driver for the company was an independent contractor, not an employee. U.S. Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley ...
The deal should offer KFC and Taco Bell a quick way to add incremental transaction growth as well as unique data on the broader restaurant delivery landscape.
China's stock market benchmark plunged 5.5 percent on Friday and other Asian markets were off sharply after the Dow Jones industrials on Wall Street plummeted more than 1,000 points, deepening a week-long ...
U.S. Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley said Grubhub did not control Raef Lawson's work, so it was not his employer under California law. The Chicago-based company did not supervise Lawson, tell him when to work, what kind of transportation to use or what routes to take, she said.
A U.S. judge in San Francisco on Thursday said a former Grubhub Inc delivery driver was an independent contractor and not the company's employee, in the first case of its kind against a "gig economy" company that went to trial. U.S. Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley said Grubhub did not control Raef Lawson's work, so it was not his employer under California law. The Chicago-based company did not supervise Lawson, tell him when to work, what kind of transportation to use or what routes to take, she said.