|会社名||GrubHub Inc （GRUB グラブハブ）|
|概要||事業概要 グラブハブ（GrubHub Inc.）はレストランのピックアップ及びデリバリー注文用オンラインとモバイルプラットフォームである。同社の製品にはGrubhubとシームレスなモバイル・アプリケーションとモバイル・ウェブサイト、GrubhubとシームレスWebサイト、コーポレート・プログラム、AllmenusとMenuPages、レストラン向けGrubhub、レストランWebサイトなどがある。特定の市場において、同社はまた独自の配送業務を持たないプラットフォーム上のレストランに配送サービスを提供する。同社は地元のレストランを検索してインターネットに接続されたデバイスから注文するパーソナライズ・プラットフォームをプラットフォーム上のダイナーに提供する。また、注文やステータス関連情報をダイナーに提供する。同社はまた独自の配送業務を持たないプラットフォーム上のレストランに配送サービスを提供する。 グラブハブは、オンラインフ―ドデリバリ―の注文サイトを運営する米国の会社。全米600以上の都市において、地元のレストランと顧客に対しフ―ドデリバリ―システムを提供する。おもな運営サイトは「GrubHub」、「happy eating」、「Seamless」、「OrderHub」、「Your food is here」など。 Grubhub is the nation's leading online and mobile food-ordering and delivery marketplace with the largest and most comprehensive network of restaurant partners, as well as the largest diner base. Dedicated to connecting diners with the food they love from their favorite local restaurants, Grubhub strives to elevate food ordering through innovative restaurant technology, easy-to-use platforms and an improved delivery experience. Grubhub is proud to work with more than 140,000 restaurant partners in over 2,700 U.S. cities and London. The Grubhub portfolio of brands includes Grubhub, Seamless, LevelUp, Tapingo, AllMenus and MenuPages.|
|代表者氏名||Brian P. McAndrews|
|代表者役職名||Independent Chairman of the Board|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 GrubHub Inc revenues increased 47% to $1.01B. Net income before extraordinary items increased 20% to $78.5M. Revenues reflect an increase in demand for the Company's products and services due to favorable market conditions. Net income was partially offset by Operations and support increase of 69% to $454.3M (expense) Advertising costs increase of 59% to $170.3M (expense).|
$ 44.23 Billion Growth in Global Online On-Demand Food Delivery Services Market 2020-2024 | Convenience Involved in Ordering Food Online to be Key Driver | Technavio 2021/03/15 10:33:00 Benzinga
NEW YORK , March 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The global online on-demand food delivery services market is poised to grow by USD 44.23 billion during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of almost 7% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. Download Free Sample Report Impact of COVID-19 The COVID-19 pandemic continues to transform the growth of various industries, however, the immediate impact of the outbreak is varied. While a few industries will register a drop in demand, numerous others will continue to remain unscathed and show promising growth opportunities. COVID-19 will have a low impact on the online on-demand food delivery services market. Frequently Asked Questions: Based on segmentation by business model, which is the leading segment in the market? Based on the business model, the market saw maximum growth in the order-focused food delivery services segment in 2019.
The BlockFi Bitcoin credit card waitlist is open — here's what to consider if you're thinking of applying 2021/03/12 21:57:46 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The waitlist is officially open for the first-ever Bitcoin rewards credit card from BlockFi. There's a $200 annual fee and few benefits — unless you plan to invest in and trade cryptocurrency . Deciding whether to open a Bitcoin credit card relies on understanding the volatility of the market. Read Insider's guide to the best rewards credit cards . Pay with your credit card, and pay yourself back in bitcoin — that's the value proposition of the new BlockFi Bitcoin Rewards Credit Card , which recently opened its waitlist to everyone . It's the first-ever credit card that replaces the traditional cash-back or miles-and-points rewards structure with the ability to rack up the cryptocurrency that appears on Elon Musk's Twitter bio . All purchases earn 1.5% back in bitcoin. So, spend $100, and you'll get $1.50 worth of bitcoin. As you continue to see Bitcoin in headlines everywhere you turn, should you apply to have one of these cards land in your mailbox? Weigh these key considerations before adding your name to the waitlist.
Uber Eats is struggling to keep a US leader as exits mount in the aftermath of Postmates acquisition and layoffs 2021/03/11 18:03:08 Business Insider
Summary List Placement In a December 1, 2020 blog post, Stephane Ficaja, head of Uber Eats US and Canada, gave a hopeful message about the future of food delivery as Uber closed its purchase of third-party delivery rival, Postmates. With Uber's food delivery division, Uber Eats, combining with Postmates, the two operators can move forward and come "together as one company," wrote Ficaja, who took over the Uber Eats position after Janelle Sallenave left in late August. Less than three months later, the partnership between Postmates and Uber Eats has turned rocky. In late January, Uber, the parent company of Uber Eats, cut roughly 15% of the Postmates' workforce. The cuts were first reported by the New York Times . While he wasn't laid off, Postmates founder Bastian Lehmann also announced his departure. Read more: DoorDash CFO Prabir Adarkar reveals plans to boost profits after company's mixed first earnings A couple of weeks later in early March, Ficaja left Uber Eats. Ficaja was previously Uber Eats' regional manager for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Cos that rode pandemic boom get a reality check 2021/03/11 16:32:44 Economic Times India
While the pandemic battered the economy, tech companies and consumer companies powered by digital technology stood out as islands of growth.But with coronavirus cases and deaths falling, more than 2 million Americans a day getting vaccinations and the overall economic outlook improving, investors are starting to turn elsewhere.In the past month, the shares of smaller COVID tech darlings have fallen sharply — Zoom off 22 per cent and Peloton 24 per cent. Zoom’s price is down nearly 50 per cent from its all-time high, reached in October. The largest tech companies have dropped less, but even they have not been immune to the changing mood. Apple, for example, has lost 11 per cent in the last month.The real turning point goes back to Nov. 9, said David Readerman, a hedge fund portfolio manager. That was when Pfizer became the first company to announce a highly effective COVID-19 vaccine. Pfizer’s chief executive, Dr. Albert Bourla, called it “a great day for science and humanity.”That announcement, Readerman said, “was the start of what we’re seeing now — visibility on reopening and economic recovery.”Analysts predict U.S. economic growth this year of 5 per cent or more.
Amazon and Deliveroo are focusing on post-pandemic growth efforts 2021/03/10 14:20:38 Business Insider
Summary List Placement On-demand food delivery services are gearing up to become even bigger, as consumer demand for these services rises during the pandemic due to changing food ordering habits. Insider Intelligence outlined some recent developments in the space: Amazon is expanding its food delivery service in India. Amazon Food is rolling out to 62 new ZIP codes throughout Bangalore, the third-largest city in the country, per TechCrunch. Amazon Prime members can order free delivery from 2,500 restaurants across Bangalore, and nonmembers can order with a delivery surcharge of INR19 ($0.26). The UK's Deliveroo recently began IPO filing procedures. The food delivery service, which mainly operates in Europe, is kicking off IPO procedures in London, with an expected valuation of $10 billion, per The Wall Street Journal. In 2020, the company's net revenues grew 54% annually to GBP1.2 billion ($1.5 billion) as on-demand delivery surged due to the pandemic. US-based Olo is set to begin IPO preparations.
Amex Offers can save you money and earn you bonus points at Amazon, GrubHub, and Enterprise Rent-A-Car — here are some of the offers you can get right now 2020/12/09 22:25:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Every American Express card features a program called Amex Offers, which gives discounts or bonus rewards points when you use your card for purchases at certain retailers, restaurants, or services. If you have cards like The Platinum Card® from American Express or the American Express® Gold Card , you can save hundreds of dollars each year, or earn thousands of extra points. Offers are specifically targeted to each person, and even each different card that person has. That means that having a few Amex cards will likely get you access to a wider range of offers. We're seeing travel-related Amex Offers creep back, including discounts for hotel stays and car rentals. See Business Insider's list of the best American Express cards » I love The Platinum Card® from American Express for valuable perks like airport lounge access and 5x points on flights booked directly with the airline or with American Express Travel (starting January 1, 2021, the 5x points will apply up to $500,000 on these purchases per calendar year), but the card also comes with lesser-known benefits that can save you money. (Note: New cardmembers can earn 10x points on eligible purchases at U.S.
TONY XU INTERVIEW: DoorDash CEO tells us how he decided the IPO share price, what the business could look like post-COVID, and why he's staying in San Francisco 2020/12/09 21:25:41 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Just a few years ago, DoorDash was struggling to find investors , burning cash, and jostling for a spot in the competitive food delivery space along with Uber Eats, Postmates, GrubHub, and others. None of this derailed CEO Tony Xu who stayed focused on his mission and steered the ship in the right direction. And on Wednesday, he was rewarded with one of the largest blockbuster IPOs of the year. DoorDash raised $3.4 billion for its company and shares opened 78% above the IPO price. Business Insider spoke with Xu on this spectacular opening day. "What I learned in the pandemic is that once consumers form habits, they're hard to change," Xu said. "Delivery has become an additive because we eat 20 to 25 times a week so it's not all going to be one method." Despite the struggles of 2017, by the end of 2019 DoorDash had risen to the top of the U.S. food delivery market and raised billions of dollars from top tier investors with deep pockets, including Softbank Group, Sequoia Capital, Kleiner Perkins and Singapore's sovereign wealth fund.
DoorDash Shares Jump as Much as 92% in Debut After IPO 2020/12/09 19:59:45 Yahoo Finance
(Bloomberg) -- Shares of unprofitable food delivery platform DoorDash Inc. surged as much as 92% in their trading debut Wednesday, in the latest sign of investor exuberance in what has already been a record year for IPOs.DoorDash, which has seized on the pandemic-fueled boom in demand for meals brought to your door, saw its shares climb as high as $195.50 in New York after raising $3.37 billion in its initial public offering. The first-day jump, which if it holds would be the third biggest this year, gives DoorDash a market capitalization of $55 billion and a fully-diluted value of $66 billion -- larger than companies including Kraft Heinz Co., Lululemon Athletica Inc. and Ford Motor Co.Investors looked past concerns that competition from rivals such as Uber Technologies Inc. may heat up next year, just as the distribution of vaccines reduces the need for at-home dining. DoorDash’s surge also bodes well for companies such as Airbnb Inc. that are looking to add to the more than $160 billion already raised by IPOs in 2020.DoorDash’s shares opened at $182 after the company priced them at $102 each.
DoorDash IPO Spurs Uber, Lyft and Grubhub. SoftBank Is the Biggest Winner. 2020/12/09 19:04:00 Barron's
The startling public-market debut for DoorDash is having ripples among other stocks in the food-delivery and gig-economy companies.
DoorDash went public Wednesday at an opening price of $182, making CEO Tony Xu's stake in the company worth $2.7 billion. Here's what the $57.8 billion food-delivery firm's founders and executives make 2020/12/09 18:29:06 Business Insider
Summary List Placement On Wednesday, DoorDash went public , opening at $182 per share, putting the firm at a $57.8 billion market cap. The executive leading the charge is CEO Tony Xu, one of the four founders of the food delivery firm. In 2019, his total compensation was low compared to CEOs of similar firms, but he holds a large stake in the company that was worth $2.7 billion at the opening price of $182 per share. The firm's S-1 reported revenue of $1.9 billion from January to September 2019, up from $587 million last year in the same time period, but with an overall loss of $149 million. The firm's IPO marks the beginning of what could be an exciting fourth quarter in the IPO space. Airbnb, Wish, and Roblox are expected to hit the markets before the end of 2020, wrapping up a year that has seen a flurry of successful IPOs. Let's take a look at the breakdown of Xu's compensation. DoorDash's executive compensation DoorDash's S-1 disclosed the compensation for three executives: Tony Xu, Co-founder and CEO; Christopher Payne, COO; and Keith Yandell, Chief Business and Legal Officer.
Election Day 2020 deals: The best free and cheap stuff you can get today 2020/11/03 18:17:36 BGR
Restaurants, businesses, and delivery services are offering freebies and deals for Election Day. If you're out and about on Election Day, it's worth checking out some of the spots giving away free food on Tuesday, such as Boston Market, Krispy Kreme, and McDonald's. Lyft and Uber are also offering discounted rides to and from polling locations all day. Whether you're looking for something to take your mind off of the election today or you just want to celebrate the fact that you successfully voted, several restaurants and businesses are offering up deals and freebies on Election Day to tempt voters into visiting after they cast their ballots, such as Krispy Kreme . After scouring the web, here are some of the best deals that we found around the country on November 3rd: Boston Market : Get one free slider from 9 p.m. until close on Tuesday. Chili's : Order a $5 Presidente Margarita in-restaurant or To-Go and get a limited-edition sticker to show your support for the Margarita Party from October 20th to November 3rd.
GrubHub is sued for adding 150,000 restaurants to its platform without their permission 2020/10/30 21:05:52 Daily Mail Online
Two restaurants - The Farmer's Wife in Sebastopol, California and Antonia's Restaurant in Hillsborough, North Carolina - filed a class-action lawsuit in Chicago this week.
The best American Express cards of November 2020 — from the Amex Platinum to options for cash back 2020/10/30 19:48:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The best American Express cards: Best Amex card for lounge access, elite status, and more travel perks: Platinum Card® from American Express Best Amex card for dining rewards: American Express® Gold Card Best cash-back Amex card: Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express Best for bonus points on travel: American Express® Green Card Best business credit card for travelers: The Business Platinum® Card from American Express Best business card for everyday spending: The Blue Business® Plus Credit Card from American Express Great bonus categories for families: Amex EveryDay® Preferred Credit Card Best no-annual-fee Amex card: Amex EveryDay® Credit Card from American Express Best Amex card with a low intro APR: Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express American Express is most famous for its travel cards like the Platinum Card and premium "experiential" offerings like concierge service, but it also offers cards with non-travel perks and lower annual fees. Amex cards also offer various benefits like travel insurance and purchase protection.
Morning Docket 10.30.20 2020/10/30 12:30:27 Above the Law
* GrubHub may be facing a class action lawsuit for adding restaurants to the service without permission. Sounds like GrubHub was "hungry" for more listings… [ Fox News ] * A disgraced and disbarred lawyer is set to enter a guilty plea for stealing from 9/11 victims. [ New York Daily News ] * A pastor is facing a $2 million lawsuit for allegedly peeing on a fellow passenger during a flight. [ Fox News ] * A Colorado attorney, who was formerly affiliated with Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP, has pleaded guilty to sending obscene and harassing texts. [ Aspen Daily News ] * The former U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Texas, who resigned from that office earlier this month, will be joining Quinn Emanuel. Seems like he landed on his feet... [ Texas Lawyer ]
関連キーワード （IT 米国株 GRUB グラブハブ GRUB ）
ITとはInfomation Technology(情報技術)の略称。コンピューターからインターネットなどデーター通信など幅広い分野を指す。 特に、1990年代にインターネットが普及するとともにIT革命と呼ばれる情報化が急速に進展。株式市場では、90年代末から2000年前後にかけインターネット関連株などが急騰後、急落するITバブルと呼ばれる現象も起こった。IT関連株は引き続き高成長銘柄として投資家の高い関心を集めている。