GrubHub, the online food delivery service that merged with Seamless last May, publicly filed for an IPO today with the SEC.

The maximum aggregate offering price – or the amount it’s hoping to raise – has been locked at $100 million, in addition to a $12,880 registration fee.

Last week, the Wall Street Journal reported that GrubHub was filing for an IPO confidentially – made possible through the JOBS Act for companies earning less than $1 billion in revenue per year – but now the details of the IPO are publicly accessible. GrubHub has requested to list its common stock on the New York Stock Exchange under the abbreviated symbol ‘GRUB’.

SEC (Via TechCrunch)

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