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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