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This article was published on February 20, 2014


    WSJ: Online restaurant menu and delivery service GrubHub Seamless confidentially files for IPO

    WSJ: Online restaurant menu and delivery service GrubHub Seamless confidentially files for IPO Image by: Michael Nagle
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    GubHub Seamless has reportedly confidentially filed for an IPO. According to the Wall Street Journal, the online restaurant menu and delivery service may go public in the first half of 2014.

    If true, the filing would follow companies like Twitter and Box, both that have filed confidentially. This was made possible through the JOBS Act that allows companies with less than $1 billion in revenue in the past fiscal year to file.

    What’s unknown is how much GrubHub is looking to raise from the sale and the valuation. A company spokesperson declined to comment to the Wall Street Journal report.

    GrubHub Seamless Files Confidentially for Initial Public Offering (WSJ.com)

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