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Meal-Kit Start-up HelloFresh Thinks an IPO Will Make It Worth $1.8 Billion
Has the Blue Apron rival just come out of a coma?
Blue Apron Hit With Multiple Lawsuits Alleging It Misled Investors
Its historically bad IPO has brought out the lawyers.
Blue Apron Had the Most Disappointing IPO of the Century
Share prices rank dead last for big IPOs after six weeks since the year 2000.
Blue Apron Slashed Its IPO Price by a Third
Launching in the Amazon–Whole Foods aftermath is less than ideal.
Blue Apron Says It Could Be Worth $3 Billion After Its IPO
The Whole Foods effect is very real.
Americans May Soon Be Seeing a Lot More Pret a Mangers
The British sandwich chain is reportedly preparing for a Wall Street IPO.
Chuck E. Cheese’s Is Working on a $1 Billion IPO
We’ve all taken a few too many ball-pit balls to the head.
Taco Bell’s Delivery Service May Be Looking at a $1 Billion IPO
It would make DoorDash worth about half what GrubHub Seamless is.
Shake Shack May Be Gearing Up for an IPO
Yes, dividends do come with those fries (and that shake).
That GrubHub IPO Is Now Valued at $1.7 Billion
The revised prospectus bumps up the delivery company’s value a lot.
GrubHub Files for $100 Million IPO
The delivery company juggernaut says it has 3.4 million users.
Dunkin’ Stocks Already Sound Overvalued
The ‘Post’ ups the company’s value by about $200 million.
City Councilman Kenney Wants Restaurants to Stop Taking Credit Card Fees From
Plus: Ocean Spray plans to move its Bordentown facility to Pennsylvania; and Dunkin’ Donuts prepares to go public, all in our morning news roundup.