• NYC extends fee caps on Grubhub, Uber Eats

    NYC extends fee caps on Grubhub, Uber Eats

    The New York City Council on Thursday extended emergency legislation slashing what food delivery apps can charge Big Apple restaurants during the pandemic. Bills capping what apps like Grubhub and UberEats can charge for facilitating a takeout order or food delivery had been set to expire in September. On Thursday, the city council agreed to …
  • Grubhub fights back against COVID-19 food delivery commission caps

    Grubhub fights back against COVID-19 food delivery commission caps

    Grubhub is launching a petition on Thursday to end food-delivery commission caps that have been imposed during the pandemic by the New York City Council, The Post has learned. The food-delivery giant, which also owns Seamless, is taking out targeted digital ads in the districts of council members who support the caps, including Speaker Corey …
  • Food delivery apps already violating Big Apple fee cap

    Food delivery apps already violating Big Apple fee cap

    Lookout Grubhub and Uber Eats, you’re under scrutiny by NYC lawmakers — again. The NYC Councilman behind a measure to limit the fees food delivery apps can charge restaurants during the pandemic is now demanding the city agency in charge of enforcing the law seek out violators and slap them with hefty fines. The demand …
  • City Council moves to extend food delivery caps on Grubhub, UberEats

    City Council moves to extend food delivery caps on Grubhub, UberEats

    Food-delivery companies like Grubhub and UberEats can expect their margins to get squeezed in the Big Apple for a while longer, The Post has learned. City Council members are slated to meet Aug. 13 to extend emergency legislation that caps the commissions and delivery fees those companies charge restaurants. Passed in May, the strict rules …
  • DoorDash valued at $16 billion in pre-IPO funding round

    DoorDash valued at $16 billion in pre-IPO funding round

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  • Grubhub acquisition sets up delivery duel with Uber

    Grubhub acquisition sets up delivery duel with Uber

    The cut-throat food-delivery business is turning into a gladiator fight. Wall Street cheered the acquisition of Grubhub by Dutch-based delivery giant Just Eat Takeaway.com on Thursday, sending Grubhub’s shares up by 4.7 percent while pushing shares of Grubhub’s former suitor, Uber, down 11 percent. Uber, which owns Uber­Eats, had been in talks to buy Grubhub …
  • Grubhub acquired by Dutch food-delivery company in $7.3 billion tie-up

    Grubhub acquired by Dutch food-delivery company in $7.3 billion tie-up

    Grubhub on Wednesday was acquired by Dutch food delivery giant Just Eat Takeaway.com. The companies announced in a joint press release that they would merge in a deal valued at $7.3 billion. Shares of Grubhub shot up more than 6 percent in extended trading to $62.72. The merger puts an end to weeks of speculation …
  • Dutch food-ordering company close to buying Grubhub

    Dutch food-ordering company close to buying Grubhub

    European food ordering firm Just Eat Takeaway.com said on Wednesday it was in advanced talks to buy Grubhub in an all-stock deal. Grubhub was also approached by ride-hailing firm Uber in May for an all-stock deal. Uber, however, is now close to exiting the deal, CNBC reported on Wednesday. Uber did not immediately respond to …
  • Grubhub rises 7 percent on news of European suitors

    Grubhub rises 7 percent on news of European suitors

    Grubhub has received interest from at least two European companies, Delivery Hero and Just Eat Takeaway.com, as potential acquirers, CNBC reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter. The news sent shares of Gruhub, which owns food delivery app Seamless, up 7.4 percent, to $61.76, in afternoon trading. Ride-hailing firm Uber in May approached …
  • De Blasio signs bill capping NYC restaurant delivery-app fees

    De Blasio signs bill capping NYC restaurant delivery-app fees

    Mayor Bill de Blasio signed several bills on Tuesday that could temporarily eat into the profits of food-ordering and delivery apps like Grubhub and UberEats. Starting June 2, the commissions that food-delivery apps can charge Big Apple eateries will be capped at 20 percent — or 15 percent for delivery charges and 5 percent for …