$GRUB Looks To Be Breaking Out

$GRUB looks like it's ready to make a move higher. The stock is still 30% off its 52-week highs and 19.23% of the float is short, so there's plenty of short covering that can take place. There also could be some M&A happening in the food delivery space. DoorDash (DOORD), Postmates (NYSE:POST) and Uber Eats ( NYSE:UBER ) have been in various merger talks over the last year, sources confirm to The Wall Street Journal. Grubhub (NYSE:GRUB) wasn't mentioned in those particular discussions, but is believed to also be open to a deal of some sorts.

Grubhub Inc ., together with its subsidiaries, provides an online and mobile platform for restaurant pick-up and delivery orders in the United States. The company connects approximately 105,000 local restaurants with diners with diners in various cities. It offers Grubhub , Seamless, and Eat24 mobile applications and mobile Websites; and operates Websites through grubhub .com,,, and The company also provides corporate program that offers employees with various food and ordering options, including options for individual meals, group ordering, and catering, as well as proprietary tools that consolidate various food ordering into a single online account. In addition, it offers and, which provide an aggregated database of approximately 440,000 menus from restaurants in 50 U.S. states; Grubhub for Restaurants, a responsive Web application that can be accessed from computers and mobile devices, as well as Grubhub-provided tablets; point of sale ( POS ) integration, which allows restaurants to manage Grubhub orders and update their menus directly from their existing POS system; and Website and mobile application design and hosting services for restaurants, as well as technology and fulfillment services, including order transmission and customer relationship management tools. The company was formerly known as GrubHub Seamless Inc. and changed its name to Grubhub Inc . in February 2014. Grubhub Inc . was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois.

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