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Investing in the Habits of Old and Young
For decades, investors have been focused on companies that market intensively to the baby boom generation – people born in the nearly two decades after World War II. This kind of demographic investing, as it’s called, has become ingrained in the DNA of American markets. Just Google “baby boomer
When athletes are left to their own digital-dating devices
This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's May 9 Fame Issue. Subscribe today! ADVISORY: THIS STORY CONTAINS MATURE CONTENT THE SINGLE MAN with the sexy job is stuck. For starters, he is fairly thick, just large enough to have not seen his Adam's apple since never, and to have not enjoyed a ton of
Meet the Guy Delivering Food to Snowed-In New Yorkers
While most New Yorkers are fleeing the snow and cold, Aaron Cruz, a restaurant deliveryman in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan, was bundling up to head out. Cruz delivers food on either by foot or electric motorized bicycle for Eatery Restaurant, serving comfort food to hungry New
A Look Back at 2014's Top Food Trends
There was a lot to love in food this year, but some stood out more than the rest. These are the foods that reached a fever-pitch in 2014. Frankenfoods The list can probably stop here, because frankenfoods definitely take the (hybrid) cake. As a residual result of the Cronut, frankenfoods reigned
Selloff for GrubHub After Filing for New Stock Offering
The online food ordering company will offer 1 million new shares, which caused investors to sell.
Investors Hungry for GrubHub
I'm company has a financial markets coming to a close on this Friday April 4. And the stock with a great store today rob hub. Investor is indeed hungry to get on board the on for delivery company began its first day of trading today. So every regular from Yahoo! finance is those over the all the
Ultimate Food for Saturday's 'Final Four' Faceoff
Saturday is promising to be an epic night for basketball fans. With the two Final Four NCAA games back-to-back, you’re going to need plenty of food to fuel you through all that cheering (and, let’s be honest, drinking). GrubHub revealed the most popular delivery orders...
GrubHub , In IPO Filing, Reveals Too Lazy to Cook Site Is Profitable
The restaurant food ordering website GrubHub filed for an initial public offering to raise $100 million, revealing that it's one dotcom that's actually making money. Formerly called GrubHub Seamless Inc. after the two companies merged last August, the new firm, based in Chicago, is now called
GrubHub Seamless Cracks Down on Restaurants Accused of Gaming Their Online Menu System
Cheers or Jeers for Restaurateur Who Allegedly Created Multiple Online Menu Listings?