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Start-up seeks to raise hundreds of millions of dollars at a valuation of about $2.5bn
‘After a year of drastically diminished sales, food vendors are looking to apps to revive their fortunes’
Group enlists ‘hundreds’ of restaurants to take advantage of pandemic-driven demand
Leading US food delivery app readies for expansion in Berlin as European competition hots up
Marty Walsh says more drivers should be considered employees in challenge to business model of Uber and Lyft
As restaurants reopen across the US, expect a big slowdown in delivery volume growth
Leader in US food delivery market hopes restaurants will pay 30% commission
US food delivery app alleges it was overcharged to maximise revenues ahead of Olo’s IPO
Lockdown creates perfect recipe for food ordering apps but some will be left behind
Assessment comes with warning that food order volumes may be squeezed as things open back up
Pandemic lockdowns give companies opportunity to expand beyond restaurants
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Investors warn of ‘frothiness’ as retail investors race to get a slice of hot offerings
Investor demand for rentals company and other gig economy listings sparks comparisons with internet bubble
Questions remain over profitability and broader impact on society
UK and EU set a Sunday cut-off for a 'firm decision' on the fate of negotiations
US meal delivery group begins public trading after raising $3.4bn
Meal delivery group’s IPO serves up piping hot profits for its backers
The industry says most workers want flexibility but critics are demanding regulation
IPO filings offer chance for start-ups to put their case and for investors to uncover the reality
The US company needs to raise more money on top of the $2.5bn it has already generated in funding