Tremblant Capital Group Has Lifted Its Holding in Grubhub (GRUB) as Share Price Declined …

… GrubHub and Amazon Postmates faces a challenge: Profitability seems a long way off, and rival DoorDash has a big investment from SoftBank; …

Tremblant Capital Group increased its stake in Grubhub Inc (GRUB) by 1911.77% based on its latest 2018Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. Tremblant Capital Group bought 187,449 shares as the company’s stock declined 2.59% while stock markets rallied. The hedge fund held 197,254 shares of the business services company at the end of 2018Q4, valued at $15.15M, up from 9,805 at the end of the previous reported quarter. Tremblant Capital Group who had been investing in Grubhub Inc for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $6.40 billion market cap company. The stock increased 0.04% or $0.03 during the last trading session, reaching $70.28. About 1.31M shares traded. Grubhub Inc. (NYSE:GRUB) has declined 20.05% since April 11, 2018 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 24.42% the S&P500. Some Historical GRUB News: 24/04/2018 – GrubHub Closes Below 50-Day Moving Average: Technicals; 01/05/2018 – GrubHub 1Q Rev $232.6M; 01/05/2018 – GRUBHUB 1Q ADJ EPS 52C, EST. 38C; 23/04/2018 – SOHN CONFERENCE: HALF SKY CAPITAL CHIEF INVESTMENT OFFICER Ll RAN DISCUSSING GRUBHUB; 06/04/2018 – Postmates and DoorDash have discussed a merger to fend off Uber, GrubHub and Amazon Postmates faces a challenge: Profitability seems a long way off, and rival DoorDash has a big investment from SoftBank; 10/05/2018 – GRUBHUB PARTNERS WITH JACK IN BOX; 06/04/2018 – Jason Del Rey: Postmates has also discussed a sale with GrubHub, sources tell us; 01/05/2018 – GRUBHUB 1Q ADJ EPS 52C; 01/05/2018 – GrubHub 1Q EPS 34c; 01/05/2018 – Correct: GrubHub Sees 2Q Rev $228M-$236M

Curbstone Financial Management Corp decreased its stake in Intl Business Machines (Ibm) (IBM) by 34.29% based on its latest 2018Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. Curbstone Financial Management Corp sold 3,160 shares as the company’s stock rose 12.54% with the market. The institutional investor held 6,056 shares of the computer manufacturing company at the end of 2018Q4, valued at $688,000, down from 9,216 at the end of the previous reported quarter. Curbstone Financial Management Corp who had been investing in Intl Business Machines (Ibm) for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $127.27B market cap company. The stock increased 0.64% or $0.91 during the last trading session, reaching $143.02. About 2.28 million shares traded. International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) has declined 10.00% since April 11, 2018 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 14.37% the S&P500. Some Historical IBM News: 11/04/2018 – Crossmatch Joins IBM Security App Exchange Community; 17/04/2018 – IBM Had Cloud Revenue of $17.7 Billion Over Last 12 Mos; 10/04/2018 – McAfee, IBM Security Extend Partnership With Key Areas of Product Integrations; 26/03/2018 – EU COMMISSION APPROVES JOINT VENTURE BETWEEN IBM AND MAERSK; 15/05/2018 – BERKSHIRE EXITED IBM, GHC IN 1Q: 13F; 16/05/2018 – IT Services Market in Latin America 2018-2022 with Accenture, Capgemini, HCL Technologies, IBM, and Sonda Dominating – ResearchAndMarkets.com; 27/03/2018 – Stefanini Wins Award at IBM Think 2018 Event in Las Vegas; 14/03/2018 – CLOUDFLARE IN COLLABORATION PACT WITH IBM; 15/03/2018 – DNB Nordic Technology Adds SAP, Exits IBM, Buys More Cisco; 15/05/2018 – Berkshire Exits IBM, Cuts Wells Fargo, Buys More Apple: 13F

More notable recent International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) news were published by: Fool.com which released: “Why IBM Stock Could Keep Soaring – The Motley Fool” on April 01, 2019, also Bizjournals.com with their article: “IBM’s top North Carolina exec talks ‘Think Desk,’ expansion and Red Hat – Triangle Business Journal” published on March 13, 2019, Cnbc.com published: “If you invested $1,000 in IBM 10 years ago, here’s how much you’d have now – CNBC” on March 13, 2019. More interesting news about International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) were released by: Seekingalpha.com and their article: “IBM: Stay Calm, Stay Long – Seeking Alpha” published on January 16, 2019 as well as Investorideas.com‘s news article titled: “Newswire – The #AI Eye: IBM (NYSE: IBM) and AI in RegTech, Palo Alto’s (NYSE: PANW) Traps Designated as “In Process” and Xerox (NYSE: XRX) Signs Agreement With HCL Technologies (NSE: HCLTECH) – InvestorIdeas.com” with publication date: March 22, 2019.

Analysts await International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) to report earnings on April, 16. They expect $2.22 EPS, down 9.39% or $0.23 from last year’s $2.45 per share. IBM’s profit will be $1.98B for 16.11 P/E if the $2.22 EPS becomes a reality. After $4.87 actual EPS reported by International Business Machines Corporation for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts -54.41% negative EPS growth.

Curbstone Financial Management Corp, which manages about $227.87 million and $334.14M US Long portfolio, upped its stake in Tjx Cos Inc (Tjx) (NYSE:TJX) by 31,342 shares to 63,284 shares, valued at $2.83 million in 2018Q4, according to the filing.

Investors sentiment decreased to 0.59 in Q4 2018. Its down 0.32, from 0.91 in 2018Q3. It worsened, as 129 investors sold IBM shares while 678 reduced holdings. 121 funds opened positions while 353 raised stakes. 523.62 million shares or 6.28% more from 492.69 million shares in 2018Q3 were reported. Putnam Invests Limited Liability Company has 851,818 shares for 0.26% of their portfolio. Winslow Evans Crocker Incorporated owns 5,560 shares. Walter Keenan Fincl Consulting Mi Adv reported 8,373 shares. Salem Capital Management invested in 2,547 shares. Sumitomo Mitsui Asset Mngmt Ltd holds 113,525 shares. Somerset Tru holds 0.78% or 11,805 shares in its portfolio. Invesco owns 2.36M shares. Moreover, Holderness has 0.91% invested in International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM). Sandy Spring Commercial Bank invested in 0.19% or 17,441 shares. 5,320 were accumulated by Reliant Inv Mgmt Limited Liability. Stone Ridge Asset Mngmt Ltd Liability accumulated 257,777 shares. Transamerica Fincl Advsrs Inc owns 298 shares. Colrain Cap Ltd Liability Com has 2,300 shares for 0.34% of their portfolio. Umb Natl Bank N A Mo has invested 0.16% in International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM). Washington National Bank invested 0.15% of its portfolio in International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM).

Since October 31, 2018, it had 5 insider buys, and 0 selling transactions for $2.09 million activity. $495,846 worth of International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) was bought by TAUREL SIDNEY. $232,838 worth of International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) was bought by Swedish Joseph. $998,835 worth of International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) was bought by Rometty Virginia M. Another trade for 1,000 shares valued at $114,673 was made by OWENS JAMES W on Wednesday, October 31.

Tremblant Capital Group, which manages about $3.75 billion and $1.48B US Long portfolio, decreased its stake in Mondelez Intl Inc (NASDAQ:MDLZ) by 172,396 shares to 1.21M shares, valued at $48.25 million in 2018Q4, according to the filing. It also reduced its holding in Spotify Technology S A (Call) by 656,640 shares in the quarter, leaving it with 17,100 shares, and cut its stake in Kinder Morgan Inc Del (NYSE:KMI).

More notable recent Grubhub Inc. (NYSE:GRUB) news were published by: Seekingalpha.com which released: “GrubHub -6% on KeyBanc user trend warning – Seeking Alpha” on March 19, 2019, also Investorplace.com with their article: “15 Stocks That May Be Hurt by This Year’s Big IPOs – Investorplace.com” published on March 14, 2019, Fool.com published: “Can Blue Apron’s New CEO Execute a Hail Mary Play? – Motley Fool” on April 04, 2019. More interesting news about Grubhub Inc. (NYSE:GRUB) were released by: Benzinga.com and their article: “Benzinga’s Top Upgrades, Downgrades For April 3, 2019 – Benzinga” published on April 03, 2019 as well as Fool.com‘s news article titled: “Why Del Taco Restaurants, Covenant Transportation Group, and GrubHub Slumped Today – Motley Fool” with publication date: March 19, 2019.

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Some Michigan high schools getting fed up with Uber Eats and other food delivery services

WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI. — Some school districts in Michigan are putting the kibosh on food delivery services like Uber Eats and Doordash.

WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI. — Some school districts in Michigan are putting the kibosh on food delivery services like Uber Eats and Doordash.

According to the Detroit Free Press, school leaders say the deliveries are becoming too common and even disruptive.

“It was getting to the point where you’d have eight, 10, 15 deliveries a day,” Pat Watson, principal at West Bloomfield High School told the paper. “It’s a building policy: You can’t have food delivered during the school day.”

He said the deliveries have also created a safety concern and have been known to cause tardiness too.

“It’s supposed to be here at 12 and my lunch is done at 12:30,” Watson said. “Now it shows up at 12:35 so now I haven’t gone to class. But now I’ve got my Panera and I go to class to eat in there.”

Schools in other states are also adopting similar policies, including here in Ohio.

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On-Demand Delivery Software Market Insights with Statistics and Growth Prediction 2019 to 2026 …

… Players- Instacart, Shipt, Burpy, FreshDirect, EAT Club, ezCaters, Fooda, Uber Eats, Postmates, Grubhub, Swiggy, Zomato, DoorDash, Seamless.

The It Intelligence Markets has newly announced the global research report titled as “On-Demand Delivery Software Market”. This report studies basic outline of the global market along with the various business terminologies. Furthermore, it offers detailed data about the global market in terms of business overview, classifications, applications, features, ongoing trends, and competitive landscape. Due to the rapid developments in the financial crime, the global On-Demand Delivery Software market is demanding sector across the globe.



Top Companies Profiled in this Report includes: Instacart, Shipt, Burpy, FreshDirect, EAT Club, ezCaters, Fooda, Uber Eats, Postmates, Grubhub, Swiggy, Zomato, DoorDash, Seamless, and other.

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The major strategies adopted by the established players for a better penetration in the global On-Demand Delivery Software market also form a key section of this study. These strategies can be employed by the upcoming vendors for a better penetration in the market. The global market on Incinerator has also been analyzed in terms of revenue. The market dynamics such as market drivers, challenges, opportunities, and trends have been presented coupled with their respective impact analysis. The impact analysis helps in gathering information on the future development of the market.

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• Economic Impact on On-Demand Delivery Software Market

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To understand the present and future growth of the business, this research report has examined various driving components and global opportunities. This lays light on the customer’s needs and the dynamic aspects of a business like the opinions of different customers. Finally, investors focus their attention on some important issues to give some important points about investing, profit margins and revenue.

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Chapter 1 On-Demand Delivery Software Market Overview

Chapter 2 Global Economic Impact on Industry

Chapter 3 Global Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 4 Global Production, Revenue (Value) by Region

Chapter 5 Global Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions

Chapter 6 Global Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7 Global Market Analysis by Application

Chapter 8 Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Chapter 9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11 Market Effect Factors Analysis

Chapter 12 Global On-Demand Delivery Software Market Forecast

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Owosso schools still allowing lunch deliveries from GrubHub, DoorDash services

The Detroit Free Press says a number of metro-Detroit schools are banning lunch delivery services like GrubHub and DoorDash over food safety …

OWOSSO (WJRT) (04/10/19) – Do you know what your child is eating for lunch? Better yet, do you know where it’s coming from?

The Detroit Free Press says a number of metro-Detroit schools are banning lunch delivery services like GrubHub and DoorDash over food safety concerns.

Owosso Public Schools Food Service Director John Klapko said a few students have their lunch delivered and it’s not an issue, but a majority do not.

“This is the first year we have free breakfast and lunch for K-12, for every child regardless of income,” Klapko said.

That’s because Owosso Public Schools is part of the national student lunch program. Students are given a wide variety of meals to choose from, including meats, pastas, pizza, even different foods from around the world.

Klapko said students are pretty happy with what they’re eating inside the cafeteria.

“It’s less than a handful of kids that occasionally, it’s not really even every day, that we have stuff brought in from outside restaurants, fast food chains,” he said.

The hot lunch menu is constantly changing to keep those taste buds happy.

“Korean street food we did this week and on and on and on,” Klapko said. “There’s a lot of different things, and the kids are very forthright in letting us know this was good, we didn’t like this, we liked that.”

Klapko said the district will continue to allow students to have their lunches delivered if they choose to do so. If it becomes a problem down the road, that’s when he and the superintendent will take a closer look at the issue.

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In a Convenience Economy, Restaurants Have the Power

DoorDash and Postmates capture more delivery orders during breakfast; Grubhub has higher market share during afternoon and dinner day parts, …

Much is made of the perceived leverage third-party services have over the restaurants whose food they deliver, but in reality, “Operators have the real leverage because the third-party apps need you as much as you need them.”

That was the conclusion from Eli Portnoy, founder and CEO of data insight firm Sense360, after he analyzed survey responses from 5,000 consumers, along with transaction data, to learn how they think about and use convenience-oriented services. “At the end of the day, fees are the No. 1 consideration” for customers, followed closely by restaurant selection, said Portnoy, who presented during the Food On Demand Conference in Chicago last week.

Ninety-three percent of respondents said they already knew about the restaurant before ordering through a delivery platform, and 91 percent had visited in person, meaning delivery services aren’t the driver of customer acquisition for restaurants—it’s the other way around.

“Restaurants and brands are actually the customer acquisition tools for the apps,” said Portnoy, and partnerships with franchise and chain restaurants are driving growth for the likes of DoorDash and UberEats.

“Having the right restaurants and variety of chains are massively important” to customer acquisition, said Portnoy, who encouraged operators to first determine how they want delivery to function in their restaurant, such as to boost incremental orders during a specific day part, and then identify the best service. DoorDash and Postmates capture more delivery orders during breakfast; Grubhub has higher market share during afternoon and dinner day parts, and UberEats is popular for late night orders.

The numbers from Sense360 showed 63 percent of orders are incremental, but “cannibalism is a real threat,” said Portnoy, and operators need to closely track delivery sales to continually validate performance.

Joshua Clarkson’s insight into consumers’ perspective on third-party delivery reinforced Portnoy’s survey data as he noted consumers are actually brand agnostic when it comes to selecting a delivery service. Instead, it’s the restaurants they care about.

Clarkson, a consumer psychologist and associate professor of marketing at the University of Cincinnati, called the third-party delivery providers a “homogenous choice set,” and said consumers don’t view them as being that different.

“They’re saying, ‘I want lunch from this restaurant, this service offers it, so I’m going to use it,’” said Clarkson.

“We complain about a lack of consumer loyalty, but there’s no value in loyalty when brands are substitutable,” continued Clarkson. In his survey of self-identified restaurant delivery service users, 65 percent said they’re not loyal to a particular service and 73 percent are open to using a new platform.

“Promotional tactics are not building loyalty—they’re building a false sense of market share,” he said. “But there is some hope. Consumers are drawn to consistency.”

Third-party platforms can stand out with high-level customer service, Clarkson said, such as allowing them a short window to make a change or add to their order before it’s submitted. “Loyalty is what matters when the promotion isn’t there,” he said.

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