GrubHub Under Assault from Short-Sellers, Sell-Side Analysts

The food delivery company could become a takeover candidate, especially after Uber goes public.

(Jin Lee/Bloomberg)

(Jin Lee/Bloomberg)

The shares of GrubHub have given investors indigestion for the past few months — and there are several signs that aversion to the food delivery company is not letting up.

Earlier this week KeyBanc Capital Markets published a report that said DoorDash is beating out GrubHub, according to press reports.

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