"Just Eat" News

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Unaudited Interim Results for the six month period ending 31 March 2017

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4 days ago • GlobeNewswire

Just 13 per cent of the most powerful people in venture capital are female according to new figures which reveal a shocking lack of women at the top level of..
5 days ago • City A.M.
Whether it's a croissant and a cup of coffee or a Full English Breakfast, there's something about having breakfast under your duvet which makes it even better...
1 week ago • Grimsby Telegraph
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The criminal investigation into..
1 week ago • Huffington Post

Regulators concerned merging food delivery services could disadvantage restaurants
1 week ago • FT.com

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Ravenous appetite puts antitrust watchdog’s powers to the test
1 week ago • FT.com

Online takeaway ordering firm Just Eat is to face a full-blown investigation into its proposed £240m takeover of rival Hungryhouse amid concerns it could curb..
1 week ago • MailOnline
The Competition & Markets Authority has announced an investigation into the takeaway platforms' merger
1 week ago • Independent

Just Eat's planned purchase of its takeaway delivery rival Hungryhouse will be investigated by the UK's competition authority, because of worries the merger..
1 week ago • Business Insider
Concerns its takeover of rival Hungryhouse could curb competition
1 week ago • Irish Times

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The CMA fears that the combination of the two companies could mean worse terms for the restaurants
1 week ago • Independent

Has Just Eat bitten off more than it can chew with its proposed takeover of Hungryhouse?

Well, the Competition Markets Authority will be the judge of..
1 week ago • City A.M.
The competition watchdog fears the food delivery service deal could mean worse terms for restaurants.
1 week ago • BBC News
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From training staff to driving one-on-one brand engagement, Adidas, Just Eat and HTC are using chatbots in very different ways, but each is learning rapidly..
1 week ago • Marketing Week

Marcus Hutchins, the Devon cyber sleuth who thwarted the spread of ransomware virus WannaCry, is being recognised with a thank you like no other.After..
2 weeks ago • Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette
Silk Ventures, a venture capital firm backed by the Chinese government and based in London, has raised its first fund worth $500m (£388m).

The firm..
2 weeks ago • City A.M.
· After Comey, Russia Probe Escalates (WSJ)
· Comey Firing Distracts Trump White House, Risking His Agenda (BBG)
· Trump wanted to preview Comey's..
2 weeks ago • Zero Hedge

Whether you're in need of carbs after a night out or are binge watching a new Netflix series until the wee hours, UberEATS will now be at your..
2 weeks ago • Business Insider
All that money and she still likes the free snacks.
3 weeks ago • eBaums World
Online takeaway ordering firm Just Eat faces an impending full-blown investigation into its takeover of opponent Hungryhouse amid fears the deal could limit..
3 weeks ago • MailOnline
Proposed takeover in UK food delivery market will be subject to ‘phase two’ inquiry
3 weeks ago • FT.com

Proposed takeover in UK food delivery market will be subject to ‘phase two’ inquiry
3 weeks ago • FT.com

Online takeaway ordering firm Just Eat faces an impending full-blown investigation into its takeover of opponent Hungryhouse amid fears the deal could limit..
3 weeks ago • thisismoney.co.uk
LONDON — Just Eat's planned acquisition of rival Hungryhouse is facing an "in-depth investigation" by regulators over "competition concerns" and worries it..
3 weeks ago • Business Insider
Just Eat's purchase of rival Hungryhouse is facing an in-depth investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) unless it can address competition..
3 weeks ago • City A.M.
Abu Rayah, ex right-hand man of hate preacher Anjem Choudary, left the UK in 2015 and fought alongside insurgents in Syria - but is now back living in London and..
3 weeks ago • MailOnline
Abu Rayah, ex right-hand man of hate preacher Anjem Choudary, left the UK in 2015 and fought alongside insurgents in Syria - but is now back living in London and..
3 weeks ago • MailOnline

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