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Takeaway.com Announces Plan To Introduce Delivery Surcharge To Scoober In 2020
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Takeaway.Com Q3 Orders Up 87%
Takeaway.com NV, formerly Takeaway Com Holding BV, is a company based in the Netherlands that operates an online food delivery marketplace. The Company focuses on connecting consumers and restaurants, and allows users to order food from nearby restaurants and have the food delivered to their homes. The Company transmits the order placed by customers and forwards it to restaurants, which prepare and deliver the meal. It is present in Portugal, France, Switzerland, Austria, Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Bulgaria, Romania and Vietnam, and operates the Websites Lieferando.de, Lieferservice.at, Lieferservice.ch, Pizza.be, Pizza.fr, Pizza.lu, Pizza.pl, Pyszne.pl, BGmenu.com, Oliviera.ro, Takeaway.com, Thuisbezorgd.nl and Vietnammm.com. The platforms feature various kinds of restaurants.
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Prosus <PRX.AS> held firm on its $6.3 billion offer to buy Just Eat <JE.L> on Monday as it argued the merits of its bid versus one from Takeaway.com for the British online takeaway delivery firm.
Netherlands-based Prosus said on Monday it had published its cash offer document to buy online takeaway delivery platform Just Eat for 710 pence a share, pitching its bid against rival Takeaway.com with a lowered acceptance threshold of 75%. (Reporting by Paul Sandle; editing...
Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS> has changed its line of attack in the battle to buy food delivery ordering service Just Eat <JE.L>, effectively lowering the threshold for approval of its offer as it seeks to fend off rival suitor Prosus <PRX.AS>.
* Takeaway to take advantage of overlapping investors- analyst
Takeaway.com on Monday changed the structure of its plan to buy Just Eat, increasing the certainty of a deal as it battles internet giant Prosus to buy the British food delivery ordering service.
The takeover battle for British food delivery ordering service Just Eat <JE.L> heated up on Monday as a key shareholder accused German peer Delivery Hero <DHER.DE> of undermining one of the two rival offers.
German online food ordering service Delivery Hero on Monday denied its ongoing sell-down of shares in Dutch rival Takeaway.com is related to a takeover battle for a third company, Britain's Just Eat.
Online food delivery firm Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS> on Monday asked shareholder Delivery Hero <DHER.DE> to withhold from voting on its merger with Just Eat <JE.L>, citing a conflict of interest.
Investor Cat Rock Capital on Monday accused internet conglomerate Prosus <PRX.AS> of undermining the sale process of British food delivery business Just Eat <JE.L>, which is the focus of a bidding war in the fast-growing sector.
Investor Aberdeen Standard Investments said on Wednesday internet conglomerate Prosus <PRX.AS> needs to come up with a significantly higher bid for British meal delivery firm Just Eat <JE.L>.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Tuesday:
Dutch internet conglomerate Prosus <PRX.AS> made an unsolicited $6.3 billion cash bid to buy British food delivery firm Just Eat <JE.L> on Tuesday, using its superior firepower to try to scupper an all-share offer from rival Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS>.
Investor Cat Rock Capital said Prosus' <PRX.AS> 710 pence-a-share offer "dramatically undervalued" Just Eat, and offered none of the potential upside for shareholders of the agreed merger between Just Eat <JE.L> and Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS>.
Investor Cat Rock Capital said Prosus' 710 pence-a-share offer "dramatically undervalued" Just Eat, and offered none of the potential upside for shareholders of the agreed merger between Just Eat and Takeaway.com.
Just Eat <JE.L>, the takeaway food platform that agreed to merge with Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS> in August, reported 25% growth in third-quarter revenue on Monday, boosted by the wider roll out of its delivery service in Britain.
Dutch online food delivery company Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS> reported an 87% increase in third-quarter orders on Wednesday, driven by organic growth and acquisitions.
Netherlands-based Takeaway.com reported on Wednesday an increase of 87% in its third quarter orders, driven by organic growth and acquisitions.
A top-10 shareholder in Just Eat <JE.L> said on Tuesday it would vote against the British food delivery company's proposed 9 billion pound ($11 billion) merger with Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS>, saying the deal undervalued Just Eat.
A top-10 investor in Just Eat said on Tuesday it would vote against the British food delivery company's proposed 9 billion pound ($11 billion) merger with Takeaway.com.
Amsterdam-based Takeaway.com <TKWY.AS> and British rival Just Eat <JE.L> have finalised the terms of their deal to create a global food delivery company that can rival Uber Eats <UBER.N> as the largest outside China.
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