Online food delivery company GrubHub Inc's disappointing profit forecast overshadowed an all-round third-quarter beat, sending the stock tumbling 9 percent on Thursday morning.
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GrubHub Inc attracted more customers to its online food delivery platform, helping it beat Wall Street's expectations for quarterly profit and sales and forecast better-than-expected revenue growth for the current quarter.