Online food service Just Eat to float in LondonMarch 17, 2014 @ 7:20 am (Updated: 7:31 am - 3/17/14 )
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LONDON (AP) — Just Eat, an online food ordering service, has announced plans to float its shares on the London Stock Exchange.
The company, which lets customers order takeout food from local restaurants, plans to raise 100 million pounds ($166 million) in an initial public offering to expand its service.
The firm, which was founded in 2001 in Denmark, operates in 13 countries including Britain, France, Canada, Ireland and Spain. It has been based in London since 2006.
Just Eat generated revenue of 96.8 million pounds in 2013, up 62 percent compared with 2012.
The company estimates that the global food delivery market is worth 58 billion pounds globally, with online activity growing quickly.
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