Shake Shack stock plunges
Burger chain Shake Shack shares were down around 20 percent yesterday amid concerns that a move to a single supplier – Grubhub – could hurt flag sales further. The company lowered its sales target, citing unforeseen difficulties with the exclusive deal with Grubhub, announced this summer. Some customers, accustomed to using delivery services such as DoorDash to get Shack burgers and servants, complained about the switch. Shareholders are growing cautiously, reports Wall Street Journal : While sales are still up, costs are also increasing.
Shake Shack became a listed company in 201[ads1]5, more than doubling the share price of a major debut. The stock has been up and down ever since, but even with the release yesterday, stocks are up right now, increasing by 47 percent in 2019.
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– The Times has a profile of ex-Gramercy Tavern pastry chef Claudia Fleming who 60 years publishes her cult classic cookbook which sold the inn and inn on Long Island she has been operating since 2005, moving back to the city.
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– Wegmania continues.
– Upstate town of Argyle can now sell liquor after a vote yesterday repealed a protracted dry law.
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