Wonder Stock

wonder.comFoodTech / Food Products & ServicesFounded: 2018

Wonder is a food preparation and delivery service that provides freshly cooked meals from high profile chefs from around the country.

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News Highlights

Wonder’s Next Pivot: Buying Blue Apron

Wonder Group has acquired meal-kit company Blue Apron for $103m, nine months after shifting from a van-based to a brick-and-mortar business model. Wonder CEO Marc Lore stated the acquisition would allow for more customer choice and flexibility. Blue Apron stockholders will receive $13 per share of Class A common stock. The company plans to continue operating under the Blue Apron brand.

Light & Wonder, Inc. (NASDAQ:LNW) is favoured by institutional owners who hold 69% of the company

Light & Wonder, Inc. is heavily backed by institutional investors, who hold 69% of the company's shares. These institutions' trading decisions could greatly impact Light & Wonder's stock price. Seven investors have a majority stake in the company, with BlackRock, Inc. being the largest shareholder with 12% ownership.

Food-delivery startup Wonder Group gets $100 million investment from Nestle

Food-delivery startup Wonder Group has secured a $100 million investment from Nestle. The two companies plan to sell high-tech kitchen equipment and food to businesses such as hotels, hospitals, and sports arenas. This follows Wonder Group's recent acquisition of meal-kit company Blue Apron for $103 million. Wonder Group was valued at around $3.5 billion after closing a $350 million funding round in June.
Updated on: Jul 17, 2024

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