Food
E-Commerce
Retail

Blue Apron

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-$0.02 (-1.90%) Today
$0.00 (0.00%) After Hours

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About

Blue Apron Holdings, Inc. engages in making home cooking accessible. It involves in demand planning, recipe creation, recipe merchandising, and marketing. Read More Its products include meals and wine. The company was founded by Matthew J. Wadiak, Ilia M. Papas, and Matthew B. Salzberg in 2012 and is headquartered in New York, NY.

Employees
2,343
Headquarters
New York, New York
Founded
2012
Market Cap
204.03M
Price-Earnings Ratio
Dividend Yield
0.00
Average Volume
3.66M
High Today
$1.06
Low Today
$1.00
Open Price
$1.06
Volume
697.80K
52 Week High
$4.15
52 Week Low
$0.65

Collections

Food
E-Commerce
Retail
Beverages
2017 IPO

News

Forbes15h

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The Motley FoolMar 18

3 Stocks Trading Below $3.14 That Could Bounce Back in 2019

I may be a week late to the "Pi Day" celebration that took place on March 14, but I'm not coming empty-handed to the party. I decided to screen for stocks trading for less than pi -- or $3.14 a share -- to see if I can find some diamonds in the rough. Naturally, stocks trading this low are there for a reason. They're mostly broken or undiscovered stocks, and the vast majority of them will obliterate your portfolio. This is fertile soil for speculators and riverboat gamblers, and only risk-tolerant investor...

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TechCrunchMar 6

Fitbit is partnering with Adidas and Blue Apron for an activity rewards program

Fitness should be its own reward, but sometimes you need a little extra push. Fitbit today announced that it’s been testing a new Rewards program in beta, with plans to launch a premium paid version of the service at some point this year. The limited beta, which will close at the end of next month, serves up points based on things like steps, active minutes and sleep, rewarding users with discounts as they hit their designated goals. So far, the company’s enlisted a trio of partners: Adidas, Blue Apron and...

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Earnings

-$0.47
-$0.35
-$0.24
-$0.12
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Expected May 2, After Hours
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