NEW YORK (AP) -- Wall Street appears to be in the mood for takeout.
Investors sent shares of online food ordering service GrubHub up 51% to $39.20 in early trading in its stock market debut Friday.
GrubHub and its rivals are changing the way people order takeout from restaurants. Instead of calling a restaurant, people can order their next meal online or through a few taps on a smartphone app.
The Chicago company raised $192.5 million after pricing more than 7.4 million shares at $26 per share. That's above the company's previously expected range between $23 per share and $25 per share.
The stock is trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "GRUB."