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Wall Street orders up GrubHub in market debut

GrubHub chief executive Matthew Maloney walked the NYSE before his company’s stock began trading Friday.
GrubHub chief executive Matthew Maloney walked the NYSE before his company’s stock began trading Friday. Richard Drew/Associated Press

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NEW YORK — Investors sent shares of GrubHub Inc. up nearly 40 percent Friday following an initial public offering that valued the online food ordering service at more than $2 billion.

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