GrubHub CEO as Ambitious as the Day He Started

Wearing the now ill-fitting pinstripe suit he wore when his company went public five years ago, GrubHub CEO Matt Maloney said remembering where he started helps him continue to change the way restaurants feed their customers ー and let people eat what they want, when they want, with less hassle.

…The company faces competition from other food delivery services like Caviar, DoorDash, PostMates, and UberEATS. But Maloney is as ambitious as ever.

Looking ahead, he said he wants to be a better partner for restauranteurs, who he said should focus on feeding hungry customers.


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