Blue Apron Holdings Inc
Is Blue Apron Stock a Good Bet amid COVID-19?
Blue Apron Holdings (NYSE:APRN) stock closed at $8.79 on Thursday, which brought its gains for the year to 33.6%. What can investors expect moving forward?
Why Blue Apron Stock Rose Yesterday
Yesterday, Blue Apron stock rose on the company’s announcement that it will add Beyond Meat (BYND) products to some of its meal kits.
Blue Apron Fell ~5% after Board Approved Reverse Stock Split
After the announcement of the board’s approval for the reverse stock split, Blue Apron’s stock fell 4.9% in aftermarket trading hours on June 13. YTD, the company’s stock price has declined by 36.1%, underperforming the broader equity market.
Will Blue Apron’s New CEO Revive Its Top Line?
Blue Apron has an array of issues that the new CEO will have to address. The company’s revenues fell 24.2% to $667.6 million in 2018.
Blue Apron Stock Rose after New CEO Announcement
Blue Apron (APRN) stock rose 7.3% on April 3. Investors reacted positively when the company announced its new CEO.
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Why Blue Apron Stock Continues to Tank
Blue Apron’s (APRN) stock continues to fall.
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Blue Apron’s Better-than-Expected Results in the Fourth Quarter
Blue Apron (APRN) announced better-than-expected results for the fourth quarter of 2018 after the financial markets closed yesterday.
Will Blue Apron’s Stock Show Improvement in 2019?
Blue Apron Holdings (APRN) stock was down 74.7% in 2018.
Wall Street Projections for Blue Apron’s Q4 2018 Bottom Line
Blue Apron is focused on cutting costs and improving operational efficiency across the board.
Why Analysts Expect Blue Apron’s Q4 Revenue to Fall 26.8%
The meal kit service arena now has many players, and the competition has gotten fierce.
Why Blue Apron Stock Surged 45% on January 15
Meal kit delivery company Blue Apron has had an extremely difficult time since it went public in mid-2017. The stock is down 85% from its IPO price of $10.0.
Why Blue Apron Soared Over 44% Today
Today, the New York–based meal kit delivery service Blue Apron Holdings (APRN) surged over 44% after it made a highly optimistic announcement.
What’s Supporting Blue Apron’s Bottom Line in 2018?
In the first quarter, Blue Apron delivered adjusted EPS of -$0.17, easily besting analysts’ consensus estimate of -$0.24.
A Reduced Customer Count Is Impacting Blue Apron’s 2018 Revenue
In the trailing five quarters, Blue Apron Holdings (APRN) has missed estimates on three occasions while reporting beats twice.
Blue Apron’s Bottom Line Improved YoY in the Third Quarter
For the third quarter, Blue Apron Holdings’ (APRN) adjusted EPS came in at -$0.18, which was an improvement compared to analysts’ estimate of -$0.21 and the Q3 2017 EPS of -$0.47.
How Did Blue Apron’s Q3 Revenues Look?
For the third quarter, Blue Apron’s customer base declined 24.5% YoY to 646,000.
Blue Apron Stock Battered in 2018: Losses Stand at 69%
Blue Apron Holdings (APRN) stock has fallen 69.2% this year as of November 8. Compared to its IPO price of $10.00 on June 29, 2017, the stock price is down 87.6%.
Why Wall Street Expects Blue Apron’s Q3 2018 Revenue to Fall 25%
Meal kit service pioneer Blue Apron (APRN) is set to announce its third-quarter results on November 14. Here’s what you need to know.
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Why Blue Apron Revised Its Revolving Credit Agreement
Blue Apron (APRN) has a revolving credit agreement with a syndication of lenders led by Morgan Stanley (MS).
Why GrubHub Is Buying Tapingo
GrubHub (GRUB) has struck a deal to acquire campus food-ordering platform Tapingo.
Why Blue Apron Has Partnered with GrubHub
Blue Apron (APRN) has partnered with GrubHub (GRUB) to sell its meal kits on GrubHub’s platform and have them delivered within 30 minutes.
How Has Blue Apron’s Bottom Line Fared?
Blue Apron Holdings (APRN) has put extensive cost-cutting measures in place to boost its operational efficiency.
Blue Apron Plummets 24.4% on Q2 2018 Results
Blue Apron’s (APRN) disappointing Q2 results sent investors scurrying, leading to a 24.4% drop in its stock price on August 2.
Blue Apron Stock Falls 7.9% on Dismal Q2 2018 Revenues
Blue Apron (APRN) fell ~7.9% after posting its Q2 earnings today. Its net revenues of $179.6 million missed the estimate of $188.5 million.
What Analysts Are Saying about Blue Apron after 1Q18 Results
After Blue Apron’s (APRN) announcement of its 1Q18 results on May 3, most analysts covering the stock have maintained a “hold” rating.
How Blue Apron’s 1Q18 Margins and Earnings Stack Up
In 1Q18, Blue Apron Holdings (APRN) reported negative adjusted EBITDA of $17.2 million.
Blue Apron Reports Narrower-than-Expected Loss for 1Q18
This morning, Blue Apron Holdings (APRN) is trading ~7% higher in the pre-market trading hours after reporting its 1Q18 earnings results.
How HelloFresh Has Overtaken Blue Apron
HelloFresh saw its 2017 revenues touch $1.0 billion in 2017, which is a 52.0% increase from the revenues it generated in 2016.
Blue Apron: What Analysts Are Saying after Its 4Q17 Results
Of the 16 analysts covering Blue Apron stock on February 14, 69% recommended a “hold,” 25% recommended a “buy,” and 6% recommended a “sell.”
How Blue Apron’s Margin and Bottom Line Fared in 4Q17
Blue Apron’s cost of goods sold fell 10.7% in 4Q17, and its total operating expense fell 6.9% on a year-over-year basis.
Blue Apron’s Growth Strategy in a Competitive Field
In November 2017, the company’s co-founder and CEO, Matt Salzberg, stepped down, and CFO Brad Dickerson was named as the new CEO.
How Do Blue Apron’s 4Q17 Revenue Numbers Stack Up?
Although Blue Apron (APRN) is the biggest name in the meal kit delivery business, rival HelloFresh has been rapidly gaining market share.
How Blue Apron Stock Reacted to Its 4Q17 Results
Blue Apron (APRN) posted its 4Q17 results on February 13. Its net revenues of $187.7 million topped expectations of $185.1 million.
Why Blue Apron Replaced Matt Salzberg
Matt Salzberg, the founder of Blue Apron (APRN), is stepping down as CEO (chief executive officer). The board is replacing Salzberg with Brad Dickerson, the current CFO (chief financial officer).
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What Snap and Blue Apron Have in Common
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How Amazon Has Affected Blue Apron Stock
Blue Apron stock plunges yet again There has been no respite for meal-kit delivery company Blue Apron (APRN) since it went public last month. Its stock fell 12% on Monday after Amazon (AMZN) filed a trademark application for prepared food kits. Amazon has been the main driver of grocery stock since it announced that it will […]