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GrubHub Seamless Joins the Tech IPO Crush GrubHub Seamless Inc., the online restaurant-menu and takeout-ordering service, has made a confidential filing for an initial public offering, according to people familiar with the matter. Company officials have met with investment banks and could launch the IPO as soon as the first half of the year, one of the people said. It is unclear how much the sale would raise or value the company. [WSJ]

Good times, man, good times [Twitter]

FASB Backs Variable Interest Entity GAAP Alternative [AWeb]

We just discovered Rank and Filed today and we hope you will be happy to have discovered them too — you know, if you're into that sort of stuff [R&F]

Deloitte taps the Zen of data analytics [Healthcare IT News]

Oops, an Herbalife bet gone wrong [WSJ]

Business Wire will no longer be tipping off those talented trading robots [Reuters]

Fire department refuses to rescue cat. Sort of for the same reason they wouldn't rescue you if you called and said you're trapped in your cube [Gawker]



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