Nothing says sustainable value trade on long-term audience retention like "New partnership with Beyond Meat."
If you've lost 94% of your public market value in less than one year, why not do a reverse stock-split right f'ing now?
Not only is Blue Apron replacing the CEO with an Etsy exec, it's even firing a guy named Dickerson.
If even we could see this coming, how was it allowed to happen?
Even we're starting to feel sympathy for $APRN.
A great first day is just another symptom of the larger disease.
We can't keep doing this, Silicon Alley.
This is a senseless tragedy.
Stocks are supposed to go up, not down.
Blue Apron might not be quite dead yet.
Even Goldman has to admit that this is a fucking disaster.
This isn't a bad company, but taking it public was borderline fraudulent.
For a stock that traded like a lead Zeppelin, this showed restraint.
Can Bezos destroy Blue Apron before Zuckerberg can kill Snapchat? Let's play!
The S1 is an acrostic that spells out "WHO AMAZON?"