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Company profile

Blue Apron Holdings, Inc. designs original recipes with fresh ingredients. The Company offers fresh, chef-designed recipes to its customers. Its core product is the meal experience, which includes discovering new recipes, ingredients and cooking techniques to preparing meals. On its direct-to-consumer platform, it offers its customers a mix of ingredients, cuisines, familiarity, discovery, and preparation times. It offers four weekly meal: plans - a Two-Serving Signature Plan, a Two-Serving Vegetarian Plan, a Two-Serving Wellness Plan, and a Four-Serving Signature Plan. For meal plans, customers have the flexibility to choose any combination of the recipes offered in their selected plan each week. The Company also sells wine, as well as a curated selection of cooking tools, utensils, pantry items, and add-on products for different culinary occasions, which are tested and recommended by its culinary team. Its products are available to purchase through its Website and mobile application.

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Today's volume of 5,567,636 shares is on pace to be much greater than APRN's 10-day average volume of 113,047 shares.


Capital One's stock rallies, Home Depot shares dip, and other stocks on the move

1:35 pm ET May 16, 2023 (MarketWatch)

By Jamie Chisholm and Ciara Linnane

AMD heads S&P 500 gainers, while Etsy leads decliners after a bearish Morgan Stanley note

Here are some of the stocks on the move on Tuesday.

Stock gainers:

Capital One Financial Corp.(COF) shares were up 2.4% after filings showed Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRKA) had taken a near $1 billion bet on the credit-card and banking group, buying a 2.6% stake in the first quarter.

Shares of Western Alliance Bancorp.(WAL) rose 2.9% as regional banks continued to find support from news that he Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. plans to replenish its coffers with an assessment that falls mainly on the very largest banks.

Google parent Alphabet Inc.'s(GOOGL)(GOOGL) stock rose 3% after it proved a favorite pick among investment funds during the first quarter, suggesting that notable managers weren't sweating the threat of artificial-intelligence competition that dogged the name at various points during the period.

Advanced Micro Devices Inc.'s(AMD) stock rose 5% to lead S&P 500 gainers after a securities filing showed Daniel Loeb's Third Point LLC took out a new position in the company in the latest quarter.

Shares of meal-kit provider Blue Apron Holdings Inc.(APRN) soared 17% after the company announced plans to shift to an asset-light model by transferring infrastructure technology to FreshRealm, a provider of fresh meals to retailers across the U.S. Blue Apron will receive up to $50 million and FreshRealm will get warrants equal to 19.9% of the company's stock.

The stock of microcap Singing Machine Company Co.(MICS) soared 51% after the maker of karaoke products said it has ended its at-the-market equity-issuance program after meeting its capital-raising needs.

Tesla Inc.'s stock (TSLA) was up 1.2% ahead of the EV maker's shareholder meeting later in the day. The meeting starts at 4 p.m. Eastern and will be webcast

Stock losers:

Home Depot Inc.(HD) got the week's retail results off to a bad start, with its shares falling 1.8% after providing poorly received earnings and cutting its 2023 sales outlook. Shares in Lowe's (LOW) dropped 2% in sympathy.

Etsy Inc.'s(ETSY) stock slid 6% to lead S&P 500 decliners after Morgan Stanley said a new model shows the company's economics have degraded by about 30% since 2018. "This likely makes it difficult for [Etsy] to materially grow GMS and expand margin simultaneously, which consensus expects," said analysts led by Lauren Schenk.

Horizon Therapeutics(HZNP) shares slumped 15% after the Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit to block Amgen Inc.'s (AMGN) $27.8 billion acquisition of the group that develops treatments for rare autoimmune and inflammatory illnesses. Amgen was down 1.3%.

Bank of New York Mellon Corp.'s(BK) stock slid 2.2% after regulatory filings showed that Berkshire Hathaway sold off its 25.1 million-share stake in the bank.

Newell Brands Inc.(NWL), parent of the Sharpie and Paper Mate brands, tumbled 3.6% after the company slashed its dividend by 70% as part of a "refresh" of its corporate strategy.

-Jamie Chisholm

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