Housekeeping firm The Daily Meal, which is based in New York City, is closing after nearly six years in business.
The company, which offers cleaning services, has been on a hiring spree since launching in the early 1990s.
Now, The Daily is closing its doors, its founder and CEO, Richard Gagnon, told Business Insider in a statement Monday.
Gagnons new company, The Living Room, is the new home for The Daily’s cleaning service.
Gagnon told The Daily that the company had a hard time finding enough people to do the work, but he said he believed it was “time to make some hard decisions about where to focus our energy.”
The company did not provide details on the reasons for the company’s closing.
We want to thank all of our loyal customers for your support over the past six years.
Our team will continue to offer you top quality service at the lowest prices in the industry, and we will work hard to keep our customers happy and satisfied, Gagn, who was born in Brooklyn, NY, told The Huffington News.
He said he was grateful to the Daily Meal’s loyal fans and staff for helping to create The Daily.
The Daily Meal launched in 1994, and the company has grown to a company that provides cleaning services to restaurants, grocery stores, hotels, and other retail outlets.
The company said it had about 40,000 employees in the U.S. in 2016, with more than $100 billion in annual revenue.
The Daily has a strong presence in Manhattan, New York and San Francisco, and Gagnen said it will be looking for a new home.