Grubhub, Postmates, Uber Eats sued over restaurant prices amid pandemic

Grubhub, Postmates, Uber Eats sued over restaurant prices amid pandemic

GrubHub, DoorDash, Postmates and Uber Eats have been sued for using their market power to stop restaurants from discounting meals to customers who order directly. According to the lawsuit, the defendants violated US antitrust law by requiring that restaurants charge delivery customers and dine-in customers the same price, while imposing fees of 10% to 40% of revenue to process delivery orders.

David
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DivineDawn
DivineDawn 1 months

That is very shady business that hope they get sued Alot of money and forced to practice fairly scummy S.O.Bs

T3hGladiator
T3hGladiator 1 months

That's why the place I work refuses to utilize their services, their delivery fees to the company would essentially make us work for cost. As someone who gets a (retirement) bonus on how much we make, seems unappealing.

Emperor Tito
Emperor Tito 1 months

That’s extremely scummy. Hopefully the government steps in and takes care of this quickly as this is one of the few things they do that actually falls within the role of government.

Luther Young
Luther Young 1 months

Supply and demand... people are able to go pick up their own food.

Natasha Gossman
Natasha Gossman 1 months

Try Caviar. it's a far better food delivery company. so much nicer to work with, and they have good ethics so far as I've seen.

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