The Wall Street Journal: Uber, DoorDash, Grubhub sue New York City over cap on fees


DoorDash Inc. DASH, Grubhub Inc. and Uber UBER Eats are suing New York City over its law permanently capping the amount of commissions the apps can charge restaurants to use their services, the latest move in a growing clash between the platforms and local regulators.

The three largest food-delivery companies filed the suit in federal court in New York late Thursday, contending that the fee cap is harmful and constitutes government overreach. The limit on fees has cost the companies hundreds of millions of dollars combined…

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