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(Reuters) – Food-delivery companies DoorDash Inc, Grubhub Inc and Uber (NYSE:) Eats have sued New York City over a law permanently capping commissions the apps can charge restaurants to use their services, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday https://on.wsj.com/2YJtTNd.
The three food-delivery companies filed the suit in federal court in New York late on Thursday, the report added.
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