Yum Brands is suing Grubhub for breaching the parties’ five-year food delivery contract for imposing a new pricing structure to the company’s franchisees without warning. Yum
invested $200 million in Grubhub in 2018 to help expand its U.S. delivery network. Grubhub was recently purchased by Just Eat Takeaway. According
to the lawsuit, Grubhub told Yum in a letter that the company was violating an exclusivity agreement by working with other third-party delivery operators, including Uber Eats and Postmates.
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