Uber will pay millions of dollars to Chicago restaurants as part of a $10 million settlement deal with the city. "The settlement results from a two-year investigation by the city into alleged
misconduct on Uber’s meal delivery platforms," per the Chicago Tribune
. After the city reached out to the company in 2021, Uber removed all restaurants from its platforms that had
been listed without consent and agreed not to list Chicago restaurants without their consent in the future. At that time, Uber also paid $3.3 million to restaurants that were allegedly charged
commissions higher than the 15% allowed in the city’s emergency fee cap ordinance.
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