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GrubHub faces potential class action lawsuit over restaurant listings – Fox Business

GrubHub is being sued by a restaurant in North Carolina and a restaurant in California because the company listed their information on its platform without permission….

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GrubHub is facing a potential class-action lawsuit after being sued by two restaurants because the digital food delivery company allegedly added their establishments to its service without permission.
The complaint — filed by Antonia’s in Hillsborough, N.C. and the Farmer’s Wife in Sebastopol, Calif. — was made on behalf of 150,000 non-partner restaurants that have been added to GrubHub since 2019.
The restaurants filed the lawsuit in federal court in Chicago on Monday,
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