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Court Rules Uber Can Be Sued Over Gratuity Charges

Posted on September 18, 2014

A U.S. judge rejected a bid by the online for-hire car service Uber to dismiss a civil lawsuit that accuses the company of charging customers a 20% driver gratuity but pocketing most of the additional revenue instead.

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