Three of the US’s largest food-delivery companies have successfully delayed the implementation of a new New York City law that would have seen the wages of app-based delivery drivers raised to almost $20 per hour by 2025.
Uber Eats, DoorDash, and Grubhub, together with smaller firm Relay, applied to the New York State Supreme Court for a temporary restraining order to stop the city’s order from going into effect on 12 July, pending a hearing on 31 July.
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