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Uber, Lyft hit with vertical price-fixing allegations in proposed class action in California

By Xu Yuan
  • 21 Jun 2022 22:15
  • 21 Jun 2022 22:15
Ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft have been sued in a California court for allegedly engaging in vertical price fixing and using opaque algorithms to control drivers and stunt competition.
Uber and Lyft were sued in a proposed class action by three ride-sharing drivers in California, represented by nonprofit law firm

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Xu Yuan

Senior Correspondent

Xu Yuan has worked for MLex for seven years, all of them based in Hong Kong. She has reported on a wide range of regulatory topics, including antitrust, cybersecurity and data security, in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. She has broken numerous stories on policymaking and enforcement involving international companies doing business in the region and done substantial court reporting in Hong Kong. She is currently specializing in covering regulatory issues related to future mobility, including connected vehicles. She previously worked for US TV network NBC in Beijing. She received her undergraduate degree in English Literature and Linguistics from Peking University and a master’s degree from the Journalism and Media Studies Centre at The University of Hong Kong.

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