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Ridesharing Apps

A federal court in California dismissed a now-defunct ride-hailing company’s claims that Uber’s anti-competitive pricing drove it out of business, finding that it has not proved there is a “dangerous probability” of Uber obtaining market power. 

SAN FRANCISCO – A federal court in California dismissed a now-defunct ride-hailing company’s claims that Uber’s anti-competitive pricing drove it out of business, finding that it has not proved there is a “dangerous probability” of Uber obtaining market power. 

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