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The Backlash Against Delivery Apps

Use of on-demand delivery apps may have soared in recent years, but not everyone's happy about it. Local restaurants and grocery stores claim these platforms are so inconvenient for them, and couriers are frustrated over technical glitches and working conditions. And in New York City, lawmakers are weighing whether to ban 15-minute deliveries. Here's why businesses are giving low ratings to DoorDash, Uber and others.

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    Your delivery orders are making restaurants mad. Now they're fighting back

    Your delivery orders are making restaurants mad. Now they're fighting back

    New York (CNN Business) — Restaurants have a delivery problem. Early in the pandemic, when eateries were forced to shut their doors, delivery became a lifeline. Restaurant operators scrambled to set up delivery channels from scratch or promote ones that previously existed. But there was a reason that …

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