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DoorDash Is Misleading Customers About the Price of Their Food

The startup has now pledged to be more transparent about its pricing Getting food delivered almost always costs more than going to pick it up yourself; consider it a laziness tax. But some customers of delivery startup DoorDash feel they're being misled when it comes to the true cost of their meals, Bloomberg reports. DoorDash, which launched in 2014, services 15 metro areas in the U.
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