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I thought management taking a cut of tips was known in the American restaurant/takeout industry to be illegal. And at least one other prominent dotcom has already been called on this.

Is this yet another instance of a dotcom knowingly and blatantly ignoring existing laws and regulations, and seeing how much they can get away with, while they use this advantage to steam full-ahead towards market dominance and IPO?

Is DoorDash yet influential enough that they can turn this into merely a regulatory handslap/caress?

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