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Massachusetts regulators probe Uber pricing during storm

Seattle Times Thursday, 10 May 2018
Massachusetts regulators probe Uber pricing during stormBOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts regulators are investigating whether ride-hailing company Uber violated state law by increasing prices during a powerful storm in March. The Boston Herald reports that the Department of Public Utilities, which oversees ride-hailing apps, sent Uber a letter last month asking for the company’s fares during the March 3-6 nor’easter that brought […]
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