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Anshuman Daga

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Grab sees no big layoffs despite weak market

The company was hiring for roles in data science, mapping technology and other specialised areas though every hire was a...

Senior Grab executives quit as company rejigs unit to stem losses

Grab said it was focused on expanding its regional fintech ecosystem.

Zilingo on the brink as loan recalled, financial advisor appointed

Fashion technology startup Zilingo's debtholders have decided to recall their entire loan, leading the Singapore-based c...

Alibaba joins Ninja Van’s US$578 million funding round

Existing investors to participate in the round included Europe's GeoPost/DPDgroup, B Capital Group and Monk's Hill Ventu...

Grab trims full-year forecasts, says US$40 billion SPAC merger on track

Grab's second-quarter adjusted net sales jumped 92 per cent to $550 million.

Indonesia’s Bukalapak kicks off $1.1 billion IPO

The e-commerce company, which counts Singapore sovereign investor GIC and Microsoft among its backers, is set to be valu...

Gojek and Tokopedia formally announce merger

Transaction will create a technology powerhouse in the country's largest deal yet.

Grab agrees to US$40 billion merger, clearing way to list in the US

Grab said its decision to become a public company was driven by strong financial performance in 2020, despite the pandem...

Exclusive: Asia’s Grab considering US IPO this year – sources

The IPO could raise at least $2 billion, which would likely make it the largest overseas share offering by a Southeast A...

GoJek-Tokopedia merger talks in ‘advanced’ stage

Merged entity would create an Indonesian internet powerhouse with a combined valuation of more than $18 billion.