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Grab shares crash as revenue plunges, quarterly loss widens to US$1.1bn

Grab said it had invested aggressively in improving incentives to attract drivers as ride-share demand recovered from pa...

Grab to buy Malaysia’s Jaya Grocer grocery chain

Forty store-strong Malaysian chain will become a subsidiary of the food-delivery business in the first quarter of next y...

Grab takes control of Indonesia’s Ovo

Indonesia's booming digital economy is expected to grow to $124 billion by 2025.

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.

Grab trialing ‘robot runner’ in Singapore mall

Grab’s robot runner service will be in the trial phase for a month before being implemented in other locations.

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...

Analysis: The rise and rise of Southeast Asian tech giant Grab

A few days ago, it was announced that food delivery giant Grab Holdings is reportedly seeking a listing in the US.

Shopee’s rise sends rivals scrambling in Southeast Asian internet battle

Tech giants including Tencent, a major investor in Sea, Alibaba, Google and Softbank Group Corp are big backers of South...

SoftBank-backed Grab in talks to go public in nearly US$40 billion SPAC deal – sources

Grab is expected to raise between $3 billion and $4 billion from private investors, according to the report.

Inside A.S. Watson’s omnichannel retail strategy

Here's why Hong Kong's A.S. Watson believes physical stores and digital are "perfectly complementary".