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Articles tagged “grab”

Online Travel

Booking Holdings Invests $200 Million in Grab as Ridehailing Becomes More Strategic

It's becoming increasingly clear that online travel players will try to leverage the heck out of connections between food delivery, ridehailing, and booking hotels. Uber and Lyft will undoubtedly become a bigger part of the action, as well.

Booking Holdings Invests $200 Million in Grab as Ridehailing Becomes More Strategic

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Microsoft Invests in Ride-Hailing Platform Grab

This seems like a win-win for both sides. Microsoft gets a customer for its in-house cloud services operation and Grab now has a global tech firm as a partner.

Microsoft Invests in Ride-Hailing Platform Grab

Business Travel

Priority Pass Parent Expands Further Into Dining

Collinson, the parent company of Priority Pass, made a wise move investing in airport-food-ordering app Grab. There's plenty to improve about the experience of dining in the terminal.

Priority Pass Parent Expands Further Into Dining

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Southeast Asia’s Ridesharing Battle Continues With $1 Billion Investment in Grab

After forcing Uber to cooperate with its ambitions in Asia, Grab is receiving billions in funding to compete against rival service Go-Jek.

Southeast Asia’s Ridesharing Battle Continues With $1 Billion Investment in Grab

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Uber Sells Southeast Asian Operation to Grab in Yet Another Foreign Exit

The Southeast Asia sale to Grab follows Uber's exits in China and Russia as the company tries to get profitable ahead of an initial public offering. Uber retains stakes in these operations so one day it will share in the wealth.

Uber Sells Southeast Asian Operation to Grab in Yet Another Foreign Exit

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Uber’s Retreat From Southeast Asia Is Coming Soon

Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi says the company isn't going to back down in Southeast Asia, even though Uber has already lost out to Grab in the region. It already succumbed in a battle for China, so admitting defeat in Southeast Asia would represent a major blow to its growth prospects.

Uber’s Retreat From Southeast Asia Is Coming Soon

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Uber’s New Investor Wants Them Out of Southeast Asia

Looks like Uber's global empire, and the strength of its plans to go public in 2019, are in real jeopardy because of SoftBank backing its rivals. Southeast Asia is the market to watch.

Uber’s New Investor Wants Them Out of Southeast Asia

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Uber Plans Expansion in Japan Despite Withdrawal Talk

Uber's expansion into Japan might irritate SoftBank, but Uber needs to start making real money. That $1.5 billion loss in the third quarter of 2017 was a big one.

Uber Plans Expansion in Japan Despite Withdrawal Talk

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India’s Ridesharing Leader Ola Begins Push Into Australia

Ola will compete with Uber for the Australian ridesharing market, although the two may one day consolidate operations to better compete against Grab since Softbank backs both players.

India’s Ridesharing Leader Ola Begins Push Into Australia

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Battle for Singapore Is Uber’s First Test Under New Leadership

If Uber doesn't take action and get creative, it could face the same fate in Singapore and other Asia-Pacific markets as it did in China.

Battle for Singapore Is Uber’s First Test Under New Leadership