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How ride will Grab-Gojek merger be?

THE ride-hailing sector is abuzz with merger talks between Grab and Gojek. Will it be a merger or a takeover? Who's the acquirer and who's the target?

Grab raises US$850m to expand into financial services

[SINGAPORE] Grab, Southeast Asia's most valuable startup, raised more than US$850 million from Japan's Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group and TIS to bankroll its expansion into financial services in...

Grab drops cash advance scheme for drivers and riders

Grab has dropped a programme offering cash advances to its drivers and riders, about three months after the Ministry of Law said it was looking into the initiative.

Grab drops cash advance scheme for its drivers and riders

SINGAPORE - Grab has dropped a programme offering cash advances to its drivers and riders, about three months after the Ministry of Law said it was looking into the initiative.

Grab reinstates incentives scheme after backlash from drivers

GRAB has reinstated its incentives programme for drivers after complaints that its move to replace the scheme with a Covid-19 aid package was unfair.

Grab, Chubb offer free Covid-19 insurance benefit to drivers, delivery workers

RIDE-HAILING giant Grab and insurer Chubb are teaming up to provide drivers and food delivery service providers with a free insurance benefit, effective Wednesday until March 19.

Grab, German start-up to explore use of air taxis

Ride-hailing firm Grab and German air mobility start-up Volocopter will conduct a joint feasibility study to explore the prospect of offering airborne rides in South-east Asia.

Grab chasing South-east Asian wealth clients 'unhappy' with banks

SINGAPORE (BLOOMBERG) - Grab Holdings is looking to broaden its financial product offerings for the South-east Asian wealth market, where it plans to fill a gap left by banks, its president Ming...

Coronavirus: $77 million package to help taxi, private-hire drivers

Some 40,000 drivers will be eligible for a $20 relief each day for three months from Friday.

Coronavirus: New Grab service dedicated to taking healthcare workers home

SINGAPORE- Doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals will from Friday (Feb 14) have access to a new dedicated on-demand service from Grab to get rides to travel to and from hospitals.