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Mandatory training, helmet use for NUS' Grab e-scooter service

New rules have been introduced for users of the GrabWheels trial e-scooter service at the National University of Singapore (NUS), after a week-long safety timeout was called following a spate of...

Grab offers firms loans of up to $100,000

Technology company Grab is offering loans of up to $100,000 to companies under its latest business initiative.

NUS suspends Grab e-scooter trial, following reports of accidents involving injuries

The trial was launched in December to study the feasibility of using e-scooters as an alternative way of getting around the school.

Grab takes in US$1.46b more to feed Super App ambition in SEA

RIDE-HAILING firm Grab has secured US$1.46 billion of fresh funding from the SoftBank Vision Fund, bringing the total investment in its latest ongoing financing round to over US$4.5 billion.

Grab lands $2b in fresh funds, raising coffers to $10.8b

Singapore-headquartered app giant Grab Holdings has secured US$1.46 billion (S$2 billion) of fresh funding from the SoftBank Vision Fund, a subsidiary of Japan's SoftBank.

Grab secures US$1.46b investment from SoftBank Vision Fund; eyes growth in Indonesia

RIDE-HAILING firm Grab has secured US$1.46 billion of fresh funding from the SoftBank Vision Fund, bringing the total investment in its latest financing round to over US$4.5 billion.

Grab lands US$1.46b in fresh funds, raising coffers to US$8b

Grab said it plans to invest "a significant portion of fresh proceeds" in Indonesia, where it is going head-to-head with homegrown app firm Gojek.

Grab considers raising more funds after US$4.5b financing round

[SINGAPORE] Grab is considering raising more funds from strategic investors, the president of South-east Asia's top ride-hailing firm said, after raking in over US$4.5 billion in the region's largest...

让司机等超过五分钟后被取消电召须付费 Grab新条款乘客喊不公平

  从下星期一起,Grab乘客可在叫到车的五分钟内免费取消电召,如果司机在预计抵达时间的五分钟后仍未出现,乘客也可以免费取消。

Grab users can soon cancel rides within 5 minutes for free but will be charged $4 thereafter under new policy

Currently, users can cancel up to two rides for free within a seven-day period, after which a charge of $5 will be imposed for each cancellation.