CCCS's anti-competitive ruling on Grab-Uber merger fair: lawyers

CONTRARY to Grab's view, the ruling by the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) that its takeover of Uber's South-east Asian business threatens competition is fair, lawyers told...

Ruling Grab-Uber deal anti-competitive 'may hurt innovation'

THE spirit of the Singapore competition watchdog's finding - that Grab's taking over of Uber's South-east Asia business threatens competition - could hurt innovation and "limit investor interest in...

Ruling Grab-Uber deal anti-competitive may hurt innovation, investor interest: Grab investor

IF Grab’s acquisition of Uber's business in Singapore is found to be an infringement of the competition act, it could “hurt innovation” and “limit investor interest” in Singapore and South-east...

TADA brings blockchain-based, zero-commission ridehailing to Singapore

SINGAPORE-based startup MVL Foundation launched a beta of TADA, its blockchain and digital token-based, zero-commission ridehailing service on Thursday.

AI is a driving force in the region

MENTION artificial intelligence (AI) at a networking event, and you will get the conversation ball rolling. Everyone has a point to make about AI - it is a fad; much feared; or simply the future.

Grab, NUS launch first-of-its-kind AI lab

GRAB and the National University of Singapore (NUS) on Wednesday launched an artificial intelligence (AI) lab with a joint initial investment of S$6 million.

Grab-Uber deal: CCCS' findings blasted

THE Grab-Uber merger was declared an infringement of the competition act by Singapore's competition authority on Thursday. It was a verdict that did not come as a surprise - but the justification for...

Grab launches venture arm to 'transform South-east Asia'

IN A bid to seek out South-east Asia's next tech "unicorn", Grab on Tuesday launched Grab Ventures, joining the ranks of Google, Rakuten and other major tech companies that have carved out their own...

Grab-Cargo partnership lets riders buy items on the go

STARTING Monday, some riders of Singapore-based ridehailing platform Grab will be able to sample or purchase snacks, beverages and beauty items during their rides.

Another price war seen in ride-hailing market

A PRICE war will break out again in the ride-hailing industry, even as major player Grab has said it would bank on innovation instead of "promo codes" to compete in the field, observers told The...