While Uber dukes it out in China against Didi Kauidi, a homegrown rival in India is also piling pressure on the U.S.-based transportation app with global ambitions. Ola, a taxi app backed by the like
Uber — the app-based, on-demand transportation service — has been on has been on a fundraising tear as it expands globally in the face of major competition. China is the company’s
SoftBank is doubling down on India, quite literally. The Japanese tech powerhouse, flush with billions from its extremely lucrative Alibaba investment, is today confirming that it has led a $210 mil
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.rocketinternet.de">Rocket Internet</a>, the Samwer Brothers' Berlin-based e-commerce startup incubator, is taking its Latin American ambitions up to the next gear.
It's been a bumpy ride for <a target="_blank" href="https://www.uber.com/">Uber</a>. The mobile-first, on-demand limo and taxi service is now in (or is soon to launch in) <a target="_blank" href="http