Grab, the Uber rival in Southeast Asia that operates across seven countries, is reportedly in talks to raise up to $2 billion from Japan-based SoftBank and China-based Didi Chuxing, The Wall Street Jo
Grab, Uber's rival in Southeast Asia, has expanded its C-level team after hiring its first CFO. Linda Hoglund has joined the company from HOOQ, the Singapore-based video streaming company founded by t
Singapore-based Grab has just scored a new ally in its battle against Uber and other on-demand ride apps. The company, which claims to be Southeast Asia’s leading ride-hailing app, announced a strat
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GrabTaxi, the Uber rival in Southeast Asia that's backed by SoftBank and China's Didi Kuaidi, will be now be known as "Grab" after the company announced a rebranding today alongside a few new services
GrabTaxi, the billion-dollar ride on-demand service that rivals Uber in Southeast Asia, is opening its first office in the U.S. as it seeks to widen its hiring efforts.
As Uber ramps up its business globally with yet more money, four of its regional rivals are getting closer to each other in a bid for more scale and service continuity. Lyft in the U.S., Didi Kuaidi
The league of taxi apps rivaling Uber is alive and well after GrabTaxi, the SoftBank-backed company that rivals the U.S. firm in Southeast Asia, became the latest Uber competitor to introduce a carpoo
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GrabTaxi, the taxi-hailing app that rivals Uber in Southeast Asia, is in the money after announcing a $350 million Series E round from a range of investors that -- interestingly -- include Didi Kuaidi
GrabTaxi, the Uber-like ride-hailing company backed by SoftBank, has expanded a pilot program of GrabBike motorbike taxi on-demand service to Indonesian capital city Jakarta.
The Filipino government is working on a new category of regulations specifically tailored for ridesharing apps like Uber. According to an announcement on the Department of Transportation and Communica
GrabTaxi, Uber's largest taxi hailing rival in Southeast Asia, has opened an R&D center in Singapore as it looks to develop its technical prowess and increase its appeal to overseas hires.
GrabTaxi, the Uber rival backed by SoftBank, is trialling a next-day delivery service as it experiments with logistics-related offerings beyond its core taxi-hailing business in Southeast Asia.
GrabTaxi, the SoftBank-backed taxi-on-demand service in Southeast Asia, is preparing to introduce cashless payments to take it beyond cash-only fares and put it on par with Uber's frictionless payment
GrabTaxi, the SoftBank-backed Uber rival operating in Southeast Asia, is putting aside a portion of the $330 million in funding it has raised over the past 18 months to create a 'welfare fund' for its
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You’d be forgiven for thinking that the taxi app war is exclusively a U.S. phenomenon, such is the fierce battle between Uber and Lyft, but similar rivalries are actually ongoing across other p
<a target="_blank" href="http://grabtaxi.com/">GrabTaxi</a>, the taxi-calling app that claims to be the largest in Southeast Asia, said today that it has raised a $15 million Series B led by GGV Capit
GrabTaxi, which claims to be the largest taxi app in Southeast Asia, has raised its Series A round from Vertex Ventures, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Temasek, an investment company owned by Singapore'