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Jacquelyn Cheok May 22
Tried ’s new Express Pool service in San Francisco: Fare is 75% cheaper than UberX, but in exchange for a little walking. Worth it for long rides!
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Tech Wire Asia May 18
Grab unveils vision to be an everyday lifestyle app for consumers
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Chris Brown May 23
Another great event gathering LA stakeholders in and .
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Greg Kable May 23
Chinese media is reporting that car hailing giant is planning an IPO on the Hong Kong stock exchange during the 2nd half of 2018. The rival is reportedly seeking a valuation between $US70 billion $US80 billion.
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Jessica Olivan 11h
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TheNewSpaces 1h
Uber, the smartphone app which facilitates online ride-hailing has launched its affordable bike-hailing service... Read more at:
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Project T Solutions 2h
Since Grab’s acquisition of Uber earlier this year, the ride hailing landscape across the Philippines has changed. This info graphic clearly outlines the new players that are already accredited by the LTRFB. Enjoy!
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WBG Gender 9h
face more constraints than men. Can help close gaps? Here's what ’s ’s discussed at about May 24:
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Sharon Feigon 10h
Great to see homegrown nonprofit continue to thrive in Austin. More options are great for all users!
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WBG Gender 11h
’s : Addressing women’s transportation needs can expand the market and offer new ways to closing gender gaps. Read report:
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Miguel.Cabrera 11h
No more Ubers in Arizona. After its fatal crash two months ago, the company will be laying off about 300 people and shutting down operations in the state.
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Miguel.Cabrera 17h
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Fintech Vietnam 21h
Rohan Monga, Head of International : Building a new identity and a new localised experience in new markets like Vietnam. Oh, and it will be in the form of a new app
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Fintech Vietnam 21h
just announced this morning that they will be spending $500million to enter Vietnam, Singapore, Thailand and Philippines.
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Fintech News Middle East 21h
Ride-Hailing App Careem Weighing $500 Million in Funding
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All Tech Asia 22h
Association suggested to blacklist drivers with and violence history.
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DealStreetAsia 24h
. says it will initially offer its services in the four new Southeast Asian markets, with plans to replicate its multi-service model later
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Kevin Kwang 24h
So confirms expansion plans to Singapore and other SEA markets. Like this bit of subtle shade from the CEO:
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DealStreetAsia May 23
JUST IN: Indonesia's major to invest $500 million in expansion to Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines
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Vikez May 23
Lyft wants its new hubs to be a ride-hailing driver's sanctuary
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