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Uber said July 6 it was buying delivery startup Postmates for US$2.65bil (RM11.33bil) in stock, in a move shaking up the sector which has seen surging growth during the coronavirus pandemic.
THE ease and range that e-commerce affords buyers is catching on fast in Malaysia.
The chief executive officers of Amazon.com Inc, Facebook Inc, Alphabet Inc and Apple Inc will testify on July 27 before a congressional panel investigating competition in the technology industry, according to an announcement from the US House Judiciary Committee.
PHNOM PENH (The Phnom Penh Post/ANN): Chinese smart supply chain solutions and logistics services giant BEST Inc has expanded into Cambodia as part of its plans to build an efficient logistics network across Southeast Asia.
Coronavirus: China tweaks graduate employment rate to include students who find ‘work’ as gamers, bloggers
Graduates who find ‘work’ as competitive gamers and bloggers after finishing university will now be classified as employed in China. Change in criteria has fanned speculation Beijing is trying to inflate employment figures for young graduates amid a worsening jobs market.
MALAYSIA’s number one e-commerce platform Shopee has entered into a partnership with the country’s leading financial services provider, Maybank and the world’s leader in digital payments, Visa to introduce Maybank Shopee credit card, the only lifestyle and e-commerce Platinum card for every Malaysian.
KUALA LUMPUR: Something exciting is brewing at the Shopee 7.7 Mid-Year Sale campaign, with Heineken Malaysia offering fantastic deals on world-class brands on the Heineken official shop.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - The Colombian Football Federation (FCF) and some of its senior members have been fined $4.6 million (3.6 million pounds) for planning and executing a scheme to resell World Cup tickets at inflated prices, the country’s commerce regulator said on Monday.
APPROXIMATELY five million Generation Y and Z employees face economic uncertainty as they risk being laid off because they do not have enough working experience, and their salaries were between 10,000 baht and 20,000 baht (RM1,372 and RM2,745), the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce pointed out.