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Dockless scooter companies charged into cities in 2018, promising a mobility revolution with cheap, clean rides and billions in venture capital backing. Yet they soon faced roadblocks, including shaky business models, safety concerns, and fast-moving city regulators. At the start of 2020, cash-losing operators were shrinking their headcounts and vehicle fleets.
How bitcoin and other digital coins are defined could shape how they are regulated around the world.
Hyundai's hydrogen-powered 18-tonne trucks are set to hit the roads in Switzerland next month as the South Korean automaker looks to establish a case for its zero-emissions technology in a low carbon world.
When you slide into the car of the future, you may feel like you've already reached your destination.
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc is investing more than US$700mil (RM2.93bil) in South-East Asian ride-hailing giant Grab. It’s a three-way deal in which everyone gets what they currently lack.
Just as streaming upended the music and film industries and mobile phones upended traditional telephone plans, some companies are betting that subscription models will disrupt the automobile market.
For a week in January, researchers at the Center for Motion Analysis in Connecticut conducted a study of baseball pitchers using a 'smart' mound.
Deliveroo, Foodpanda enjoy brisk orders in Hong Kong as coronavirus scare entrenches eat-at-home habit
Food delivery firms are enjoying strong demand as coronavirus outbreak, social unrest entrench eat-at-home habit. Deliveroo and Foodpanda are taking advantage by expanding in Hong Kong by opening more kitchens to reach a wider base of customers.
If Amazon.com Inc’s botched expansion in New York City offers a cautionary tale, Google is showing there’s another way.
Chinese ride-hailing firm Didi vows to do better after fleet owner attempts suicide, blaming company in note
Yan Baocai, who owns a car leasing company in Shanxi province, tried to kill himself last week due to business woes he linked to Didi. The company said it had met with him and would “spare no effort” to improve.