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BERLIN (Reuters) -Delivery Hero, the food delivery company that spans more than 50 countries, is relaunching operations in its home city of Berlin as a first step towards winning back the German market it quit over two years ago.
It took just 28 Chinese characters on an obscure social media platform to ignite a controversy that’s rattled the country’s tech industry.
Chinese cryptocurrency financial services firm Babel Finance rides the mainstream wave with US$40mil Series A
From geek-only to institutional, cryptocurrencies are becoming mainstream. Babel Finance, a Hong Kong-based crypto financial services firm, has just raised US$40mil from Sequoia Capital China and Tiger Global Management.
(Reuters) -Uber Technologies Inc signaled it would pay drivers more to get cars back on the road as the U.S. economy recovers from the pandemic and disclosed a $600 million charge to provide UK drivers with benefits, a sign of the potential costs if the United States requires more driver compensation.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Kebab chef Kadir Oner hoped to boost his new business by accepting payment in cryptocurrencies, but a ban by Turkish authorities will force him next month to fall back on payment methods as traditional as his spit-roasted meat.
Technology such as touchless payment systems to order food and apps to schedule times to ride attractions or make dining reservations is meant to reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The CEO of Europe's largest restaurant order and delivery company Just Eat Takeaway.com on Wednesday brushed aside competition from rival Uber Eats after it said it would launch in Germany, one of Takeaway's biggest markets.
Diners got used to delivery during the pandemic, and the habit may stick long after dining rooms reopen. But restaurants and delivery companies remain uneasy partners, haggling over fees and struggling to make the service profitable for themselves and each other.
The future of transportation is battered and fried, with some gooey cheese stuffed in the middle.
Like millions of people around the world, Yuri Nekrasov stopped going to the grocery store every day last year when authorities in Moscow enforced a coronavirus lockdown.