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Food and financial services now make up more than 50% of Grab’s gross merchandise volume, according to Lim Kell Jay, the regional head of GrabFood. The margins for food delivery are better than for ride-hailing, Lim says.
Google Maps with more privacy on your iPhone, with the rollout of Incognito mode for iOS devices.
Amazon.com Inc’s bid to buy into one of the UK’s most successful startups may get caught up in antitrust as authorities’ fear that they made mistakes in the past.
The delivery fee for GrabFood is no longer fixed and ranges from RM5 to RM9.
Alipay and WeChat Pay say they have opened up their vast ecosystems to foreigners, but access to functions is limited, Business reporter Louise Moon finds. Cash is no longer king, as life runs through screens and mobile payments platforms.
Glowing recommendations for a product or service may encourage you to try it out yourself, but consumer advocates warn against blindly trusting online reviews.
Calling social media "the greatest propaganda machine in history", and the CEOs of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube "high-tech robber barons", comedian Sacha Baron Cohen used a speech given to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) this week to call for much more stringent regulation of Internet companies.
Google Maps will soon test a new functionality that allows you to access recommendations from top local guides in nine major tourist cities.
China’s bricks-and-mortar stores stress the shopping experience, rev up with technology to survive the onslaught of online shopping
Alibaba hauled in a record 268.6bil yuan of transactions in just 24 hours this Singles’ Day, an amount that took the insurer AIA a whole year to earn in 2017. As much as 23% of China’s US$5.61 trillion of retails sales last year took place online, a sixfold jump from 4% in 2011, according to data from Oliver Wyman.
China’s record Singles’ Day offers glimpse of future shopping trends as buyers embrace livestreaming
‘Live streaming is popular as it plays on the long-popular theme of TV shopping, but in a much more interactive and entertaining way,’ analyst says.