SOUTH-EAST Asia's largest lender happens to be its most tech-savvy. Why then is Singapore's DBS Group Holdings Ltd missing out on some of the region's hottest deals in digital banking?

[JAKARTA] Traditional members of Indonesia's Baduy tribe shun footwear and live in woven bamboo houses without electricity, harvesting honey from natural beehives and weaving intricate traditional...

[KUALA LUMPUR]  Malaysia's competition regulator on Thursday proposed a fine of over RM86 million (S$28.4 million) on ride-hailing firm Grab for violating competition law by imposing restrictive...

A former Singaporean banker's motorcycle taxi app is emerging as a key rival to Grab - and a test case for Manila's resolve in unclogging the world's most congested streets.

HEALTHY competition in Singapore’s ride-hailing market has been beneficial to both drivers and riders over the past year, according to research findings by the National University of Singapore (...

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RIDE-HAILING unicorn Grab on Thursday said it has fully cooperated with the Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC), and is unaware of breaching any Malaysian competition laws since its acquisition...

[KUALA LUMPUR] Malaysia is advancing an anti-monopoly investigation into Singapore-based Grab Holdings Inc, ramping up a broader government push to bring greater competition to its economy.

GRAB contributed US$5.8 billion to South-east Asia's economy in the 12 months leading up to March 2019, through its platform and Kudo unit.

GRAB contributed US$​5.8 billion to South-east Asia's economy in the 12 months leading up to March 2019, through driver, delivery, merchant and agent incomes and sales generated through its...

IN 2015, the shares of Indonesia's largest cab company were soaring, while its revenue reached a record high. Then came Uber, followed by Grab and Gojek, South-east Asia's answer to the...