TOYOTA'S US$1 billion investment into Singapore-based ride hailing platform Grab is credit positive for both companies, Moody's Investors Service said in a note released on Monday...

RIDEHAILING unicorn Grab announced on Sunday that it has secured a S$500 million five-year asset-backed syndicated facility from HSBC Singapore to finance the growth of its vehicle fleet here.

RIDEHAILING unicorn Grab announced on Sunday that it has secured a S$500 million five-year asset-backed syndicated facility from HSBC Singapore to finance the growth of its vehicle fleet here.

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TOYOTA Motor Corp will invest US$1 billion (S$1.34 billion) in Singapore-based Grab, in the largest investment by an automotive manufacturer in the global ride-hailing sector.

ANALYSTS at OCBC Investment Research have downgraded their call on ComfortDelGro to "hold", but have maintained its 12-month fair value price on the stock to S$2.50 as analysts wait for...

INNOVFEST UNBOUND

IN A bid to seek out South-east Asia's next tech "unicorn", Grab on Tuesday launched Grab Ventures, joining the ranks of Google, Rakuten and other major tech companies that have carved...

INNOVFEST UNBOUND

IN A bid to seek out South-east Asia's next tech "unicorn", Grab on Tuesday launched Grab Ventures, joining the ranks of Google, Rakuten and other major tech companies that have carved...

GRAB on Tuesday unveiled Grab Ventures, an initiative to develop innovations in-house, pursue strategic partnerships and seek out South-east Asia’s next generation of technology unicorns.

STARTING Monday, some riders of Singapore-based ridehailing platform Grab will be able to sample or purchase snacks, beverages and beauty items during their rides.