And Alibaba is not the first major tech company in China to disrupt pig farming
Our recent encounters with a content platform based out of Jakarta, Indonesia has a tragic ring to it.
As purveyors of tech stories that are not often covered, we have ourselves (internally) prepared a checklist of bullshit – to separate truth from fiction. This in its own we thought would be a very interesting discussion to write about…. Continue Reading →
Didi is valued at US$56 billion with daily order of 25 million; while Meituan is valued at US$30 billion with daily order of 22 million.
How Facebook is quietly positioning themselves to capture some of the ecommerce marketplace in Southeast Asia.
We always believed that with the present business model, Uber is essentially a big taxi business with a better customer experience rather than anything else. And we are happy that the European Court of Justice (ECJ) agreed with us, through… Continue Reading →
A rumour that had been circulating for a few weeks was proved to be true. Comfort DelGro, Singapore’s biggest taxi company, has finally confirmed in an announcement (http://www.comfortdelgro.com.sg/uploads/pr/Media%20Release-ComfortDelGro%20&%20Uber%20Join%20Forces_FINAL%20(circulation).pdf) that it is acquiring 51% of Lion City Car Rental (LCR), a… Continue Reading →
By now you always know what is happening: Uber’s board is allowing Softbank to become a shareholder. Probably a huge relief for early investors of Uber, many of whom are desperate to exit as their funds approach maturity. Of course… Continue Reading →
Just a few months ago, you would hear Chinese bike sharing companies making announcements here and there, but not see actual bikes being deployed. Back then, all these public shows seemed to serve only one purpose – to tell the… Continue Reading →