29 February 2020, Saturday | 02:16pm


Malaysian Grab driver drives 200km to return wallet left behind by Singaporean


KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 8 — A Singaporean man's belief in humanity has been further strengthened after a Malaysian Grab driver drove some 200 kilometres to return a wallet he left behind in the e-hailing car.

Dr M: Syed Saddiq’s signal for Foodpanda snub is his personal stand


KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 8 — The government does not share Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman's view that consumers should punish the Foodpanda delivery service, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today.

Malaysia proposed $20 mln fine on Grab for abusive practices


KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's competition regulator has proposed a fine of 86 million ringgit ($20.53 million) on ride-hailing firm Grab for violating the country's competition law by imposing restrictive clauses on its drivers.

Grab Malaysia drivers defend new cancellation fee policy

Some irresponsible riders have kept Grab drivers waiting for more than 20 minutes at pick up points.

Grab Lancar RCoE, Jangka Jana 400 Pekerjaan

PETALING JAYA – Grab hari ini melancarkan Pusat Kecemerlangan Serantau (RCoE) di ruang pejabat baharu dengan keluasan 54,000 kaki persegi, di sini, dan dijangka menjana 400 pekerjaan dalam tahun ini.

Singapore commuters surprised by Grab’s U-turn on fare promotions

SINGAPORE, Jan 23 — For at least two weeks in a row, some Grab users have been receiving promotional offers for rides despite the ride-hailing company saying just a month earlier that the perks would not make a comeback.

Singapore competition watchdog fines Grab, Uber S$13 million in total over merger deal

SINGAPORE: Singapore's competition watchdog has fined Grab and Uber a total of S$13 million over their merger, saying that the deal has led to the substantial eroding of competition in the ride-hailing market.