So it continues
It looks like the country's ride-sharing drama might be heating up again.Earlier today, we reported that the Department of Transportation (DOTr) found out that Grab was sending out e-mails to drivers "essentially blaming" the government for the
The government fires back
Earlier today, the Mandaluyong City Regional Trial Court granted a preliminary injunction to ride-hailing service Angkas, which prevents the government from interfering with their operations until a final ruling is made. The governing bodies in power and Angkas have rarely gotten
Until a final ruling is made
Commuters, take note. Angkas is back in action...for now, anyway.A preliminary injunction issued by the Mandaluyong City Regional Trial Court rules in favor of Angkas operating until a final ruling is made . The order prevents the Land Transportation Franchising and
The ride-hailing company is growing
Grab, which has already proven itself big enough to swallow the Southeast Asian operations of Uber, has just gotten $2 billion bigger.Tech in Asia reports that the Singapore-based company has announced this signifant boost to its budget after a long-
Is this possible?
Imagine a Philippines where every trip-no matter where the destination is or what mode of transport you prefer-can be reached via one app and a few taps of a screen. Convenient, safe, innovative and... impossible? Maybe so, but that isn'
Literally a billion-dollar investment
If you thought that Grab's acquisition of Uber's Southeast Asian operations was a mic drop, think again. The Singapore-based company is poised to become an even bigger presence in the region thanks to a massive investment from a major
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