Anthony Tan

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Grab narrows net loss for 1QFY2021, two new directors named to post-merger board

The two new directors are Tan Hooi Ling and Rich Barton
Grab CEO Anthony Tan to have 60.4% voting power following merger - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

IPO

Grab CEO Anthony Tan to have 60.4% voting power following merger

The stake is revealed as Tan holds some 122.9 million Class B ordinary shares, representing a 2.2% stake in the company.
Grab to list on NASDAQ with Altimeter Growth Corp, to receive US$4.5 bil in cash proceeds - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

IPO

Grab to list on NASDAQ with Altimeter Growth Corp, to receive US$4.5 bil in cash proceeds

The combined company will be traded on NASDAQ under the symbol GRAB.
Grab IPO may soar but take Comfort - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

IPO

Grab IPO may soar but take Comfort

As Grab seeks a US IPO, don't forget tried-and-tested ComfortDelgro, whose stock has been ravaged by the pandemic.

Books

Of proteins + muscles

A young mother is mindful of the building blocks of nutrition that can shape children’s relationship with food

Disruption and Digitalisation

SoftBank to invest US$2 bil through Grab to grow Indonesia's digital infrastructure

(July 29): SoftBank will invest the US$2 billion ($2.7 billion) over five years through Grab to help accelerate the development of Indonesia’s digital infrastructure.

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

Grab launches new partnerships platform, grocery delivery service

SINGAPORE (July 10): In its latest move to expand beyond ride-hailing, Grab has launched GrabPlatform, a new service for third-party partners to integrate their offerings with Grab.

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

Grab vanquishes Uber with local strategy, billions from SoftBank

SINGAPORE (Mar 27): As Uber Technologies Inc. looked to conquer ride-sharing around the world, Grab was focused on serving the 620 million people that share its home in Southeast Asia.

Startups, Entrepreneurs, Digital economy

Hyundai and Grab sign strategic partnership deal to expand future mobility services

SEOUL (Jan 11): South Korea's automaker Hyundai Motor Company and ride-hailing app Grab has struck a partnership to expand future mobility services in Southeast Asia.

Singapore economy

Singapore's entrepreneurial scene looks less boring with spate of megadeals

SINGAPORE (Nov 30): Back in 2002, as the city-state was emerging from its worst recession since 1964, the government was getting impatient over the economy's disproportionate reliance on multinationals and a handful of globally competitive state-back
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