Despite defections, Facebook officially launches Libra
The Libra Association, the nonprofit that will govern the currency, officially signed on 21 charter members on Monday at the organization's inaugural meeting in Geneva.
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Uber to offer subsidised healthcare for drivers, delivery staff
Through this partnership, driver and delivery partners will be able to get medical assistance at a nominal cost for self and up to five family members.
Uber scrambles into groceries with new acquisition. Why?
Uber’s pitch is that having drivers drop people at work or transport them on date nights gives it an opportunity to also deliver burritos, bananas or movie theater popcorn to people’s homes.
Ecommerce companies are the coolest place for summer internships
Cos like Amazon, Flipkart, Udaan make up for dips in offers from BFSI, automobile and telecom sectors.
PayPal’s Libra exit adds to Facebook’s woes
Libra’s premise was that it will be controlled by a broad network of corporate partners.
Uber offers to run bike-taxis during odd-even scheme
Currently, regulations do not allow bike-taxis to operate in Delhi.
Big name IPOs in Q3 brighten gloom for global fundraising
Investors' nervous mood was highlighted in the third quarter by the cancellation of WeWork's $20 billion IPO.
Matrix Partners’ Avnish Bajaj spots 3 trends for investing in early & growth businesses
I wish I knew whether this is the beginning of the bursting of a bubble
Digital MNCs may recast operations for new tax law
India, with members of OECD, plans to bring some of the biggest multinationals under the domestic tax net.
Millennials using ride-hailing service would mean more demand for cars: JLR
On JLR's performance in China, Speth said, "I guess we are going forward in the right way. In China, we are on track. The last three years we have grown in double digits."
Wall Street skeptics poke at startup bubble
Billionaire Silicon Valley investors, sneaker-clad founders and button-down bankers all expected enormous stock sales to turn companies like Uber, Lyft and WeWork into a new generation of corporate giants.
SoftBank’s damage From Uber, WeWork could exceed $5 billion
Uber’s share price drop was the main culprit for Vision Fund’s poor performance in the second quarter.
India is now home to Uber’s businesses in the country
Booming food delivery business is making global majors rework India ops. While Uber is bringing its India arm HQ into the country, Amazon will launch private food brands
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