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Meet some of the people whose “everyday wishes” were granted during the general community quarantine
Grab CEO Anthony Tan explains 'the pandemic will likely result in a prolonged recession and we have to prepare for what may be a long recovery period'
You can get groceries from Lawson, Robinsons Supermarkets, FamilyMart, Generika, and Meat Depot delivered via on-demand service GrabMart
The eKadiwa project will provide access to local produce from the Department of Agriculture's partner agripreneurs. GrabExpress will handle deliveries through its service.
'Delivery riders are essential in bringing necessities and important supplies safely to our doorsteps during this community quarantine,' says Richard Bates, president and CEO of Manulife Philippines
The GrabWheels service is initially available in 7 cities in Metro Manila
Check here for the list of partner establishments still available on the GrabFood app
(UPDATED) Grab says it has given relevant information to the Department of Health for contact tracing
Grab Philippines says GrabShare will resume once the 'public health situation de-escalates'
We sat down with Grab Philippines’ executives to talk about their mission to improve lives through tech
GrabFood's 'central kitchen' lets you mix and match orders from 6 GrabFood merchants, all in one place – Coco, 24 Chicken, Recovery Food, Frank & Dean, Omakase, and Mister Kabab
The National Privacy Commission says Grab 'did not sufficiently identify and assess the risks posed by these systems on the rights and freedoms' of its passengers
The GrabFood expansion to Iloilo comes right on time for the city's Dinagyang Festival
'Grab has prepared its approach for reviving its GrabBike service, and is ready to present to the LTFRB and the DOTr anytime it is asked to,' the company says
(UPDATED) The P1-refund is available to GrabCar riders with total fares of every P1,200 from February 10 to May 10; and every P450 from May 11 to August 10
The Philippine Competition Commission fines Grab another P16.15 million for violating its commitments on pricing and driver cancellation rates
Grab Philippines also insists that 'no overcharging happened' as the higher fares were driven by 'uncontrollable factors' such as booking demand and traffic conditions
(UPDATED) The new disgorgement mechanism will require Grab to refund any excess fares to riders through their GrabPay accounts
GrabFood celebrates 1st anniversary in the Philippines with ‘One Big Handaan’ - the biggest online feast of 2019
Promos include P1 delivery, 40% discounts, P111 vouchers, special merchant deals, and flash sales
Paspas Permit will allow Valenzuela City's business permit applicants to transact online and then have their business plates delivered through GrabExpress
The Malaysia Competition Commission proposes fining Grab almost 87 million ringgit ($21 million) for preventing its drivers from providing advertising services for the company's competitors
(UPDATED) Grab denies this allegation, showing a check for around P166,000, which it issued and was received by the victim's uncle
The partnership is meant to upskill millions of Southeast Asians for the new digital economy
The ride-hailing platform invests at least $20 million to work on safety for its users
Ride-hailing firm Grab is making a fresh investment in Vietnam for new services and expansion of existing offerings
The festival will run until the end of August
You can easily order milk tea, chicken, and burgers any time of the day
Grab Philippines apologizes, and tells the actress it will investigate the matter
Grab's Indonesian investment will focus on building a next-generation electric vehicle transport network and rolling out e-healthcare services
Get to know some of the people behind your orders
(UPDATED) After receiving backlash online, Grab Philippines says they will reach out to the female celebrities to extend their apologies
'Passenger booking requests were served well through efforts by TNVS drivers all over Metro Manila,' says Grab Philippines
Some ride-hailing drivers will go offline on July 8, in protest of the franchise requirements of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board
Grab Philippines president Brian Cu appeals to the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board to 'find ways to quickly increase the number of drivers'
Grab drivers list the reasons it’s difficult for them to secure the certificates of public convenience that the LTFRB requires
The deactivation of unaccredited Grab drivers will push through on Monday, June 10, but the company says those affected can still vie for 10,000 new slots
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board says drivers who failed to get accredited 'should have already been deactivated by Grab' months ago
Filipinos can expect longer booking time and price surges, as Grab is set to deactivate some 8,000 drivers for failure to comply with LTFRB requirements
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Grab Philippines will also launch carpooling services within Makati and Ortigas zones in June, and between those zones in July
Grab says Metro Manila and Cebu voters will also enjoy a discount on Election Day, when they head to polls
Grab Philippines says it is 'mindful that cancellations are frustrating for everyone.' Here's how it plans to discourage both drivers and passengers from canceling rides.
Consumers may either purchase their tickets at the cinema or on the SM Cinema website using GrabPay
Take a close look at how the competition is playing out so far
(UPDATED) Grab Philippines says it has banned the driver from its platform and that it will fully cooperate with authorities in their investigation
(UPDATED) Grab will reopen its free water delivery service in parts of Marikina City and Quezon City starting Thursday, April 4, along with the launch of a water hub in Mandaluyong City
Two students refuse to open a package they were sending to Bonifacio Global City, prompting a Grab Express driver to bring the package straight to the police station
(3rd UPDATE) Transportation Assistant Secretary Goddes Libiran says Secretary Arthur Tugade is 'not a micromanager'