(Bloomberg) -- Singapore’s Grab Holdings Inc., set to go public in the U.S. through a deal with a blank-check company, reported a narrower loss for the first quarter as the pandemic boosted demand for food delivery.The company’s net loss shrank to $652 million in the quarter ended March 31 from $771 million a year earlier, Southeast Asia’s most valuable startup said in a statement on Monday. It reported revenue of $216 million from just $1 million a year earlier, a figure that was revised sharpl
The boss of ride-hailing app Bolt has attacked Uber’s “lavish spending” after securing new investment that values his business at more than €4bn (£3.4bn).
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