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10 thought-provoking op-eds on e27 you need to read now

These opinion editorials that we have dug out from our archives will give you a lot of food for thought -- whether it is about managing your company, or about current tech trends 

Grab CEO courier stunt is disheartening

When Anthony Tan became a delivery man, he found lots of little problems, but ignored Grab's fundamental issue 

Nazrin Hassan, who helped notable Malaysian startups get off the ground, is dead at 45

Hassan was one of the greatest champions for Malaysian entrepreneurs and helped build the nation's startup ecosystem 

Grab launches Grab Ventures to accelerate and invest in startups across Southeast Asia

Grab’s new accelerator Velocity will seek to partner with eight to ten growth-stage startups over the next 24 months and may invest in select startups 

[Update 2] Uber officially sells Southeast Asia assets to Grab, including food delivery service

The deal marks a huge victory for Grab in the region, who is left without significant competitors outside of Go-Jek in Indonesia 

Grab opens R&D centre in Indonesia, reveals more details about Kudo partnership

Earlier this year, Grab launched its US$700 million master plan for the Indonesian market, followed by the acquisition of Kudo 

Grab inks Kudo acquisition agreement, appoints new head of cashless payments solution

Rumours about Grab acquiring Kudo have been going around Indonesian startup scene since February 2017 

Grab appoints SoftBank, Goldman Sachs alumnus as President

During his time at SoftBank, Ming Maa oversaw the company's investment in ride-sharing and e-commerce industries, including Grab itself 

Doesn't get any crazier than this: A wrap of an astonishing week in Asia's ride-hailing industry

Uber China and Didi merge, Grab CEO spoke out (and is raising money), Go-jek lands US$550 million. You got all that? 

Uber has lost once, and we'll make them lose again: Grab CEO

Today Bloomberg came out with a report that said Didi Chuxing and Uber are set to merge in a deal valued at US$35 billion in order to curb the searing losses in China