Up with its never ending pursuit to expand and be in with modern business potentials, and this time it is with Uber.
The two prominent firms reveals a new partnership all over the key markets in Southeast Asia. The union of Citi gives region-wide promotions to its credit cardholders who are Lazada customers as well.
Haptik has raised $11.2 million from Times Internet through a Series B funding round. Haptik will use the fund to develop its business portfolio, boost non-natural workforce abilities as well as improve business policies.
Berkshire Hathaway made a significant investment in the energy firm Kinder Morgan during the final three-month period of 2015. This investment activity highlights Berkshire's increasing bet on the oil sector.
Ratan Tata has made investment in a new venture Moglix, an e-commerce company owned by Rahul Garg. The B2B procurement company deals with like MRO's, fasteners and industrial electrical with manufacturers across India, China and many other Asian countries
U.S. electric carmaker Tesla Motors (TSLA.O) said on Friday that it would partner with China's No.2 mobile carrier China Unicom (0762.HK) to build charging outlets across the country to push sales in the world's biggest auto market.
Israeli-company EndyMed Ltd has reached an agreement with the Chinese OHMK Medical Technology, which will acquire 47.93 million EndyMed shares (28.94 percent share capital and voting rights), for $7 million.
Enumeral Biomedical Holdings announced that it had completed a merger between the company and its subsidiary, Cerulean Group, Inc. Along with the news of the merger, the company also announced the conclusion of its private placement financing, which raised $21.5 million.
The California Energy Commission recently endowed a $3 million grant to Pacific Ethanol to develop a product that would act as an alternative for sorghum. Sorghum is being used as a feedstock for ethanol.
State-owned China Mobile Ltd is poised to buy an 18 percent stake in Thai telecoms group True Corp valued at around $581 million, people familiar with the matter said, in Thailand's first major corporate deal since a coup last month.
In a speedy deal hatched over a few drinks, China's biggest e-commerce company Alibaba is buying half of the country's most successful soccer club Guangzhou Evergrande for $192 million.
Apple Inc supplier Foxconn Technology Group will buy a stake in Taiwanese mobile telecoms operator Asia Pacific Telecom for T$11.6 billion ($390 million) in a deal that would expand its presence in Taiwan's fledgling 4G telecoms market.
Beverly Hills, US-based live entertainment and e-commerce firm Live Nation Entertainment picked up a minority stake in Live Nation Japan for an undisclosed amount to become the latter's full owner.
Russian investment firm Inventure Partners picked up a minority stake in Moscow-based educational and interactive online course provider Netology for an undisclosed amount to allow the latter to accelerate its product development.
New York, US-based investment firm TPG Growth committed $100 million in a joint venture with Gurgaon, India-based emerging business market builder Smile Group to help Internet and e-commerce firms expand to India, Africa, and other emerging markets.
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