Commuters wait next to Grab’s transport booking service app advertisements at a railway station in Singapore in February of 2016. Photo: Reuters Commuters wait next to Grab’s transport booking service app advertisements at a railway station in Singapore in February of 2016. Photo: Reuters
Commuters wait next to Grab’s transport booking service app advertisements at a railway station in Singapore in February of 2016. Photo: Reuters

Grab CEO says coronavirus ‘single biggest crisis’ in company’s history

  • Anthony Tan, co-founder and chief executive of Grab, plans to make ‘necessary operational adjustments’ to weather the crisis
  • Southeast Asia’s most valuable start-up has been expanding beyond ride-hailing into food delivery and financial services

Topic |   Start-ups
Commuters wait next to Grab’s transport booking service app advertisements at a railway station in Singapore in February of 2016. Photo: Reuters Commuters wait next to Grab’s transport booking service app advertisements at a railway station in Singapore in February of 2016. Photo: Reuters
Commuters wait next to Grab’s transport booking service app advertisements at a railway station in Singapore in February of 2016. Photo: Reuters
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