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Microsoft deal with Grab brings its AI, cloud tech to ride-hailing

Earlier this year Uber sold off its ride-hailing business in southeast Asia to a competitor, Grab, which is now raising $3 billion to further expand operations. Today Microsoft announced it's making a "strategic investment" in Grab, as the two launch…Read more

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