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‘Uber for trucks’ hauls $840k, Nickelodeon gets into E-books, Alibaba buying Chinese mall operator Intime

Audrey Raj | Angeline Teh

12-Jan-17 12:00

‘Uber for trucks’ hauls $840k, Nickelodeon gets into E-books, Alibaba buying Chinese mall operator Intime

Listen to today’s biz bytes which covered Ezyhaul, an 'Uber for trucks' delivery service which received seed funding for its Southeast Asia rollout. Also on the show, Audrey Raj and Angeline Teh talk about Uber’s new website offering access to its traffic data, 90s kids TV network Nickelodeon’s new reading app called Nick Jr. Books and Alibaba’s $2.6B effort in offline retail.


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Tags:  Uberdelivery servicelogisticsEzyhaulMovementurban mobilityNickelodeone-bookNick Jr. BooksAlibabaIntimeoffline retailtransport


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