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eBay’s new ‘Managed Delivery’ aims to rival Amazon

The new service will allow sellers to store inventory closer to buyers in warehouses across the US, resulting in faster delivery time and lower shipping costs.

Musk: There’s enough orders to set delivery record

The company has forecast it will deliver 90,000 to 100,000 cars in the second quarter after handing over just 63,000 in the first three months of the year.

Perodua says 52% of 25,000 bookings for Aruz delivered

The car manufacturer is delivering an average of 110 units daily from 100 previously.

Slow boat to Brexit oblivion is leaving soon for some exporters

Some companies are trying to speed up delivery times to beat the Brexit deadline.

Tesla’s delivery team gutted in recent job cuts

The automaker more than halved the division that delivers its electric vehicles to North American customers.

Proton delivers 1,000 units of X70 in a single day

A comprehensive presentation was provided to the buyers by the after-sales manager at each outlet.

A New Year wish come true – foodpanda slashes delivery fees

Customers of on-demand food delivery service will pay less now as well as enjoy a minimum spend of RM10 nationwide.

Airbus wins December deliveries some breathing room after busy November

Airbus has been struggling to keep its own deliveries on track this year due to a combination of engine delays and industrial problems.

Happiness on three wheels: China’s parcel deliverymen

A university graduate with a degree in international trade and commerce, Nan fell into the delivery business after a tight market in 2013.

Can you afford to have a baby?

Having a baby can take a chunk out of your income, so start saving before you decide to get pregnant.

Massive Airbus delivery challenge gets tougher with Rolls delays

Rolls was aiming to provide 30 of its Trent 7000 engines to Airbus by the end of this month.

Starbucks brings delivery to more cities across China

Starbucks is expanding its delivery service in China, as the coffee-drinking culture gains traction.

Israel halts Gaza fuel deliveries as 7 Palestinians killed

The Israeli army said five were shot dead after breaking through the border fence and attacking an army post.

Chinese police arrest 21 over data theft at Alibaba’s delivery arm

More than 10 million pieces of client data were stolen.

Meituan is said to attract Hong Kong tycoons to US$4.4 billion...

Li, who is Hong Kong’s richest man, is planning to buy stock in the offering in his personal capacity.

Trump takes aim at China, questioning international postal rates

Trump directed the US Postal Service to eliminate international postal discounts that let Chinese merchants inexpensively ship goods directly to US consumers’ homes.

Starbucks and China’s Alibaba to partner on delivery

Starbucks Corp and e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding Ltd are set to join forces on coffee delivery.

Singapore may use drones to deliver medicine, for security

Drones could be used across hi-tech Singapore to deliver life-saving medical supplies to a patient during an emergency or to respond to a security breach under a new system in development, a private consortium said Tuesday.

In China, yellow robots deliver snacks to your home

CEO Liu also says the robot will soon be equipped with the necessary technology to operate a lift, meaning it will no longer be confined to ground-floor deliveries.

Amazon wants to foster small independent delivery fleets

Amazon will offer incentives to entice entrepreneurs to set up their own small package-delivery businesses.

Alibaba to buy food delivery app Ele.me

The deal implies an enterprise value of US$9.5 billion for Ele.me.

Amazon launches delivery business for merchants in Australia

The world's largest online retailer also aims to launch its fast-shipping club Prime for shoppers by mid-2018.

App delivery boom shakes up China food sector

China's app-based meal-delivery boom of the past two years is changing how restaurants operate and affecting grocery demand.

Malaysia Airlines is hiring again

The national carrier, which shed about 6,000 people in 2015, is now looking for cabin crew and has vacancies in other areas, too, as it begins expanding.