Germany, Takeaway, Uber Eats

Germany, Takeaway

Takeaway, Uber CEOs exchange barbs after Uber Eats says it will enter German market | Malay Mail

Takeaway, Uber CEOs exchange barbs after Uber Eats says it will enter German market | Malay Mail

22/4/2021 9:18:00 AM

Takeaway , Uber CEOs exchange barbs after Uber Eats says it will enter German market | Malay Mail

AMSTERDAM, April 21 ― The chief executive of Europe's largest restaurant order and delivery company Just Eat Takeaway .com sparred with the CEO of Uber on Twitter yesterday after the US company said Uber Eats would launch in Germany , one of Takeaway 's biggest markets. “Interesting way of trying...

Thursday, 22 Apr 2021 08:49 AM MYTUber Eats will launch in Germany, one of Takeaway's biggest markets. ― Reuters file picSubscribe to ourTelegramchannel for the latest updates on news you need to know.AMSTERDAM, April 21 ― The chief executive of Europe's largest restaurant order and delivery company Just Eat Takeaway.com sparred with the CEO of Uber on Twitter yesterday after the US company said Uber Eats would launch in Germany, one of Takeaway's biggest markets.

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“Interesting way of trying to depress our share price,” Jitse Groen said on Twitter, addressing Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi by his handle.Khosrowshahi replied, “Advice: pay a little less attention to your short term stock price and more attention to your Tech and Ops.”

Groen shot back that his rival should “start paying taxes (and) minimum wage ... before giving a founder advice on how he should run his business.”Takeaway shares closed down 2.9 per cent at €89.54 (RM443.92) following the Uber Eats news.Contacted by Reuters, Uber had no immediate comment. A spokesman for Takeaway confirmed Groen's tweets were authentic. headtopics.com

Last week, Takeaway reported a 79 per cent increase in first-quarter orders, citing strength in Britain, where it competes with Uber Eats and Deliveroo. ― Reuters Read more: Malay Mail »

Malaysia-Singapore to allow 'death and critically ill' emergency visits from May 17

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