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oBike’s $10M Debt Settlement Drags On As Investor Stands Firm On Demand: “I Asked For Invoices”

oBike On Verge Of Liquidation, But Majority Shareholder Says He’s Willing To Settle Its Multi-Million Dollar Debt

oBike Investigated For Allegedly Misappropriating Funds After Transferring S$10M To HK Office

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oBike Ordered To Remove All 14,000 Bikes By 4 July – Must Pay Towing And Storage Fees To Reclaim Bikes

Following oBike Saga, Mobike Removes $49 Deposit Policy For Existing And New Users In S’pore

oBike Users Fail To Get $49 Deposit Refunds Following Its S’pore Exit – LTA Directs Matter To CASE

End Of The Ride: oBike Ceases Operation In S’pore, Cites Difficulties With LTA Regulations

oBike Blames “Technical Lapse” For SVIP Conversion Issue – Reportedly Delaying Refunds Since February

Attention oBike Users – Your $49 Deposit May Have Been “Secretly Converted” Into A SVIP Subscription

GrabCycle Lets You Choose Which Bike To Ride In One App – To Launch By First Half Of The Year

New LTA Regulations Will Pressure Bike-Sharing Companies To Be Stricter With Rogue Users

You Can Now Use GrabPay To Pay For Your oBike Rides

oBike Rolls Out New 2-Hour Delivery Service Following Launch Of Cryptocurrency oCoin

oBike To Roll Out Its Own Cryptocurrency In 2018 – The Longer You Ride, The More You Earn

The Year Of Data Breaches: 6 Companies Who Majorly F*cked Up With Our Personal Info

oBike & Mobike Are Duking It Out In Cyberjaya Now—But Who Are The REAL Winners?

GBikes Quietly Rode Into S’pore’s Saturated Bike-Sharing Scene – Rolling Out 3,000 Bikes By End-Sept

4 Months In & 20,000 Signups Later, oBike Proves Bicycle Vandalism Is Manageable In M’sia

A S’pore Startup Created A Smart Bicycle Rack To Pull The Brakes On Bike Parking Woes At HDBs

New Competition For Bike-Sharing Firms – Local Startup Rolls Out E-Scooters In Singapore

As S’pore Gears Up With Bike Sharing, Not Everyone Is Happy About The New Schemes

I Tried Commuting To Work Using A Ride-Sharing Bike By A Startup, And Got Laughed At

S’poreans Are Acting Like Brats With Bike Sharing, So Jurong-Clementi Town Council Is Stepping In As Strict Parents

As Bike-Sharing Takes Off In Singapore, So Does The Ugly Side Of Singaporeans

oBike Officially Launches With Free Rides In Tampines, And Harsh Penalties For Errant Users

LTA Dismounts Off The National Bicycle-Sharing Scheme – Here’s What Led To Its Scrapping

S’pore’s Bike-Sharing Race Heats Up With China’s Mobike, Here’s How It’s Pedalling To The Top


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© 2021 GRVTY Media Pte. Ltd.
(UEN 201431998C.)