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News the Next boss is joining the board of the expanding food courier set several stories running
Fashion chain chief appointed non-executive director at food delivery group ahead of expected IPO
Private financing boost for food delivery app ahead of long-awaited stock market debut
Chief executive pledges to ‘go all out’ against its food delivery rivals in the city
Food-delivery company lost £317.7m in 2019, up by a third on the previous year
Deliveroo and Uber Eats offer a lifeline but high fees drive businesses to launch own versions
Restaurant delivery group increases push into groceries with UK supermarket tie-up
Uber Eat’s results speak to structural problems in the no-longer nascent sector.
CMA warns increased stake could trigger further scrutiny
CMA says ecommerce giant’s investment will not adversely affect consumers following year-long probe
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Delivery group was at risk of failing without fresh funding, says CMA
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Index Ventures and Accel partners claim CMA probe into Amazon deal harmful to sector
Food-delivery company battles for market share while Amazon deal is scrutinised
Competition regulator refers $575m investment in food delivery company for Phase 2 investigation
Regulator expresses concerns and says it will investigate if groups do not offer remedies
The company’s new click and collect offering speaks to wider structural issues in the industry.
Food delivery start-up has flushed money into new regions and product offerings
Deliveroo pulls out of Germany with four days’ notice.
Decision to exit German market is a fillip for rivals including Takeaway.com
US tech group led a $575m funding round into food delivery company in May