Investment in the UK tech sector has continued to surge, as British firms secured more foreign funding in the first seven months of 2019 than during the whole of 2018, according to new research.
Online food delivery service Deliveroo has said it is pulling out of Germany to concentrate on other markets, but is holding out the possibility of returning at a later date.
Sainsbury’s has partnered with Deliveroo to trial pizza delivery from its stores, in a bid to take a slice of the fast-growing delivery market.
Deliveroo is set to expand to more than 50 towns and cities across the UK, the online food delivery platform has revealed.
Attempts by Amazon to eat into the UK food delivery sector suffered a blow on Friday when the competition watchdog revealed it was launching an inquiry into a deal with Deliveroo.
Attempts by the bosses of Just Eat to stave off activist investors calling for the food delivery platform to be sold have been given a welcome boost as the company unveiled a new boardroom addition.
Food ordering app Deliveroo is to hand out free air quality masks to its delivery riders and the public in a bid to improve cyclist protection against air pollution as the company marks Clean Air Day.
A tech firm that offers insurance to gig economy workers like Deliveroo riders and Uber drivers has raised 42 million US dollars (£33 million) in funding, the company said.
Deliveroo riders do not have the right to collective bargaining, the High Court has ruled in the latest case involving the so-called “gig economy”.
Deliveroo riders in four cities are to display missing person posters on their backpacks as part of a campaign to find them in time for Christmas.
Benedict Cumberbatch has spoken about thwarting an attempted robbery – saying “it was a bit foolhardy”.
Deliveroo is rolling out a new feature that will enable users to order dishes from different restaurants on the same single order.
Food ordering app Deliveroo can now be accessed via Google Maps, should users want to order when looking up a restaurant in Dundee and across the globe.
Deliveroo is to train 1,500 of its UK riders in first aid so they can help in an emergency if needed.
Deliveroo is getting in on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe by bringing a little more than food to hungry customers.
Hungry Deliveroo customers can now get their favourite foods delivered by kayak.
Deliveroo will now accept delivery orders to UK beaches, and the on-demand food service has unveiled a beach clean-up operation alongside the new policy.
Food delivery company Deliveroo is being urged to pay its riders the living wage as it embarks on a recruitment drive in Dundee.