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Spain's Cabify plans online grocery delivery in Latin America in 2022

Nov 30 2021

MADRID (Reuters) -Spanish ride-hailing app Cabify will begin offering grocery deliveries in its Latin American markets next year after debuting the service in Spain a month ago, Lucia Chavarri, the vice president of new business, said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Spain's Cabify plans online grocery delivery in Latin America in 2022

Nov 30 2021

MADRID, Nov 30 Spanish ride-hailing app Cabify will begin offering grocery deliveries in its Latin American markets next year after debuting the service in Spain a month ago, Lucia Chavarri, the vice president of new business, said on Tuesday.

Travel sector sees recovery slip from grasp amid new coronavirus scare

Nov 29 2021

Airlines are scrambling to limit the impact of the latest coronavirus variant on their networks, while delays in bookings are threatening an already-fragile recovery for global tourism.

Iberia CCO says airline now more pessimistic about Air Europa deal

Nov 25 2021

MADRID (Reuters) -Iberia airline's chief commercial officer said on Thursday the Spain-based company was now more pessimistic than optimistic about the acquisition of its rival Air Europa after the latest regulatory setback in the half-billion-euro takeover bid.

Spain ready to negotiate with truckers to avoid Christmas strike

Nov 11 2021

MADRID (Reuters) -Spain's government is prepared to negotiate with truck drivers and believes a three-day strike called by an industry association in the run-up to Christmas can be averted, two ministers said on Thursday.

Telefonica seeks up to 4,000 voluntary redundancies by mid-2022

Nov 11 2021

MADRID (Reuters) -Spanish mobile and broadband operator Telefonica plans to cut between 2,000 and 4,000 jobs through voluntary redundancy in the first half of 2022, a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Thursday.

Telefonica plans to cut up to 4,000 jobs in H1 2022 by voluntary redundancy -source

Nov 11 2021

MADRID, Nov 11 Spanish mobile and broadband operator Telefonica plans to cut at least 2,000 jobs and up to 4,000 through voluntary redundancy in the first half of 2022, a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Thursday.

Spanish property developer Neinor in talks to buy Via Celere

Nov 08 2021

MADRID (Reuters) -Spanish residential real estate developer Neinor Homes on Monday confirmed reports it is in negotiations to buy rival Via Celere in a deal that could create Spain's largest property developer.

Telehealth apps see post-COVID focus on mental wellbeing

Nov 05 2021

LISBON (Reuters) -Demand for online mental health care will be a priority in the post-COVID world, bosses of telehealth apps say, after lockdowns took a toll on people's wellbeing and requests for virtual appointments skyrocketed.

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