Uber is making a broad international push into meal delivery, with fresh hiring and aggressive marketing as it prepares to take on local rivals in dozens of countries.
Meal-kit delivery services have grown from a novel start-up concept to a billion-dollar industry. You still do the chopping and cooking, but everything else is taken care of - well, except the dishes.
Silicon Valley is now trying to speed up the process for home-cooked meals.
As China's economy stutters, growing numbers of diners on a budget are tapping into smartphone applications to snap up meal delivery deals, spelling big trouble for fast food chains like Yum Brands Inc's KFC and ...