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Reuters
September 21, 2020
Trump signed an executive order on Aug. 14 giving ByteDance 90 days to sell TikTok, amid concerns that the personal data of as many as 100 million Americans that use the app could be passed on to China's Communist Party government


Reuters
September 17, 2020
ByteDance and its founder Zhang Yiming have faced public criticism in China for seeming to give in to U.S. pressure after it was reported it was contemplating a sale of TikTok's U.S operations to Microsoft Corp


Reuters
September 12, 2020
ByteDance has been in talks to sell TikTok's US business to potential buyers including Microsoft and Oracle since US President Donald Trump threatened last month to ban the service if it was not sold


Reuters
September 8, 2020
The United States has said it will ban the short video app unless ByteDance sells the app's U.S. operations amid rising tensions between Washington and Beijing


India Today Tech
New Delhi, September 3, 2020
As per reports, ByteDance owner Zhang Yiming may reconsider the sale of TikTok's US arm after China introduced new export rules.


Reuters
August 28, 2020
The sale of TikTok is happening as the company is under fire from the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump as a potential national security risk due to the vast amount of private data the app is compiling on U.S. consumers


BusinessToday.In
August 27, 2020
TikTok CEO Kevin Mayer took the decision to quit after US President Donald Trump's order to block the app's operations in the country unless it sells its American assets to a domestic company


Reuters
August 24, 2020
To help fund their bid, the ByteDance investors are discussing exchanging some or all of their stakes in the Chinese company with equity in the TikTok assets


Yasmin Ahmed
New Delhi, August 5, 2020
ByteDance has an ultimatum of 45 days to sell off TikTok to an American company, CEO says the US wants its comprehensive ban.


Associated Press
August 5, 2020
Microsoft is in talks to buy parts of TikTok, a forced sale after Trump threatened to ban the Chinese-owned video app, which claims 100 million US users and hundreds of millions globally


Reuters
July 30, 2020
Beijing-based ByteDance is considering a range of options for TikTok amid pressure from the United States to relinquish control of the app, which allows users to create short videos with special effects and has become wildly popular with U.S. teenagers


BusinessToday.In
April 15, 2020
New hires will support the company's various apps such as TikTok and Toutiao. The company aims to have 1,00,000 staff globally by the end of the year


Reuters
BEIJING, November 18, 2019
The video app is especially popular with U.S. teenagers and young adults, drawing scrutiny at a time of rising tensions between Washington and Beijing


BusinessToday.In
May 28, 2019
Bytedance isn't the only Chinese company which is looking to build a phone for its apps. Selfie app maker Meitu had earlier built a smartphone preloaded with its collection of photo editors


BusinessToday.In
April 19, 2019
The Chinese IT major will reportedly increase its workforce in India to 1,000 people by the end of this year. One-fourth of this will be for strengthening content moderation


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