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Trump signs off on deal allowing TikTok to continue U.S. operations

  • WSJ
  • 1 week ago
  • President Trump said he has agreed in concept to a deal under which Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok will partner with Oracle and Walmart to become a U.S.-based company, capping negotiations that have stirred debate over national security and the future of the internet.
  • The Commerce Department would delay a ban on U.S. downloads and updates for the TikTok app. The ban is now set to take effect Sept. 27, but could be further delayed or removed if the proposed new partnership goes forward.
  • Oracle would have a 12.5% stake in the new entity called TikTok Global, and would provide secure cloud service for data on the popular app.
  • Walmart agreed to purchase 7.5% of TikTok Global as well as entering into commercial agreements to provide e-commerce, fulfillment, payments and other services to the new company.
  • TikTok’s current owner, Beijing-based ByteDance Ltd., would retain roughly 80% ownership of the company. But because ByteDance is about 40% owned by U.S. investors, the new company with equity stakes for Oracle and Walmart can be described as having majority American ownership.
Trump signs off on deal allowing TikTok to continue U.S. operations

A new $20 billion bid for TikTok could see it purchased by rival Triller (and a giant investment firm)

  • The Verge
  • 4 weeks ago
  • TikTok-rival Triller and Centricus (a London-based global investment firm) are the latest suitors looking to buy TikTok’s US business with a $20 billion bid, joining Oracle and a recently combined Microsoft / Walmart effort to acquire the popular short-form video application.
  • As originally described by Bloomberg’s source, a Triller/Centricus offer would see Centricus pay TikTok parent company ByteDance $10 billion in cash upfront, and another $10 billion in shared profit for ownership over TikTok’s assets in the US, Australia, New Zealand, and India.
  • Triller — which already operates a similar service to TikTok, and presumably would help Centricus actually run a social video application after the purchase — would have a minority stake in the venture.
A new $20 billion bid for TikTok could see it purchased by rival Triller (and a giant investment firm)

TikTok sues U.S. government over Trump ban

  • Nytimes
  • 1 month ago
  • TikTok sued the U.S. government on Monday, accusing the Trump administration of depriving it of due process when President Trump used his emergency economic powers to issue an executive order that will block the app from operating in the country.
  • TikTok said in a blog post explaining the grounds for its lawsuit that the Trump administration “failed to follow due process and act in good faith, neither providing evidence that TikTok was an actual threat, nor justification for its punitive actions.”
  • The company also claimed that the purported national security threat identified by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States was based on “outdated news articles” and did not address the documentation provided by TikTok demonstrating the security of user data.
TikTok sues U.S. government over Trump ban

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