ByteDance, the parent company of popular short video app TikTok, has rejected Microsoft, the first publicly known bidder of the app’s American arm.
Qualcomm-backed Nreal, announced the completion of a $40 million B1 round of financing led by the Chinese short-video giant and TikTok nemesis Kuaishou.
Xinhua reported that the revised export catalog may restrict TikTok from selling its US operations because the deal must be approved by China.
If you ask me, one of the most curious happenings of recent months, is just how quickly “banning TikTok” went from a “fringe movement” to “quite acceptable”.
On Aug. 27, at 12: 14 PM, Beijing local time, Kevin Mayer sent out an all-staff internal letter and announced to resign as global COO of ByteDance.
On Monday, short video platform Triller announced a new strategic partnership with JioSaavn, a music streaming platform owned by Reliance Industries Limited owned by Mukesh Ambani, India's richest man.
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TikTok Parent ByteDance announced that it is going to sue the Trump administration after the recent executive order that threatened a complete ban on the company’s business in the United States.
The Chinese short video service company BIGO is moving its servers from Hong Kong to Singapore in order to emphasize its independence from its Chinese parent company.
Chinese short-video platforms are now regulating online eating shows and are cracking down on so-called “big stomach kings”
TikTok’s parent company ByteDance released a statement on Friday in response to the executive order banning US companies and individuals from doing business with it.
US-based video conferencing platform Zoom will stop direct sales in mainland China from Aug. 23, and will only offer its services via third-party partners.
TikTok and its Chinese version of Douyin have earned more than $102 million in the global App Store and Google Play.
Microsoft is ready to press ahead with discussions to explore a possible acquisition of TikTok in the United States.
On August 3, at 12:40 PM, Beijing local time, ByteDance founder Zhang Yiming sent out an all-staff letter in response to the potential sale of TikTok’s US operations.