With the TikTok soap opera finally behind us, I’d like to provide another view on Microsoft’s disastrous attempt to steal this service away from China.
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After rejecting Microsoft’s bid, ByteDance announced that it will partner with Oracle for TikTok’s U.S. operations.
Microsoft announced this evening that it will not be buying TikTok any part of the company.
With TikTok poised to sell its non-Chinese assets to Microsoft or Oracle, China took steps to intervene in any deal.
It’s a battle that Microsoft should clearly win. By allowing Oracle to waste $20 billion or more on the controversial TikTok service.
According to a report, Microsoft originally only wanted to make an investment in TikTok and not a controversial acquisition. But then things got messy.
As promised, TikTok has sued the U.S. government for attempting to ban its social media app in the United States without due process.
We can add Oracle to the list of U.S. companies that are willing to take the dubious step of divesting China-based TikTok for its own aims.
A more suitable suitor for beleaguered social network TikTok has emerged: According to reports, Twitter has now spoken to the firm about a sale.
A new report claims that Microsoft is attempting to purchase TikTok’s entire global business and not just its U.S.-based assets.
A class-action lawsuit involving 20 US-based families claims that TikTok steals private data and sends it to servers in China.
Over the weekend, Microsoft admitted that it would like to acquire the non-Chinese assets of TikTok. Doing so would be a mistake.
Microsoft has confirmed that the company is pursuing TikTok as long as they can overcome the political hurdles.
Multiple reports claim that Microsoft is seriously considering acquiring TikTok, the controversial social networking platform.
Snapchat now has music challenges inspired by TikTok challenges.
Yes, Facebook's clone machine never stops. It's back at it again with a clone of TikTok.