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Trump's War on TikTok Might Force Companies to Choose Between Doing Business With the U.S. or China
Chinese-owned TikTok is under pressure from President Donald Trump to sell its U.S. operations or face a ban - but China responded last week by implementing new export rules that could give it power to veto the sale.
Report: Walmart Wants to Jointly Acquire TikTok With Microsoft
'We are confident that a Walmart and Microsoft partnership would meet both the expectations of U.S. TikTok users while satisfying the concerns of U.S. government regulators,' the retail giant tells CNBC.
TikTok Outlines Why It Thinks President Trump's US Ban Is Illegal
'By banning TikTok with no notice or opportunity to be heard (whether before or after the fact), the executive order violates the due process protections of the Fifth Amendment,' the company says.
TikTok Vows to Fight White House Ban With 'All Remedies Available'
The company said it was "shocked" by the executive order.
Trump Signs Order Banning U.S. Transactions With TikTok, WeChat in 45 Days
Under the order, U.S. app stores, credit card companies and software providers would all likely be prohibited from working with the popular video-sharing app.
China Won't Accept 'Theft' of TikTok, According to State Newspaper
Meanwhile, Trump thinks the US treasury should get a cut of any sale.
President Trump to Force Chinese Investors to Sell TikTok
'Bloomberg' reports the president plans to order China's ByteDance to sell TikTok in the U.S.
Zoom Will Let Paid Customers Control Where Their Calls Are Routed
After a report revealed Zoom was transmitting encryption keys through China, the company will now allow paying customers to opt in or out of a specific data center region so they know exactly where their data is going.