Donald Trump, China and Microsoft's window into TikTok
Washington, Seattle, Beijing wrestle with the purchase that may or may not go through
With experts saying some of the U.S. President's demands, such as taxpayers getting a cut of a potential TikTok sale, are "unusual," it's a business deal unlike most of the mergers and acquisitions in Silicon Valley and beyond.
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We explain just what is happening (so far) as TikTok users and fans alike could see politics and business fracturing the audience of one of the world's trendiest video platforms in 2020.
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