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    47-year-old Stewart Cink rallies to win Safeway Open Fall things to buy at Walmart before they sell out Oracle will partner with TikTok in the United States after Microsoft loses bid TikTok and Oracle will become business partners in the United States — a deal meant to satisfy the Trump administration's national security concerns, according to a person familiar with the matter. © Yan Cong/Bloomberg/Getty Images The download page for ByteDance Ltd.'s TikTok app on the Apple Inc. App Store is displayed on a smartphone in an arranged photograph in Beijing, China, on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020. U.S. President Donald Trump said he's told people involved in the sale of the U.S. assets of ByteDance's TikTok that the deal must be struck by...
    US President Donald Trump speaks before signing a trade agreement between the US and China during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC, on January 15, 2020.Saul Loeb | AFP | Getty Images President Donald Trump said U.S. enterprise software giant Oracle is "a great company" when asked if if it would be a good buyer for TikTok.  His endorsement for Oracle, co-founded by billionaire Larry Ellison, comes after reports that the Californian tech firm is interested in buying TikTok's North America, Australia and New Zealand businesses from Chinese parent company ByteDance. Speaking at an event in Yuma, Arizona, Trump said: "Well, I think Oracle is a great company, and I think its owner...
    TikTok : TikTok is the queen, the number one viral application in 2020. But the app from China has encountered a wall that has impacted its success in the West: The United States, a country that has declared war on TikTok . In fact, its leader Donald Trump threatens a veto in the USA of 90 days, 3 months that would clearly wreak havoc on the good numbers of users it now has. TikTok outside the US In the Executive Order signed by Trump last week, the still president – will he be reelected in November? – Orders TikTok to Sell US Assets in 90 Days, Citing National Security Concerns, warning that it has “credible evidence” that ByteDance...
    BEDMINSTER, Aug 15 (.) – President Donald Trump said at a press conference on Saturday that he was “studying” whether Chinese tech giant Alibaba It should be banned in America. Trump has lobbied Chinese-owned companies during his tenure, for example by promising to ban the short video app TikTok in the United States. The United States on Friday ordered ByteDance to divest TikTok’s US operations within 90 days, in the latest effort to put pressure on the Chinese company over concerns about the security of the personal data it handles. Trump, who has made the turn of the trade relationship between the United States and China a central theme of his presidency while being highly critical of Beijing, also praised...
    NEW YORK – Twitter has held preliminary talks with the Chinese social network TikTok to take over its business in the United States, according to The Wall Street Journal. The newspaper, which quotes people familiar with the matter, points out that for now it is not clear if Twitter will try to go ahead with a possible acquisition, in which a priori it would be behind Microsoft, which has been negotiating with ByteDance, the developer of TikTok. The future of the popular application is in the air in the United States, after this week the president, Donald Trump, signed an executive order prohibiting any transaction or business with ByteDance from 45 days. “The United States must take aggressive action...
    NEW YORK – Twitter has held preliminary talks with the Chinese social network TikTok to take over its business in the United States, according to The Wall Street Journal. The newspaper, which quotes people familiar with the matter, points out that for now it is not clear if Twitter will try to go ahead with a possible acquisition, in which a priori it would be behind Microsoft, which has been negotiating with ByteDance, the developer of TikTok. The future of the popular application is in the air in the United States, after this week the president, Donald Trump, signed an executive order prohibiting any transaction or business with ByteDance from 45 days. “The United States must take aggressive action...
    WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump has changed his tune on TikTok -- somewhat.Backing away from an immediate ban, Trump said on Monday if Microsoft or another "secure" and "very American" company doesn't buy the U.S. leg of the Chinese-owned operation by Sept. 15, the wildly-popular video app will cease operating in the U.S."I set a date of around Sept. 15, at which point it's going to be out of business," Trump told White House reporters. "But if somebody, and whether it's Microsoft or somebody else, buys it, that'll be interesting."Adding that the brand name is "hot" right now, Trump said, "It's a great asset, but it's not a great asset in the United States unless they have the approval of...
    President Donald Trump says he is on board with Microsoft buying the US arm of TikTok but they need to have the deal sorted by September 15 or the popular social app will be banned.  Trump's comments on Monday came as Microsoft added $77 billion in market value less than 24 hours after confirming it was in talks to by the US portion of the popular Chinese-owned video app.  Shares in Microsoft jumped nearly four percent on Monday, bringing the company's total market value to more than $1.6 trillion.  During a White House meeting, Trump said he didn't mind if the US tech giant purchased the social media app after having a 'great conversation' with Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. Trump said...
    TikTok must be sold or blocked in the United States for national security reasons, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in the latest warning released by the Donald Trump government against the popular Chinese-owned app. Mnuchin stated on the ABC television network that TikTok simply “cannot exist as it does” currently. “I will publicly say that the entire committee agrees that TikTok cannot remain in the current format because it runs the risk of sending (to China) information on 100 million Americans,” Mnuchin alleged. The official did not comment directly on the threat made by Trump on Friday to ban in the United States the application created to share entertainment videos and which is already around one billion users worldwide. Mnuchin...
    President Donald Trump will announce an action against TikTok “in the coming days” and against other Chinese software companies that his administration considers a threat to the national security of the United States, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday. Pompeo said in an interview with Fox News that Trump would make an announcement on the matter “very soon.” Pompeo’s comments come after Trump said Friday that he would ban TikTok, the popular Chinese short-form video app, through executive action. The Trump administration has reiterated that TikTok and WeChat, a Chinese messaging app, are “sending user data directly to the Chinese Communist Party.” TikTok in the US in the hands of Microsoft? Microsoft confirmed on Sunday that it...
    President Donald Trump will announce an action against TikTok “in the coming days” and against other Chinese software companies that his administration considers a threat to the national security of the United States, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday. Pompeo said in an interview with Fox News that Trump would make an announcement on the matter “very soon.” Pompeo’s comments come after Trump said Friday that he would ban TikTok, the popular Chinese short-form video app, through executive action. The Trump administration has reiterated that TikTok and WeChat, a Chinese messaging app, are “sending user data directly to the Chinese Communist Party.” TikTok in the US in the hands of Microsoft? Microsoft confirmed on Sunday that it...
    President Donald Trump will announce an action against TikTok “in the coming days” and against other Chinese software companies that his administration considers a threat to the national security of the United States, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday. Pompeo said in an interview with Fox News that Trump would make an announcement on the matter “very soon.” Pompeo’s comments come after Trump said Friday that he would ban TikTok, the popular Chinese short-form video app, through executive action. The Trump administration has reiterated that TikTok and WeChat, a Chinese messaging app, are “sending user data directly to the Chinese Communist Party.” TikTok in the US in the hands of Microsoft? Microsoft confirmed on Sunday that it...
    Microsoft says it is 'prepared to explore purchase of TikTok' in the United States after its CEO spoke to Donald Trump following his threat to ban the app.   The news comes after Trump told reporters onboard Air Force One on Friday that he would issue an order for social media platform TikTok to be banned in the United States as early as Saturday.  Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Sunday that the president will take action shortly on Chinese software companies that are feeding data directly to the Beijing government, posing a risk to U.S. national security. 'President Trump has said 'enough' and we're going to fix it and so he will take action in the coming days with...
    By Echo Wang and Alexandra Alper NEW YORK / WASHINGTON, Aug 1 (.) – Chinese company ByteDance has agreed to sell the U.S. operations of its popular TikTok app to salvage a deal with the White House, after President Donald Trump threatened to veto the online platform of short videos, two sources familiar with the matter said Saturday. US authorities have said that TikTok represents a national security threat by being managed by a Chinese parent company, as it handles an enormous amount of user data. The ByeDance award could change Trump’s position on TikTok, which has expressed its intention to ban a social network that has more than 80 million active users in the United States. Trump on Friday...
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald trump said on Friday that he was planning to sign an executive order as soon as Saturday banning Chinese-owned short-video app TikTok from the United States. The move would be the culmination of U.S. national security concerns over the safety of the personal data that TikTok handles. It would represent a major blow for TikTok's owner, Beijing-based ByteDance, which became one of only a handful of truly global Chinese conglomerates thanks to the app's commercial success. "As far as TikTok is concerned, we are banning them from the United States... I will sign the document tomorrow," Trump told reporters on Air Force One. ByteDance and TikTok did not immediately respond to requests for comment....
    Getty President Donald Trump announced that he intends to use an executive order to ban TikTok in the United States. On Friday night, President Donald Trump announced to reporters that he intends to use an executive order to ban the popular video app Tik Tok in the United States. The news was reported by NBC reporter Josh Lederman, who says he was on board Air Force One when Trump made the announcement. In a tweet, Lederman informed, “BREAKING: Trump tells reporters aboard Air Force One he is banning TikTok.” In a follow-up, he added, “We are still in the air on Air Force One, landing shortly. Trump came back to speak with us off the record and agreed...
    President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump campaign cancels ad buys to review messaging strategy: report Nunes declines to answer if he received information from Ukraine lawmaker meant to damage Biden Poll: Plurality of 'Gen Z' voters say they see more political ads from Trump than Biden MORE on Friday said he plans to ban the social media platform TikTok from operating in the United States. “As far as TikTok is concerned, we’re banning them from the United States,” Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One. The president said he could use emergency economic powers or an executive order to officially bar the Chinese-owned company from the U.S. He signaled he was not supportive of allowing an American company to acquire TikTok. DEVELOPING   ...