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A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has temporarily halted a proposed ban on Chinese social media app TikTok. Stay tuned.
The U.S. president has tentatively approved a deal that would create a U.S. company to manage social media app TikTok, but the story is far from over.
The 22 million active WeChat users in the United States have become a walled garden, which defeats the reasons to have the app at all.
The Ford Foundation does provide money to further social justice. The Ford company does make police vehicles. The notion that the two have some connection is false.
The partial sale of TikTok to Oracle, if it goes through, may be the final transaction of real substance in the career Oracle founder Larry Ellison.
Rumors are that the deal primarily allows Oracle to host TikTok on its cloud computing platform. If so, the term "sale" would be out of place.
Trump administration fickleness may be the reason TikTok is not sold. That means a positive outcome for the video-sharing network in the United States is still in question.
China blocking iPhone sales there would be the most visible way to attack the United States for its bans of Huawei and TikTok. Much of Apple's sales comes from what it calls Greater China.
Microsoft has confirmed that it is discussing a possible purchase of TikTok for U.S. users from its Chinese owner. The company has promised the U.S. president that negotiations will be completed by...
Social media giant Facebook on Thursday reported $1.80 in earnings per share on $18.69 billion in revenue compared to analysts' consensus estimate calling for $1.39 in EPS and $17.4 billion in...
Twitter reported disappointing second-quarter financial results despite strong user growth on Thursday before the opening bell.
Social media company Snap reported a second-quarter net loss of $0.09 per share and $454 million in revenue, compared with consensus estimates that called for a per-share loss of $0.09 and $438.09...
Morgan Stanley raised its price targets on social media leaders on Thursday, but are they close to or even above their fair value?
Facebook looks to angel investments as acquisitions draw unwelcome antitrust scrutiny.
Former President Barack Obama doesn't tweet much, probably as little as once a day. However, he has more followers on Twitter than anyone else in the world.