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Microsoft said to be in talks to buy TikTok as Trump weighs curtailing app

Sydney Morning Herald Friday, 31 July 2020 ()
The talks come as TikTok's ownership by a Chinese company is under scrutiny from the White House and politicians.
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Microsoft Confirms Talks to Buy TikTok in America On Sunday, Microsoft confirmed it has been in communication with tech company ByteDance to purchase the social media app. Microsoft will keep working with the U.S. government to secure a deal and wrap up talks by Sep. 15, according to a statement....

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