Multiple Microsoft employees shared disapproval of a potential purchase of TikTok by Microsoft. Comments and a poll on an internal Yammer group show that many employees are against the idea.
A new report breaks down how a potential purchase of TikTok by Microsoft would have to overcome several technical challenges. These challenges center around data and how it's used and stored.
In a new interview, former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates called a potential deal to acquire TikTok a "poison chalice," referencing the fraight nature of TikTok's forced sale in the U.S.
TikTok has hit back at President Trump's executive order, saying it is shocked by the move, and that it was issued without any due process.
With Microsoft most likely taking a massive slice of TikTok's western operations, how could the social network help Xbox?
State-backed media in China has decried the U.S.'s "smash and grab" attempt to "steal" TikTok, saying it won't be taken lying down.
CEO of ByteDance Zhang Yiming says the "primary" goal of President Trump and Washington is to ban TikTok, rather than force its sale.
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