Friday, 10 November 2017 () Musical.ly Inc., maker of a musical video social app popular with teens, has been bought by Chinese news and information site Beijing ByteDance Technology Co. for a reported $800 million. ByteDance is a $20 billion company behind the Chinese personalized news app Jinri Toutiao, which has 120 million daily users, according to Bloomberg. Musical.ly, which was founded in Shanghai by co-CEOs Alex Zhu and Luyu Yang in 2014 and opened its Santa Monica, California office in 2016. The app, which now…
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