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TikTok Global Operations Set to be Run From US as Part of Oracle-ByteDance Deal, Says Report

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TikTok Global Operations Set to be Run From US as Part of Oracle-ByteDance Deal, Says ReportWashington, September 15: ByteDance will place TikTok's global business in new US-headquartered company with Oracle investing as the minority shareholder, according to a Financial Times report. The Chinese company is thus seeking...
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