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ByteDance

ByteDance

ByteDance's is a Chinese AI company focused on content delivery.

ByteDance, the company which owns short-form video app TikTok, has recently come under fire due to the fact that it is headquartered in China.
The founder and CEO of TikTok owner ByteDance will focus on adding users of the popular video app in countries outside of its strongest markets, according to an internal staff note seen by Reuters, as it faces political pressure in the United States.
ByteDance is looking to launch its music streaming as soon as next month
China's Tencent Holdings Ltd reported a surprise 13% drop in quarterly profit on Wednesday hurt by a weaker-than-expected core smartphone games business and falls in media advertising and computer games revenue.
It ordered Jinri Toutiao to clean up its act and punish those responsible.
Zhang Yiming makes his own TikToks -- and requires his senior employees to as well. Here's a look at what we know about the secretive billionaire.
About geopolitics of data, internet incumbents and the perils of online information
Users can qualify for loans up to $28,000 with 0.03% interest.
ByteDance's blog posts say one thing -- but recent history, and former employees, say another. Now it's headed for a fight with the US government
The Jianguo Pro 3 is only available for purchase in China, and starts at 2,699 yuan, around $389 US.
TikTok owner ByteDance's smartphone has been released in China. The company has released the Jianguo Pro 3, which has a starting price of 2,899 yuan (around $412) and is available in China now.
ByteDance has responded to a report in the Financial Times that said the Chinese Internet startup plans to go public in Hong Kong as early as the first quarter of next year. "There is absolutely zero truth to the rumors that we plan to list in Hong Kong in Q1," said a spokesperson for the [...]
The company has balked at paying higher royalties demanded by major music labels.
Welcome to TechCrunch's China roundup, a digest of events that happened at major Chinese tech companies and what they mean to tech founders and executives around the world. The talk about U.S.-China relationships over the past two weeks has centered heavily on the NBA controversy, which has put...
Bytedance remains tight-lipped about the product, which will 'accompany' kids as they study.
TikTok has hired away more than two dozen employees from Facebook since 2018.
Bytedance has been training internal departments on the use of "ByteAir."
Potential buyers include US-based media companies.