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President Donald Trump wants to deny China some of the proceeds from the sale of ByteDance's US operations of its video-sharing app TikTok, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Aug 19, but it would be unusual for any company that acquires TikTok to provide funds to the US Treasury.
US president Trump’s latest demand is for either the Chinese sellers or the American buyers of TikTok’s US operations to pay the US Treasury a fee based on the sale price, even though it wasn’t clear under what authority he could demand the money.
TikTok, the social media platform that is all the rage with the world's teens, could break away from its Chinese parent to evade a US ban, a top White House adviser said July 16.
No one has been diagnosed with the new coronavirus in Alabama, but unfounded social-media rumours run so wild that the state public health department assigned a staffer to stamp them out.
US President Donald Trump has been on a tear about Google that traces back to a series of unfounded claims about the technology giant circulating among conservatives.
President Donald Trump's decision to allow expanded sales of US technology supplies to Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei will only apply to products widely available around the world, and leave the most sensitive equipment off limits, a top White House aide said on June 30.
Top executives from Google, Microsoft, IBM, Oracle and Qualcomm gathered Dec 6 at the White House amid strained ties between US President Donald Trump’s administration and the tech industry and an ongoing trade war with China.
The Trump administration, which has had sometimes strained relations with high-technology companies, will meet with top tech executives next week to discuss innovation and future jobs, several companies attending and a White House official said.
Google's chief executive officer, Sundar Pichai, is on Capitol Hill this week to face questions from Republican lawmakers who accuse the company of being biased against conservatives and have raised a litany of other concerns.
As US President Donald Trump goes to war against Silicon Valley technology firms over what he believes is a left-wing bias against conservatives, a right-wing group has launched a lawsuit targeting this region's tech giants and accusing them of a conspiracy.