A U.S. judge blocked President Trump's proposed ban on TikTok just hours before it was set to take effect Sunday, Henry Blodget, co-founder and CEO of insider, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the evolving fight over the social media app in the United States.
A U.S. judge blocked President Trump's proposed ban on TikTok just hours before it was set to take effect Sunday. Aneesh Chopra, president of CareJourney who served as the first U.S. Chief Technology Officer under President Obama, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the latest.
A U.S. judge temporarily blocked an order from the Trump administration that would have banned TikTok from being downloaded from U.S. app stores.
Cybersecurity experts warn sophisticated hacking attacks by Russian and Chinese actors are targeting the Democratic and Republican campaigns gearing up for the 2020 presidential election.
TikTok parent company ByteDance has applied for an export license in China as it pushes for a deal with Oracle and Walmart for the app's U.S. operations. CNBC's Jim Cramer and David Faber discuss.
TikTok owner ByteDance has applied for an export license in line with Chinese regulations as it pushes for a deal with Oracle and Walmart for the video-sharing app's U.S. operations to avoid a shutdown in the country.
Robert Herjavec of The Herjavec Group joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss the security issues surrounding the deal involving TikTok, Oracle and Walmart.
Cybersecurity remains a major threat to voting online as it could allow foreign adversaries such as China or Russia to tamper with election results.
Online voting seems like a safe and easy solution for the 2020 presidential election, which will be held in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. The concept isn't anything new; a dozen countries, including Australia, Canada and France, have experimented with the format. However, when it comes to voting online in the U.S., cybersecurity remains a major concern, as voting online could allow foreign adversaries such as China or Russia to tamper with election results.
“The whole thing is a crock," says IAC and Expedia Chairman Barry Diller the TikTok-Oracle partnership. "It's no deal so I don't know if it means much of anything at the moment.”
Chinese state media accused the U.S. of "hooligan logic" in its push for certain conditions in the TIkTok deal and cast doubt over whether Beijing will approve the terms.
"The view from the U.S. is that a lot of these companies in China are not wholly independent from the Chinese government," says Clete Willems, partner at Akin Gump and former top White House trade negotiator.
Alex Zukin, RBC Capital Markets, joins 'Power Lunch' to discuss why he says that a TikTok-Oracle deal could help make Oracle great again and why it could add value to the share price.
Recode's Kara Swisher joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss Trump's approval of a deal to let Oracle and Walmart take a minority stake in TikTok.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on new comments from President Trump on Fox News about how he views the Oracle-TikTok deal.
"Chinese are going to have to accelerate the distribution of their stock now at the time of the Oracle-Walmart investment, which is something the president really wants," CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday. "The Chinese have not wanted that, but it sounds like the Chinese are going to have to give in because the president wants a huge win here, and he’ll get it if they do accelerate and therefore there will be no Chinese stake when the Walmart-Oracle deal closes."
President Trump gave his blessing to deal that would keep TikTok running in the United States but the details of the agreement are still vague. CNBC's Julia Boorstin breaks down what we do and don't know about the deal.
ByteDance's deal with Walmart and Oracle to set up the U.S.-based TikTok Global is "reasonable," Chinese state media said in relatively positive comments.
President Donald Trump said Saturday that he has approved a deal in principle where enterprise software maker Oracle and retail giant Walmart will partner TikTok in the U.S.
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