TikTok proposes new U.S. headquarters to win over Trump and 20,000 jobs TikTok offered to create a new U.S.-based company and add 20,000 jobs in a bid to win over U.S. government support for its proposal to address President Trump’s security claims and keep its short-form video app operating in the country. What lessons can Chinese companies learn from TikTok’s overseas experience?ByteDance’s chances of global success with TikTok received a major setback after Donald Trump threatened to ban the viral short video app. While a solution might be in the works, what lessons can be learned for other Chinese firms? TikTok, Oracle seek Trump's approval as clock ticks downOracle and TikTok are racing to win approval from the Trump administration before a Sunday deadline in a deal that would allow the wildly popular video app to continue operating in the U.S. TikTok, Oracle face several hurdles to keep deal aliveTikTok has found a dance partner to keep it going in the US — but it has to convince the feds not to let the deal flop. American software firm Oracle said it would become the “trusted technology pr… Oracle and TikTok struck a deal. What it is, none will sayThe short-video app TikTok has chosen Oracle as its corporate savior to avoid a U.S. ban ordered by President Donald Trump. The U.S. government will review TikTok picks Oracle over Microsoft in Trump-forced sales bidUS president has promised to follow through with a plan to ban the Chinese-owned app in the US over spying concerns Oracle confirms it has a deal to become TikTok’s ‘technology partner’Proposal comes just ahead of US President Trump’s threat to ban the video-sharing app on national security grounds; Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the plan will undergo review, with a recommendation issued by the end of the week. TikTok owner chooses Oracle over Microsoft in proposed sale forced by Trump administration - The Boston GlobeThe owner of TikTok has chosen Oracle over Microsoft as the American tech partner that could help keep the popular video-sharing app running in the U.S., according to a source familiar with the deal who was not authorized to speak publicly about it.