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President Donald Trump's war on Chinese technology firms has changed the ground rules for global business, underscoring a new political reality that could have negative repercussions for American firms.
TikTok is urging a federal court to block US President Donald Trump from banning the app, arguing the move is based on election politics rather than legitimate national security concerns.
Months after 330 elephants inexplicably died in Botswana, officials identified the cause of the die-off: toxic bacteria in their watering holes.
TikTok's fight with the Trump administration doesn't yet appear to be over, regardless of what the deal that was signed between its parent company ByteDance and Oracle says over the weekend. Earlier today, the company filed a motion to stop the Commerce Department from enforcing a ban against the popular social app. It's perhaps looking at the plight of another app, WeChat, whose users successfully argued for an injunction in San Francisco federal court this weekend that blocked the app from being banned on Sunday by the Commerce Department.