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What Could Come After a TikTok Sale
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"My opinion is that it got to be enough and he said, 'This is Chinese spyware and there's no way around it'."

The co-owner of Triller has some thoughts on TikTok CEO Kevin Mayer's abrupt exit. Reporter Sam Blake talked with him about what might be in the besieged social app's future.

Meanwhile, TikTok is reportedly considering two offers.

Neuralink founder Elon Musk demonstrates the company's new brain-computer interface device on a group of pigs.

AT&T is exploring a deal involving DirecTV.

Electric vehicle-maker Bollinger unveils its new delivery van model.

Meanwhile, California adopts tougher pollution standards for ships and trucks.

Spotify is rapidly building new podcast partnerships with influencers.

Save the date! The inaugural dot.LA Summit will take place on October 27th & 28th!

After a TikTok Sale, More Trouble

Triller's co-owner says about 100 of TikTok's top stars have already migrated to his app, and speculates on what might be behind the abrupt resignation of TikTok's CEO. Read more >>

LA Metal Icon Expands His Cannabis Empire

System of a Down frontman Shavo Odadjian recently expanded his cannabis and culture startup, 22 Red, into Arizona and Nevada. Read more >>

Investors Are Being Forced to Pivot from Asia

Tensions between the U.S. and China — the world's two largest economies — and the pandemic are making U.S. companies rethink supply chains once largely dependent on Asia. Read more >>

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