TIKTOK PARENT BYTEDANCE RAISING $1.45 BILLION TO INVEST IN MEDIA, AI (REPORT)

ByteDance, the company behind the wildly popular social video app TikTok, is in the process of raising a $1.45 billion fund to invest in media content and artificial intelligence, according to a report from business news site The Information. Part of the money will come from ByteDance itself, while the company is also looking to raise […]

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