Tag Archives: Tik Tok

Social Media: ‘Tik Tok As A Platform For Business’

TikTok is becoming a popular forum for Gen-Z and Millennials to learn about entrepreneurship and making money. To find out more, WSJ spoke with three TikTokers who are attracting large audiences that support their thriving online businesses.

Social Media: U.S.-China Fight Over Tik Tok Is A Data Privacy Battle (WSJ Video)

The Chinese-owned app TikTok has been labelled a national-security threat by the U.S., but it’s not unique in the data it collects. WSJ explains why countries are building digital walls and treating user data like a sovereign asset, and how that could change our tech.

Illustration: Zoë Soriano

How A Walmart-Tik Tok Deal Could Transform Online Shopping (Video)

Walmart’s potential deal with TikTok may not only change the retail giant, it could reshape how Americans shop online. Video commerce, which allows users to shop while they watch viral videos, is already wildly popular in other countries.

Illo: Mike Cheslik for the Wall Street Journal

World News Podcast: Protests In Beirut, Tik Tok Sues, Slow Immigration

NPR News Now PodcastNPR News Now reports: Protests erupt in Beirut in aftermath of massive explosion, Tik Tok sues U.S., and other world news.

Morning News Podcasts: Joe Biden’s VP Pick, Virtual School & Retail, Tik Tok

This week, Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden is supposed to decide on his pick for a running mate. How he’s selecting her says a lot about how Biden might govern.

  • Plus, how the virtual school year could push retailers even closer to the brink.
  • And, the behind the scenes of the White House’s latest Tik Tok announcement.

Guests: Axios’ Hans Nichols, Courtenay Brown and Mike Allen.

World News Podcast: Hong Kong Elections, European Economies

The Economist LogoThe Economist discusses latest news on Hong Kong postponing elections, the potential sale of popular video app Tik Tok to Microsoft, and other world news.