如果川普批准 TikTok與Oracle將申請首次公開募股

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  • 如果川普批准   TikTok與Oracle將申請首次公開募股

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    ◎接下來幾天對於TikTok在美國的未來至關重要。CNBC報導,TikTok母公司ByteDance計劃在美國證券交易所IPO發行,技術合作夥伴Oracle持有新公司股份不到20%,而美國零售商Walmart也持有持股。報告顯示,這項計劃取決於川普總統及其政府的批准。
    ◎Axios進一步了解ByteDance同意的多層監督。其中包括Oracle監督TikTok在美國的所有技術營運,審查原始代碼和軟體更新,以確保沒有後門。此外,(TikTok US)將有自己的董事會,得到美國政府的批准,另外還有(TikTok Global)的單獨董事會。
    ◎同時,《New York Times》暗示,IPO計劃將在一年左右的時間內進行,報導還聲稱,TikTok一直在與Instagram的聯合創始人(Kevin Systrom)洽談,作為新任執行長的潛在候選人之一。
    ◎這可能是科技業歷史上最離奇的交易之一。由於川普對是否批准ByteDance的提案擁有最終決定權,因此下一步將有很多不確定性。

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    What’s going on with the TikTok acquisition or investment in the US… is what a lot of TikTok staff around the world are wondering, let alone the wider tech and music industries. The next few days are going to be crucial for the future of TikTok in the US, and there are some developments to report this morning.
    CNBC reported yesterday that ByteDance is planning to take TikTok public with an IPO on a US stock exchange, with its new tech partner Oracle taking a “less than 20%” stake in the new company, with US retailer Walmart also taking a stake. The report suggested that the plans are contingent on the approval of President Trump and his administration, with a decision potentially coming later today.
    Axios has more detail about the “several layers of oversight” that ByteDance has agreed to, at the behest of the Trump administration. They include Oracle overseeing all TikTok’s tech operations in the US and reviewing its source code and software updates, to “ensure there are no backdoors”. It added that TikTok US will have its own board “approved by the US government” and a separate board for TikTok Global.
    Meanwhile, the New York Times backed up the plans for an IPO of TikTok’s global operations, suggesting it will happen within a year or so, but is “not a formal part of the proposal being vetted by the government”. And there may be another big twist in this tale to come, for the NYT also claimed that TikTok has been talking to Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom as one of the potential candidates to be its new CEO.
    We may be in the finishing straight of one of the most bizarre transactions in the tech industry’s history, then, although one of its strangest elements is firmly off the table now. Trump had suggested that the US Treasury should get a cut of any acquisition of or investment in TikTok, but this week he admitted that after talks with his lawyers: “Amazingly I find that you’re not allowed to do that.”
    At least this attempt to Make America Grift Again has fallen by the wayside, but Trump will still have the final say on whether ByteDance’s proposals are approved or not, so there is still plenty of uncertainty about what happens next.

     

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