Microsoft CEO confirms talks to acquire TikTok's US business

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Nadella thanks Trump for his 'personal involvement'

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has said the vendor is in talks to buy the US operation of TikTok "following a conversation with President Trump". Rumours of the shock move first surfaced last week,...

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