Google has settled a legal fight with a U.S. labor watchdog agency and a group of current and former employees who protested its business decisions, including working with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency during the Trump Administration. The company fired four of the workers in 2019. The National Labor Relations Board, a federal agency that can investigate and sue companies over...
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Biden’s Path to Forcing TikTok Sale Leads to Now-Dead App Musical.ly
Would TikTok have become a powerhouse without Musical.ly? As arcane as that question might appear, it could become the paramount issue in court if the Biden administration tries to force TikTok’s parent ByteDance to sell the app. That’s because ByteDance’s 2017 purchase of Musical.ly, a rival to the then-young TikTok, is what triggered the national security review that could...
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