|Precio de cierre del día anterior||152.26|
|Fecha de vencimiento||2020-09-18|
|Rango diario||201.30 - 201.30|
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A tentative deal between the U.S. government and Bytedance, which would have the Chinese company retaining 80% stake and Walmart and Oracle getting 20% ownership of a newly founded TikTok Global, has been up in the air with both President Trump and the Chinese government having doubts of the security of the deal. Yahoo Finance’s Final Round panel discuss the details of the tentative deal and what it could mean for all the companies involved as investors wait for what’s the come next.
Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Adam Shapiro, Dan Howley and Rick Newman discuss what the future holds for WeChat in the U.S. as the Trump Administration and courts spar over its ban.
A dossier of evidence detailing how the online ad-targeting industry profiles internet users' intimate characteristics without their knowledge or consent has been published today by the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL), piling more pressure on the country's data watchdog to take enforcement action over what complainants contend is the "biggest data breach of all time." The publication follows a now two-year-old complaint lodged with Ireland's Data Protection Commission (DPC) claiming unlawful exploitation of personal data via the programmatic advertising Real-Time Bidding (RTB) process -- including dominant RTB systems devised by Google and the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB). The Irish DPC opened an investigation into Google's online Ad Exchange in May 2019, following a complaint filed by Dr Johnny Ryan (then at Brave, now a senior fellow at the ICCL) in September 2018 -- but two years on, that complaint, like so many major cross-border GDPR cases, remains unresolved.