How TikTok got this retailer out of a sticky situation

Sticky has embraced TikTok since the pandemic.
The future of Chinese social networking giant TikTok hangs in the balance after a US District Judge on Friday blocked a Commerce Department order to ban the app in the region from November 12. The video-sharing app, beloved by Gen Z, has been a hot topic in political circles in recent months, after US President Donald Trump raised concerns that the app, owned by Beijing-based ByteDance, posed a national security threat. The Australian government has also raised concerns about the safety of the a

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