ByteDance Stock

bytedance.comSocial NetworkingFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $7.45B

Developer of technologies that are intended to be applied to mobile internet scenarios. The company focuses on applying artificial intelligence technology to mobile internet applications. The company owns multiple brands that they have developed in-house such as Toutiao and TikTok.

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Team

Management Team

Yiming Zhang
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Rubo Liang
Technical Director & Co-Founder
Tony Yu
Director of Strategy & Operation
Hengbao Yang
Marketing Director
Shah Xia
Executive
Pengyuan Zhao
Investment Professional
Vinson Guo
Executive Officer
Lin Chen
Head of Product
Liu Zhen JD
Senior Vice President, Strategic Investment
Weiying Ma Ph.D
Vice President

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News

For ByteDance, which has found success with TikTok as well as news aggregation app Toutiao, the Pico acquisition marks a push to diversify its business.
The Chinese government took a stake and a board seat in a key ByteDance entity this year - a move that raises questions over how much influence Beijing is planning to wield in a tech sector reeling under an onslaught of regulatory action.
ByteDance, the Chinese owner of short video platform TikTok, has revived its plan to go public with a listing in Hong Kong by early 2022 after addressing Chinese regulators' concerns, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.