A man holding a smartphone walks past a sign for ByteDance's global hit TikTok, the short video app that has Douyin as its Chinese counterpart, at an event in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, in October of last year. Photo: Reuters A man holding a smartphone walks past a sign for ByteDance's global hit TikTok, the short video app that has Douyin as its Chinese counterpart, at an event in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, in October of last year. Photo: Reuters
A man holding a smartphone walks past a sign for ByteDance's global hit TikTok, the short video app that has Douyin as its Chinese counterpart, at an event in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, in October of last year. Photo: Reuters

TikTok owner ByteDance appoints China leaders, targets 100,000 global headcount

  • ByteDance founder and global chief executive Zhang Yiming will focus on the company’s international expansion plans

Topic |   TikTok
A man holding a smartphone walks past a sign for ByteDance's global hit TikTok, the short video app that has Douyin as its Chinese counterpart, at an event in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, in October of last year. Photo: Reuters A man holding a smartphone walks past a sign for ByteDance's global hit TikTok, the short video app that has Douyin as its Chinese counterpart, at an event in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, in October of last year. Photo: Reuters
A man holding a smartphone walks past a sign for ByteDance's global hit TikTok, the short video app that has Douyin as its Chinese counterpart, at an event in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, in October of last year. Photo: Reuters
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