TikToking Continues Too--The Chinese company that owns TikTok has accepted the Trump administration's changes to a deal designed to mitigate the White House's concerns that the popular app poses a national security threat, The New York Times' David McCabe, Erin Griffith, Ana Swanson and Mike Isaac report, citing two people familiar with the matter. The Treasury Department, which leads a group reviewing the deal for national security purposes, provided TikTok's owner, ByteDance, with revisions to its proposal on Wednesday, one of the people said. Oracle (ORCL) is set to be a technology partner for TikTok while taking an ownership stake in the app, but would not own it outright, people with knowledge of the situation have said. Meanwhile, TikTok is also hunting for a permanent chief executive to replace Kevin Mayer, who resigned in late August, citing the changing political pressures of the role, the authors note. Among those whom TikTok has talked to about the job is Kevin Systrom, a founder and former CEO of Facebook's Instagram.