It was the moment the Hollywood start-up had been waiting for.When the future of TikTok was endangered by US President Donald Trump’s executive order last week, Triller, a previously obscure rival based in Los Angeles, was poised to reap the benefits.“We are absolutely positioned to be a replacement for TikTok if they do get banned,” said Triller CEO Mike Lu, hours before the executive order was issued. “Out of everyone in this space, we are the most adaptable … and grounded one in terms of…



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