On November 20, the New York Times business pages featured several top stories. One of the main topics was the ongoing talks at OpenAI to bring back Sam Altman as the company’s chief executive. However, there were disagreements over the makeup of OpenAI’s board of directors.
Another major development in the business world was the decision by Warner Bros Discovery and Sony to halt their spending on X, a social media service that was formerly known as Twitter. This move came after Elon Musk endorsed an antisemitic conspiracy theory on X, leading to widespread backlash.
On Sunday, Kyle Vogt, founder and CEO of Cruise, resigned from his position at General Motors’ driverless car subsidiary. Meanwhile, Rosalynn Carter, former first lady and political partner of her husband Jimmy Carter, passed away on Sunday at the age of 96.