Top Business Stories from The New York Times

On Monday, the New York Times business pages featured several top stories. One of them was a report about ongoing talks between OpenAI and Sam Altman, the recently ousted CEO of the artificial intelligence start-up, to bring him back to the company. However, there were disagreements over the composition of OpenAI’s board of directors.

Another major development on Monday was the news that Warner Bros Discovery and Sony had joined other prominent brands in suspending their spending on X, the social media service formerly known as Twitter, amid growing backlash over Elon Musk’s endorsement of an antisemitic conspiracy theory on X.

On Sunday, Kyle Vogt, founder and CEO of Cruise, the driverless car subsidiary of General Motors, resigned from the company. Meanwhile, Rosalynn Carter, former first lady and political partner of husband and former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, passed away at the age of 96 on Sunday. These developments were compiled by our Bengaluru newsroom.

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