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There’s a Lot Riding on Black Friday and Cyber Monday

The White House and economists will be closely watching the annual shopping events for insight into what the data says about the state of the consumer.

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The Fallout From Sam Altman’s Return to OpenAI

The reinstatement of the A.I. start-up’s chief executive also means business interests have gained ground over those worried about the technology’s future.

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Bidder Aims to Save Bankrupt Trucking Firm Yellow

The plan would put Yellow back on the road with thousands of unionized drivers, but would force the government to wait longer for a loan repayment.

At Meta, Millions of Underage Users Were an ‘Open Secret,’ States Say

Meta “routinely documented” children under 13 on Instagram and collected their data, according to a newly unsealed complaint.

How an L.A. Rams Training Complex Could Help Transform Urban Sprawl

The football team’s proposal for a San Fernando Valley neighborhood includes plans to create a walkable community with stores, offices and apartments.

In Biden’s Climate Law, a Boon for Green Energy, and Wall Street

The law has effectively created a new marketplace that helps smaller companies gain access to funding, with banks taking a cut.

Binance Founder Changpeng Zhao Pleads Guilty to Money Laundering Violations

Changpeng Zhao will pay a $50 million fine and step down as chief executive of the company he created, the latest blow to the crypto world since the implosion of FTX last year.

Users of Venmo, Cash App and Other Digital Wallets Get a Tax Reprieve

The Biden administration has faced backlash from small-business owners who called the new I.R.S. reporting requirements confusing and onerous.

OpenAI Shows that A.I. May Have an Inherent Governance Issue

OpenAI’s intricate structure, which contributed to the ouster of Sam Altman, is complex by design.

The Long Shadow of Steve Jobs Looms Over the Turmoil at OpenAI

Sam Altman, the most prominent promoter of artificial intelligence, learned that it’s hard to be a visionary founder like the Apple legend.

The Winners and Losers of OpenAI’s Wild Weekend

It is hard to see the past few days as anything but a big loss for the A.I. company.

Sam Altman’s Ouster at OpenAI Scrambles the A.I. Power Dynamic

Big Tech is reeling from the ouster of Sam Altman at a leading A.I. start-up and his subsequent jump to Microsoft, moves that reset the power dynamic underpinning the sector.

The Fear and Tension That Led to Sam Altman’s Ouster at OpenAI

The departure of the high-profile boss of the San Francisco company drew attention to a philosophical rift among the people building new A.I. systems.

The Cybersecurity Lawsuit That Boards Are Talking About

An S.E.C. lawsuit against a software company hacked by Russian state actors in 2020 could affect how companies handle cybersecurity risks.

Apple and Disney Halt Ads on X After Musk Endorses Antisemitic Post

Disney, Apple, Paramount and Lionsgate halted marketing on X, formerly Twitter, as Elon Musk faced a furor over antisemitic abuse on his social media platform.

Sam Altman, OpenAI’s CEO, Is Ousted by Company’s Board

Mira Murati, who previously served as chief technology officer, has been named interim chief executive.

Unions in Sweden Expand Blockade Against Tesla

In sympathy with striking mechanics, unions representing dockworkers, electricians and others in the country are refusing to do work for the electric carmaker.

Advertisers Push Back at Elon Musk’s X over Antisemitism

Companies, celebrities and influencers have taken TikTok and X — and Elon Musk himself — to task for the rise of hate speech on their platforms since the Oct. 7 Hamas attacks on Israel.