OpenAI Board Changes, An Investigation and a Lawsuit


On Friday the company announced that CEO Sam Altman will rejoin the OpenAI Board. The company also welcomed three new members on to its board.

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 The internal investigation into the events leading up to Sam Altman’s ouster was completed by U.S. law firm WilmerHale.

The three new board members will replace three who had recently resigned.

In November, the board of OpenAI made the decision to remove Altman from his position, leading to a cascade of resignations and threats of resignations.

 This included a powerful open letter signed by nearly all of OpenAI’s employees, as well as significant concern from investors, notably Microsoft. 

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OpenAI Board Shifts

Within a week, Altman returned to his role within the company. And Board members Helen Toner, Tasha McCauley, and Ilya Sutskever, who had supported Altman’s removal, stepped down.