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We don’t own any port of OpenAI, just profit sharing : Microsoft in UK Antitrust hearing

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Microsoft-OpenAI Face UK Antitrust Probe
  1. Microsoft’s collaboration with OpenAI, led by Satya Nadella and Sam Altman respectively, is under antitrust investigation in the US and UK, potentially due to their joint efforts in the AI sector.
  2. OpenAI witnessed sudden leadership changes with Sam Altman’s unexpected removal and subsequent return. A new initial board granted Microsoft a non-voting observer position, allowing access to confidential information but no voting rights in key decisions.
  3. Reports suggested Microsoft held a 49% stake in OpenAI’s for-profit subsidiary. However, a Microsoft spokesperson refuted this, stating the details were confidential and clarified that Microsoft does not “own any portion” of OpenAI but is entitled to profits.
SourceReuters

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