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  • Avinash Saxena

    Here is the latest report that Yahoo’s CEO Scott Thompson said sorry in memo after board meeting, actually this issue was created one week ago when Third Point’s founder and chief executive, Dan Loeb, wrote in a letter to Yahoo’s board that Thompson claims to hold a bachelor’s degree in accounting and computer science from Stonehill College near Boston, but said Thompson “embellished his academic credentials” because the CEO’s degree is in accounting only.”

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