A shareholder of Yahoo! CEO asks fired for lying on his CV
Investment firm Third Point, which has about 6 percent of Yahoo!, has asked the Internet company that fired its CEO, Scott Thompson, after finding out that included in your resume an which has no academic training, as recorded in a letter sent on board of the company.
Thir CEO Point, Daniel Loeb, has asked the council to dismiss the U.S. company on Monday May 7 Thompson immediately given his “demonstrated inability” to keep flaunting the CEO position. According to Third Point revealed Thursday, Thompson’s resume posted on the Yahoo! website and some documents submitted to the Commission U.S. Securities and Exchange (SEC for its acronym in English) included a degree in computer science does not possess. Loeb claimed the council unveil the details of the selection of Thompson as CEO and, although appreciating its promise to carry out research on the subject, believes that “unfortunately” this measure is “too little” and get “too many months later.” In his opinion, each day that the council continue to allow Thompson to continue as CEO will cause “irreparable harm” in the culture of Yahoo as it has the “minimum qualifications” to serve as directors of the company. Also, do not retain any credibility with all graduate engineers from the company that do have computer training.