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A new report claims that Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson, who was named to the top spot in January, will reportedly resign his position after the discovery that Thompson's public resume contained errors.
Yahoo has announced it has created a special committee that will make a "thorough review" of the academic resume of its current CEO Scott Thompson, following work that his bio contained errors.
As expected, Dan Loeb of investment firm Third Point is demanding Yahoo's board reveal the records pertaining to the hiring of its most recent CEO Scott Thompson.
Dan Loeb, a shareholder in Yahoo, is demanding that the company's board fire its recently appointed CEO Scott Thompson after discovering that Thompson's public resume contained errors.
After last month's announcement that it would lay off 2000 workers, Yahoo's CEO has outlined further plans to restructure the company, admitting that it has "been doing way too much" in recent years.
Yahoo has finally picked a new CEO in the person of former PayPal president Scott Thompson. Thompson replaces Carol Bartz in the Yahoo CEO role who was unceremoniously fired in September.