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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘False Credentials’

Thompson Leaves Yahoo with No Severance but Makes Millions

As you may recall, Yahoo and CEO Scott Thompson have agreed to part ways as of yesterday. Thompson, who found himself locked in a battle with activist Yahoo investor Dan Loeb and his venture capital firm Third Point, was accused of providing false credentials in his company biography and other official documents. Doing his best to sidestep the issue, Thompson …

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Yahoo Director Resigns After Discovery of False Credentials

The latest development in the Yahoo scandal over false credential is here and this time one of the parties involved has resigned their position. Patti Hart, who was listed in a letter to the board from activist investor Dan Loeb, has agreed to not stand for reelection at the upcoming annual meeting, according to All Things D. Both Hart and …

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Scott Thompson is Sorry About the Disruption

I am sure by now you have heard that the proxy battle between the Yahoo board of directors and activist shareholder Dan Loeb and his firm Third Point has gotten a little ugly for the leadership over at Yahoo. Essentially he caught CEO Scott Thompson and another member of the staff passing off false credentials on their company biographies. To …

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Yahoos Still Stirring About Thompson’s False Credentials

Looking back to last week you’ll probably remember that shareholder activist, Dan Loeb and his investment firm Third Point was stirring the pot big time over at Yahoo. In fact, Loeb is darn right pissed off about the professional path Yahoo has been taking and he has been demanding a seat on the board for some time now. He has …

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Yahoo’s Scott Thompson Accused of False Credentials

As the proxy battle between the Yahoo board of directors and activist shareholder Dan Loeb heats up, new information has come to light that CEO Scott Thompson has some fraudulent credentials. Of course the so called oversight was brought to the Yahoo board’s attention by none other than Loeb himself. On both Yahoo’s website and in their SEC regulatory filings, …

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