Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 54380
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5/3     Scott Thompson. BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA:
        \_ It doesn't matter if he has a real CS degree or not. The fact
           of the matter is, he didn't go a real college.       -berkeleyan
        \_ In case, like me, you had no idea why this was relevant:
        \_ I did not have a sexual relationship with that woman, Miss Stonehill College
        \_ I did not have a sexual relationship with that woman, Miss
           Stonehill College
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Visa formed to oversee global technology for the organization. As executive vice president of technology solutions at Inovant, he was responsible for all development, support and maintenance of Visa's global payment system. announced that Thompson would be taking over as their CEO. In early April, Thompson announced and executed a plan to fire 2,000 of his 14,000 employees at Yahoo!.
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story&layout=button_count&show_faces=true&width=135&action=rec ommend&font&colorscheme=light&height=21 Scott Thompson Yahoo confirmed that Scott Thompson's credentials incorrectly stated that he holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from Stonehill College in recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, calling it in an "inadvertent error." The biographical discrepancy was initially pointed out by New York hedge fund manager Daniel Loeb of Third Point, which holds a 58% stake in Yahoo. On Friday, Third Point sent a letter to the Yahoo board of directors, calling the response "insulting to shareholders" and "the height of arrogance," demanding punitive action by Monday. "Mr Thompson and the Board should make no mistake: this is a big deal," the letter said. In the past, other companies have suspended or fired executives who lied on their resumes. The board did say in its statement that it would "review" the situation and make an "appropriate disclosure to shareholders." The company remained supportive of Thompson in its statement. "This in no way alters that fact that Mr Thompson is a highly qualified executive with a successful track record leading large consumer technology companies," Yahoo said. "Under Mr Thompson's leadership, Yahoo is moving forward to grow the company and drive shareholder value." Thompson actually has only an accounting degree from Stonehill College, which is also listed in the SEC filing. Different instances of the obfuscation have been popping up online. The program page describes Thompson as having received a degree in accounting and computer science. In the audio snippet, cued up on the AllThingsD story, Thomson says that the best part of his "background is, if you work in technology, you're trained to solve problems." He goes on to say that his training has equipped him to examine and dissect "very complex things." "And that's really the background that I have and it started back in my college days, and I think that's really the wonderful part thing of being an engineer is you think that way." Thomson goes on to say, "And we love hiring very bright engineers because we're asking them to do what they do best." While he doesn't outright call himself an engineer, as he goes on to talk about the engineers Yahoo hires, he does not correct the interviewer when she said he held a degree in both accounting and computer science. Discussion FAQ DarcyTheCensor at 2:00 AM May 05, 2012 Yahoo confirms misleading info, US Marshals however continue to deny misleading info. com/5ww5u9d joliver6161 at 1:38 PM May 04, 2012 purportedly Scott also gave training seminars on the playing the rusty trumpet get down well! JD Horwitz at 1:34 PM May 04, 2012 " He goes on to say that his training has equipped him to examine and dissect "very complex things." Comments are filtered for language and registration is required. The Times makes no guarantee of comments' factual accuracy. Readers may report inappropriate comments by clicking the Report Abuse link next to a comment. Videos Advertisement Cinco de Mayo: Holiday history lost in marketing Despite the mariachis, tequila and folkloric dances, Cinco de Mayo is celebrated... Despite the mariachis, tequila and folkloric dances, Cinco de Mayo is celebrated more in the US than Mexico. The holidaycommemorates the defeat of the French at the 1862 Battle of Puebla. Straight from the comic books, an engineer is developing technology to make x-ray vision a real thing.