It is important to remember that your college transcript follows you for the rest of your life. This was emphasized recently when Time.com reported, "A disgruntled Yahoo shareholder questioned the qualifications and integrity of recently hired CEO Scott Thompson after exposing a misrepresentation about the executive's education." Daniel S. Loeb, the founder of the hedge fund Third Point, sent a letter to the board of Yahoo questioning chief executive, Scott Thompson's credentials. The New York Times reported that Yahoo's website said that Thompson has a "bachelor's in accounting and computer science from Stonehill College." In truth, Thompson has a degree in accounting. Computer science was not offered as a degree at the time Thompson was enrolled. Loeb says this violate Yahoo's code of ethics and accused Yahoo of poor corporate governance. He wrote, "If Mr. Thompson embellished his academic credentials we think that it 1) undermines his credibility as a technology expert and 2) reflects poorly on the character of the C.E.O. who has been tasked with leading Yahoo! at this critical juncture. Now more than ever Yahoo investors need a trustworthy C.E.O." The company statement said, "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. Under Mr. Thompson's leadership, Yahoo! is moving forward to grow the company and drive shareholder value." Yahoo's code of ethics says, "Make sure information we disclose about our company is clear, truthful, and accurate." What do you think?