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In 2012, Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson was forced to leave the job after just four months, because he lied on his CV.
Thompson claimed he has a degree in computer science, which he didn’t.
Despite landing a job as CEO of Shoprunner soon after his Yahoo departure, Thompson risks being remembered in tech as the guy who lied on his resume.
The former head of the International Monetary Fund was set to be tried on charges of pimping last year, finishing off a long inquiry into his infamous sex parties.
Dubbed The Carlton affair, named after a hotel in Lille, the case involved sex parties that Strauss-Kahn had admitted attending.
However, he said he was not aware that the women participating were in fact prostitutes.
In French law, pimping is determined as crime that can encompass aiding or encouraging prostitution. Strauss-Kahn had to quit his role as IMF head in 2011 after accusations of raping a maid in New York. The charge was later dropped. Later still Strass-Kahn settled a civil suit for a reported $1m.