Anthony Capone, the CEO of DocGo, a firm hired by New York City to handle migrants, has resigned after admitting to lying about his educational record. Capone falsely claimed to have a graduate degree in artificial intelligence from Clarkson University. The company’s $432 million no-bid contract with the city has also come under scrutiny. New York City Comptroller Brad Lander rejected the contract, citing concerns about the company’s expertise and lack of budget detail. DocGo has been accused of providing inaccurate information to migrants and is under investigation by the state attorney general.
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