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CNNMoney: HP should stand for 'Help, Please!'updated: Tue Mar 27 2012 07:06:00

HP stands for Hewlett-Packard. Shareholders can be forgiven if they thought it stood for "Help, Please!"

CNNMoney: PC slump kills HP and Dell's bottom linesupdated: Wed Feb 22 2012 16:20:00

Maybe HP wants to rethink that whole "we're not getting rid of the PC" decision?

CNNMoney: Time for a leadership change at RIMupdated: Thu Dec 15 2011 09:44:00

When she stepped down as CEO of eBay in early 2008 after a decade, Meg Whitman said it was time for a new voice at the ecommerce company.

CNNMoney: HP profit plunges but investors cheer Whitmanupdated: Mon Nov 21 2011 18:16:00

Hewlett Packard had a miserable autumn. As winter approaches, new CEO Meg Whitman hopes the bulbs the company is now planting will help the tech giant sprout new, lasting growth in the coming months and years.

CNNMoney: HP: Nowhere to go but up?updated: Fri Nov 18 2011 14:51:00

I started the week with a column about IBM, so it's only fitting that I end the week with a piece about a company I like to call IBM Lite. Or "Little Blue," if you will.

CNNMoney: HP CEO Meg Whitman's salary: $1updated: Fri Sep 30 2011 11:37:00

Hewlett-Packard's new CEO, Meg Whitman, will receive an annual salary of $1. Meanwhile, her ousted predecessor, Léo Apotheker, is walking out the door with nearly $10 million cash in severance and bonuses.

CNNMoney: HP fends off accusations of dysfunctionupdated: Fri Sep 23 2011 05:41:00

Hewlett-Packard's chairman of the board and new CEO aggressively defended the company's management late Thursday after coming under attack for making yet another controversial leadership decision.

CNNMoney: HP CEO Apotheker fired, replaced by Meg Whitmanupdated: Thu Sep 22 2011 18:16:00

Hewlett-Packard's board on Thursday ousted CEO Leo Apotheker after just 11 months on the job, replacing him with Meg Whitman.

How Meg Whitman spent a fortune -- and lostupdated: Wed Nov 03 2010 11:40:00

On a day that millions of Americans in other parts of the country turned the electoral map red by electing a sea of Republicans, California voters stayed true blue and kept doing what they usually do on Election Day -- elect Democrats.

Politically correct eating on the campaign trailupdated: Thu Oct 28 2010 11:43:00

Between now and Election Day, candidates for public office will remind us how impossible it is to separate politicking from eating. Food is everywhere on the campaign trail. Large-scale dinners raise millions of dollars for candidates. Empty pizza boxes litter campaign offices, reminders of the power of pepperoni to fuel volunteers' efforts.

Quick shots: Get ready for a GOP waveupdated: Thu Oct 28 2010 10:09:00

Editor's note: There are five days to go before voters cast ballots in the hotly contested midterm elections. In this special feature, CNN's political contributors share their quick thoughts on what's making news.

Quick shots: Two cents, the 'silly week'updated: Mon Oct 25 2010 13:46:00

Editor's note: In eight days, voters will cast ballots in the hotly contested midterm elections. In this special feature, CNN's political contributors share their quick thoughts on what's making news.

Campaign Circus: Is a wig a campaign contribution?updated: Fri Oct 22 2010 13:13:00

As Election Day gets closer, the rhetoric gets more intense, interesting and, shall we say, passionate. Here are some things that you might have missed.

Quick shots: California dreamin' in 2010updated: Mon Oct 18 2010 09:41:00

Editor's note: There are 15 days to go before voters cast ballots in the hotly contested midterm elections. In this special feature, CNN's political contributors share their quick thoughts on what's making news.

Letting bygones be bygones, Bill Clinton stumps for former rivalupdated: Sat Oct 16 2010 10:32:00

Talk about burying the hatchet. When former President Bill Clinton turned out to rally for California Democratic gubernatorial nominee Jerry Brown on Friday night, the former rivals hugged and made up. Really, they embraced.

Why the California governor race mattersupdated: Sat Oct 16 2010 10:32:00

American Morning's Kiran Chetry talks to Joe Hagan with New York Magazine about the upcoming California governors race.

Don't pigeonhole Hispanic votersupdated: Fri Oct 08 2010 13:34:00

There have been a number of stories recently about California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman, her former housekeeper (an illegal immigrant) and the possible electoral fallout.

California governor candidates spar over 'whore' remarkupdated: Fri Oct 08 2010 13:19:00

The California governor's race has devolved into a skirmish over the word "whore."

Whitman: Allegations based on liesupdated: Fri Oct 08 2010 13:19:00

Gloria Allred said she has proof that Meg Whitman knew more about her housekeeper's citizenship than she is revealing.

CEO Whitman flunks home economicsupdated: Thu Oct 07 2010 09:54:00

Now that she has cluttered a controversy over an undocumented housekeeper by making excuses, refusing to admit mistakes and blaming opponents for her troubles, Meg Whitman needs to go on eBay and buy a clue.

Fmr. housekeeper 'not anyone's puppet'updated: Thu Oct 07 2010 09:54:00

Meg Whitman's former housekeeper responds to allegations that she is part of a scandal orchestrated by the opposition.

Whitman's husband says it's 'possible' he saw Social Security letterupdated: Fri Oct 01 2010 02:41:00

The husband of Meg Whitman, California's Republican nominee for governor, said "it was possible" he saw a 2003 letter that questioned his housekeeper's Social Security number, but he insisted it did not make him suspect she was an undocumented worker.

Meg Whitman: This is a smear attackupdated: Thu Sep 30 2010 17:50:00

California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman defends firing her housekeeper after hearing she was an illegal immigrant.

Meg Whitman offers to take polygraph test on maid chargesupdated: Thu Sep 30 2010 17:50:00

Meg Whitman, California's Republican nominee for governor, denied Thursday ever seeing a letter from the federal government questioning her former housekeeper's Social Security number.

Immigrant's abuse claims against Whitman rock California raceupdated: Wed Sep 29 2010 19:08:00

The hot-button issue of illegal immigration erupted in the California race for governor Wednesday as a Mexican housekeeper once employed by GOP nominee Meg Whitman alleged that she had been "exploited, disrespected, humiliated and emotionally and financially abused" by the former eBay CEO.

Take politics back from the extremesupdated: Thu Jun 24 2010 17:15:00

Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina grabbed the headlines out of California's primary vote last week. But the most important decision California voters made had nothing to do with nominating two technology industry CEOs to run for governor and senator.

Whitman, Fiorina pander on immigrationupdated: Thu Jun 10 2010 12:08:00

California Republicans Carly Fiorina and Meg Whitman probably hope Latinos -- who make up 20 percent of voters in the state -- have long fuses and short memories.

No new dawn for women in politicsupdated: Wed Jun 09 2010 16:25:00

Today's newspapers, websites, and cable news programs imply that yesterday's election results signal remarkable progress for women in politics.

Women sweep high-profile races in Tuesday primariesupdated: Wed Jun 09 2010 10:01:00

Sen. Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas won the Democratic primary Tuesday, beating back a challenge from Lt. Gov. Bill Halter, whose campaign was fueled by unions and liberal activists.

Meg Whitman wins in California primaryupdated: Wed Jun 09 2010 08:05:00

Former eBay CEO Meg Whitman wins the Republican nomination for governor in California.

GOP picks two women to head California ticketupdated: Wed Jun 09 2010 08:05:00

California Republicans nominated two women Tuesday to lead their political ticket in November, bringing an end to two bruising GOP primary battles for governor and Senate.

In today's votes, the center's under fireupdated: Tue Jun 08 2010 18:43:00

On Tuesday, 12 states will turn out to vote in primaries -- settling the midterm general election slates for one-quarter of the USA, stretching from the East Coast to the West.

Lincoln: 'I'm a Democrat'updated: Tue Jun 08 2010 18:43:00

Sen. Blanche Lincoln speaks with CNN's Dana Bash about her tough primary race.

California leads nation in wacky politicsupdated: Fri Mar 26 2010 08:13:00

California is referred to as a bellwether, a state that produces social trends and political movements that spread throughout the country.

Anti-Whitman Web site turns to public for dirtupdated: Wed Mar 10 2010 08:19:00

Democrats opposed to Meg Whitman's gubernatorial campaign are hoping to get an assist from the public in their latest bid to push voters away from the Republican candidate.

Can tech geeks be politicians?updated: Mon Sep 28 2009 10:28:00

A former eBay CEO runs for governor in California.

Can tech personalities break into politics?updated: Mon Sep 28 2009 10:28:00

Ronald Reagan and Arnold Schwarzenegger have both done it. So did astronaut John Glenn and basketball great Bill Bradley. Even Jesse Ventura was able to capitalize on a wrestling career as a way to leap into the political ring.

Fortune: Can Meg Whitman save California?updated: Mon Mar 16 2009 06:00:00

It's been barely a month since Meg Whitman declared that she was running for governor of California, and the skewers are already out. The state's press has cast her as a political novice. Late-night comics are loving this notion of eBay's former CEO in charge of America's largest state. "Well, that makes sense," said Jay Leno. "I mean, the state's broke. If we're going to start selling stuff, who better to be governor than the head of eBay?"

Fortune: 'Study McCain and do the opposite'updated: Mon Mar 16 2009 05:55:00

About a year ago I heard that my book "Politics Lost" had become a hot item on John McCain's presidential campaign bus. Meg Whitman, who was advising McCain on economic matters, was recommending it to everyone. I was, of course, flattered. And it sort of stood to reason: I had celebrated McCain's maverick 2000 run for the presidency in the book. And McCain seemed to embody the message of "Politics Lost": Be yourself. Don't let consultants talk you out of taking impolitic positions if you really believe in them. Don't be afraid to take a position or two that might be unpopular with the public - it will give you credibility, ballast, a hint of courage.

Fortune: The new Valley Girlsupdated: Mon Jan 26 2009 11:27:00

The clock has just struck seven on a Thursday night, and Sheryl Sandberg is networking furiously. Not on Facebook, the site she joined in March as COO and where she boasts 1,114 "friends." No, she's doing it the old-fashioned way, in her Atherton, Calif., living room. She hosts her Silicon Valley soirees a few times a year, and it's always the A-list crowd. On this particular evening the group includes the new head of eBay North America, the manager of Google's ad-selling platforms, and well-known tech bankers and venture capitalists. It's a high-wattage, high-powered group. Oh, and there's one other thing: All those attending are women.

Fortune: Is Skype on sale at eBay?updated: Wed Oct 15 2008 13:54:00

In its mere five years of existence the word "Skype" has taken on an unusual dual meaning in the Internet world - known equally as a stunningly successful example of consumer adoption and a dealmaking flop of multibillion-dollar proportions.

FSB: EBay's Whitman for governor? Not quite yet ...updated: Mon Jun 09 2008 15:40:00

Barely two months after Meg Whitman vacated the CEO position at eBay after a 10-year run, the executive's supporters are eager to see her step into a new power-broker role.

CNN Student News: Profiles in Women's Historyupdated: Wed Mar 05 2008 22:06:00

The following profiles feature prominent women in the fields of politics, law, sports, science and business.

CNNMoney: Stocks resume advanceupdated: Thu Jan 24 2008 09:32:00

U.S. stocks continued climbing at the start of trading Thursday, following up on the prior session's late-day surge.

CNNMoney: eBay's Whitman out; guidance hurtsupdated: Wed Jan 23 2008 18:27:00

EBay announced Wednesday that, as expected, chief executive Meg Whitman will be stepping down on March 31st.

Fortune: eBay's growing painsupdated: Wed Oct 10 2007 11:42:00

It's not a social networking site and it no longer gets the buzz of, say, Google, but eBay has quietly grown to become a giant.

CNNMoney: eBay reports strong profits, salesupdated: Wed Jul 18 2007 06:39:00

Online auctioneer eBay on Wednesday reported second-quarter profits and sales that beat Wall Street's estimates, boosted by its auctions and PayPal payment businesses.

CNNMoney: Ebay CEO sees benefits from spending slowdownupdated: Wed May 23 2007 14:15:00

Even though Wal-Mart and eBay share much of the same customer base, eBay CEO Meg Whitman said Wednesday that she's not worried that record-high gas prices and the housing slump pose any significant threats to the company's business.

Fortune: J.C. Penney's Catherine West Named One of FORTUNE's 50 Most Powerful Womenupdated: Thu Oct 19 2006 17:07:00

Catherine West, EVP, Chief Operating Officer of J.C. Penney, ranks No. 46 on Fortune's 2006 list of 50 Most Powerful Women.

Fortune: Eli Lilly's Deirdre Connelly Named One of FORTUNE's 50 Most Powerful Womenupdated: Thu Oct 19 2006 13:43:00

Deirdre Connelly, President, Lilly USA of Eli Lilly, ranks No. 43 on Fortune's 2006 list of 50 Most Powerful Women.

Fortune: Safeco's Paula Rosput Reynolds Named One of FORTUNE's 50 Most Powerful Womenupdated: Thu Oct 19 2006 12:45:00

Paula Rosput Reynolds, CEO and President of Safeco, ranks No. 40 on Fortune's 2006 list of 50 Most Powerful Women.

Fortune: Hearst Magazines's Cathleen Black Named One of FORTUNE's 50 Most Powerful Womenupdated: Thu Oct 19 2006 12:21:00

Cathleen Black, President of Hearst Magazines, ranks No. 38 on Fortune's 2006 list of 50 Most Powerful Women.

Fortune: Avon's Andrea Jung Named One of FORTUNE's 50 Most Powerful Womenupdated: Thu Oct 12 2006 10:12:00

Andrea Jung, Chairman and CEO of Avon, ranks No. 7 on Fortune's 2006 list of 50 Most Powerful Women.

Fortune: eBay's Meg Whitman Named One of FORTUNE's 50 Most Powerful Womenupdated: Tue Oct 10 2006 14:35:00

Meg Whitman, CEO and President of eBay, ranks No. 3 on Fortune's 2006 list of 50 Most Powerful Women.

Fortune: Xerox's Anne Mulcahy Named One of FORTUNE's 50 Most Powerful Womenupdated: Tue Oct 10 2006 14:25:00

Anne Mulcahy, Chairman and CEO of Xerox, ranks No. 2 on Fortune's 2006 list of 50 Most Powerful Women.

Fortune: Building eBay 2.0updated: Thu Oct 05 2006 18:12:00

Meg Whitman is waiting in her personal meeting room at eBay's headquarters in San Jose, otherwise known as the Blondie room. It is eBay's corny tradition for a top manager's peers, or, in her case,...

Fortune: 50 Most Powerful Women in Business 2006: Highest paidupdated: Thu Oct 05 2006 10:29:00

1. Safra Catz President and CFO Oracle (ORCL) 2005 Total compensation: $26.1 million Note: Total compensation includes annualized base salary, bonuses, the present value of option grants (calculated by Equilar using the Black-Scholes formula as of the grant date), restricted stock awards, long-term incentive-plan payouts, and other compensation as disclosed in company proxies. Equilar Inc. of San Mateo, Calif., prepared the chart by looking at companies with more than $1 billion in revenues that filed proxies as of Sept. 1.

CNNMoney: 10 Best-paid executives: They're all menupdated: Tue Oct 03 2006 16:26:00

Corporate women made impressive strides in 2006, taking charge at a slew of giant companies, and bringing in big paychecks to boot.

CNNMoney: eBay's new fees incite furyupdated: Tue Aug 22 2006 10:39:00

With more than $45 billion in yearly gross merchandise sales, eBay's virtual marketplace has attracted many small business owners who have traded in their brick and mortar shops for the virtual marketplace.

CNNMoney: eBay posts lower profitupdated: Wed Apr 19 2006 16:05:00

Online auctioneer eBay Inc. posted lower quarterly earnings Wednesday, sending shares down 5 percent in after-hours trading.

Profiles in Women's Historyupdated: Tue Feb 28 2006 14:59:00

The following profiles feature prominent women in the fields of politics, law, sports, science and business.

Fortune: Women Who Call the Shotsupdated: Mon Nov 14 2005 00:01:00

Log on for more about the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business:

Fortune: Hall of Fameupdated: Mon Nov 14 2005 00:01:00

CALL THEM the Big Eight. Of the 50 women on the power list, only these highfliers are at the very top of their companies--as chair or CEO. By order of ranking, they are Meg Whitman, eBay; Anne Mulc...

CNNMoney: Don't mess with Megupdated: Mon Oct 31 2005 09:18:00

Meg rules again.

Fortune: THE NET'S NEW ODD COUPLE updated: Mon Oct 03 2005 00:01:00

EVEN FOR A BUSINESS BUILT AROUND oddball purchases, the decision by eBay to acquire the free voice-over-Internet company Skype--for as much as $4.1 billion--in mid-September appears at first to be ...

Fortune: Jack Ma's new job: Drive Meg Whitman crazy!updated: Mon Sep 05 2005 00:01:00

If you listen to Jack Ma, China's hyperbolic honcho of the Internet (and it's difficult not to), you would think that eBay CEO Meg Whitman is shacked up in Shanghai, struggling to salvage her busin...

Money Magazine: EBay's on Sale. Time to Make a Bid?updated: Fri Jul 01 2005 00:01:00

what the bulls say

CNNMoney: eBay's on sale. Time to make a bid?updated: Mon Jun 13 2005 11:04:00

Will eBay shares soon be fetching less than the kitschy trinkets for sale on the popular auction site? Slowing revenue growth in the U.S. and big investments abroad have investors worried. But with sentiment so negative -- shares have plunged almost 40 percent this year -- this looks like a good time to buy for the long haul.

CNNMoney: eBay: Buy it Now!updated: Thu Mar 31 2005 09:19:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - eBay had a pretty rough first quarter...and that's putting it mildly. Shares, once thought to be the safest play among Internet companies, plunged 35 percent.

CNNMoney: Critics: Disney CEO search 'disgraceful'updated: Thu Mar 17 2005 13:56:00

Former Walt Disney Co. board members and long-time company critics Roy E. Disney and Stanley P. Gold wrote a scathing critique about the Disney board's just-concluded search for a CEO to replace Michael Eisner, published in Thursday's Los Angeles Times.

Business 2.0: The World According to eBayupdated: Sat Jan 01 2005 00:01:00

What is it about Frank Oltscher that makes him a dream customer for eBay chief executive Meg Whitman and her managers? He's an avid trader—he's even bought a marble fireplace online—but that doesn'...

Fortune: EBAY'S MANAGEMENT MERRY-GO-ROUNDupdated: Mon Dec 27 2004 00:01:00

MEG WHITMAN IS FOND OF SAYING that good personnel decisions are about finding the right person for the right job at the right time. Her recent decision to re-pot three senior managers in the eBay g...

Business 2.0: How to Succeed in 2005updated: Wed Dec 01 2004 00:01:00

Ralph Waldo Emerson once famously called consistency "the hobgoblin of little minds." But we'd like to think that's because he never had the chance to meet the folks on the pages that follow—big br...

Fortune: AN UPSTART TAKES ON MIGHTY EBAYupdated: Mon Nov 15 2004 00:01:00

CHINESE INTERNET ENTREPRENEUR Jack Ma is a small man with elfin features. It's easier to imagine a stiff wind blowing him across the surface of West Lake, the main tourist attraction in his hometow...

Fortune: GOD AND MAN AT HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOLupdated: Mon Nov 01 2004 00:01:00

THE HARVARD BUSINESS School class of '79, which gathered recently for its 25th reunion and invited FORTUNE along, is as star-studded as B-school classes come. It has eBay's Meg Whitman, Enron's Jef...

CNNMoney: eBay tops forecastsupdated: Wed Oct 20 2004 15:08:00

eBay reported third-quarter sales and earnings on Wednesday that beat Wall Street expectations.

Fortune: eBay's Secretupdated: Mon Oct 18 2004 00:01:00

MEG WHITMAN IS ON THE LAST LAP OF A two-day, if-it's-noon-it-must-be-Rotterdam investor road show. She's pitched eBay's global growth to six rapt audiences in three Dutch cities in eight hours. As ...

Fortune: EDITOR'S DESKupdated: Mon Oct 18 2004 00:01:00

Pattie Sellers's title is editor at large. Here's what she really is: schmoozer-in-chief. Pattie knows everybody, and her incessant networking--jargon for old-fashioned reporting--makes her a fount...

Fortune: Who's Up? Who's Down? And is that a new No. 1?updated: Mon Oct 18 2004 00:01:00

WHAT? NO CARLY AT NO. 1? IT'S TRUE. FOR THE first time since we introduced our 50 Most Powerful Women in Business list way back in 1998, Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina doesn't top the list. 2004...

Fortune: 15 Highest Paid updated: Mon Oct 18 2004 00:01:00

IS SHE POWERFUL BECAUSE SHE'S HIGHLY PAID, OR HIGHLY paid because she's powerful? This year we again asked the compensation experts at Equilar to calculate the total value of last year's pay packag...

CNNMoney: eBay CEO tops Fortune women's listupdated: Mon Oct 04 2004 08:23:00

Meg Whitman, CEO of online auction Web site eBay, toppled Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina from the title of the corporate world's most powerful woman, according to a new ranking by Fortune magazine.

Fortune: Brainstorm 2004updated: Mon Aug 23 2004 00:01:00

Freaked out about China becoming the world's largest economy? Relax--you just need some perspective. "China was the world's biggest economy in the 1820s," says Goldman Sachs managing director Rober...

Fortune: CEOs Went Wild, And So Did This Authorupdated: Mon May 17 2004 00:01:00

Imagine, if you will, a supermarket tabloid like, say, the Weekly World News--but devoted exclusively to business celebs, with headlines like SCIENTISTS SAY LARRY ELLISON IS A SPACE ALIEN! and MEG ...

Fortune: Disney's Board Game Under pressure, the Mouse House board must pick Eisner's successor and defend its new chairman.updated: Mon Mar 22 2004 00:01:00

Michael Eisner has been rebuked by his own shareholders, scorned by Wall Street, and beaten up in the press. He is fighting both a takeover bid from Comcast and a dissident ex-director named Disney...

Fortune: 5 There's No Stopping Ebay CEO Whitman's international and big-business plans mean big bucks for the aucupdated: Mon Feb 23 2004 00:01:00

In autumn 2000, as net stocks were in free fall, Meg Whitman announced to a skeptical Wall Street an audacious goal: eBay would ring up $3 billion in revenues by the end of 2005--a sevenfold expan...

Fortune: Hung up on Frank Frank Quattrone's mistrial says more about the Valley than the man.updated: Mon Nov 10 2003 00:01:00

The obstruction of justice trial of Frank Quattrone, the preeminent investment banker of the Internet era, ended with a hung jury in late October. That is the story of the IPO frenzy in a nutshell:...

Fortune: Power: Do Women Really Want It? That's the surprising question more of them are asking when they ponder top jobs updated: Mon Oct 13 2003 00:01:00

Ann Fudge is a Harvard Business School alum, General Electric board member, wife, mother, grandmother, globetrotter, public service advocate, former star executive at Kraft Foods, and--following a ...

Business 2.0: Growth Dispenser For five years, Meg Whitman has kept eBay booming. Can she maintain the go-go pace?updated: Wed Oct 01 2003 00:01:00

Only one of last year's top 10 fastest-growing companies stayed on the list. Guess who.

Fortune: Meg And The Machine Unstoppable eBay is No. 8 among FORTUNE's Fastest-Growing Companies. But driving this train updated: Mon Sep 01 2003 00:01:00

It's a drizzly, steamy mid-July morning in Berlin, and the executives of eBay Germany are presenting their hearts out. In an un-air-conditioned conference room, the half-dozen young German managers...

Fortune: Editor's Deskupdated: Mon Sep 01 2003 00:01:00

Don't be fooled by the bathrobe (one of the perks of working at home): When it comes to writing on business and the law, nobody ranges wider or probes deeper than Roger Parloff. A former criminal l...

Business 2.0: Are You Wearing Too Many Hats? How specializing can help you succeed. Plus: Do you know when it's OK to break updated: Tue Jul 01 2003 00:01:00

Q Do I have a better chance of making it to the executive suite as a generalist or as a specialist?

Fortune: First-class Reunionupdated: Mon May 26 2003 00:01:00

Judging from the guests at Procter & Gamble's alumni gathering, the business world is run by Proctoids. GE's Jeff Immelt, 3M's Jim McNerney, and eBay's Meg Whitman were among 350 former P&G employe...

Fortune: How Can A Dot-Com Be This Hot? eBay is growing 72% a year. Wall Street is wild about the stock. So what's the updated: Mon Jan 21 2002 00:01:00

Meg Whitman works in an open cubicle. Not one of those cubicles with a view but a real one, with short walls and surfaces piled with paper, wedged tightly between two other people's cubicles. It's ...

Fortune: Meg Whitmanupdated: Mon May 14 2001 00:01:00

The eBay CEO is so old-fashioned. While every other dot-com tanks, Whitman's parties like it's 1999. Last month, eBay's stock shot up 10% the same day the company announced stellar first-quarter re...

Fortune: 6 eBayupdated: Mon Mar 19 2001 00:01:00

Last summer a reporter asked Internet guru Jim Clark for some pithy investment tips about a handful of Internet companies. His recommendations? Sell AOL, buy Microsoft and Amazon.com, and hold Yaho...

Fortune: CEOs Who Manage Too Much At their old FORTUNE 500 companies, they knew how to run the show. But when they take the reins at Inteupdated: Mon Sep 04 2000 00:01:00

Richard Frank is only 20 minutes into the first meeting of the day when he loses his temper. That comes as a surprise to everyone in the room because Frank is not a man given to fits of pique. A 30...

Fortune: These Women Rule Hewlett-Packard's new CEO and president tops FORTUNE's second annual ranking of the 50 updated: Mon Oct 25 1999 00:01:00

When Carly Fiorina was competing to become the new CEO of Hewlett-Packard earlier this year, she stood out not because she was a woman--two of the four finalists were--but because she had never wor...

Fortune: Meg Muscles eBay Uptown Meg Whitman is moving eBay away from Beanie Baby swap meets toward big-ticket, rupdated: Mon Jul 05 1999 00:01:00

On April 20, Meg Whitman, CEO of eBay, found herself in Washington before a group of 210 journalists and guests in the ballroom of the National Press Club. The moderator introduced her by quoting a...

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