eBay CEO Meg Whitman's quest to buy the California governor's seat continues. She just donated another $13 million to her own campaign, bringing her total contribution to $104 million. Her opponent, Jerry Brown, has spent less than $1 million.
Meg Whitman is notorious for staging town hall meetings. But two weeks before we published police reports from her son's felony battery arrest, Meg fielded a question about family members "run[ning] afoul of the law." She evaded it.
Does California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman's violent temper and bullying behavior run in the family? The billionaire ex-eBay CEO's son was charged with felony battery for breaking a woman's ankle after her friend said "Fuck you" and "Fuck your fraternity."
Pushy California gubernatorial candidate and ex-eBay CEO Meg Whitman has given her campaign another $20 million of her personal wealth, bringing the total to $90 million, mostly to win a primary. What is wrong with her?
Former eBay CEO and wannabe California Governor Meg Whitman is known to have some, uh, anger issues. And now The New York Times says "Evil Meg" got physical with one employee in 2007, shoving her over... a Second Life interview?
Meg Whitman spent a staggering $68 million running for California governor, and all that's bought the former eBay chief is a lead down to nine percentage points from 50 points in March. How terribly embarrassing.
Supporters of former presidential candidate Mitt Romney tend to fancy themselves red-blooded capitalists. So it would probably upset them to learn they funded someone else's business, and get none of the profit.
EBay billionaire Meg Whitman takes care of her son. Griff Harsh's internet privacy has been zealously protected, and he had a defacto bodyguard at Princeton. Now Whitman's gubernatorial campaign has rewarded the company that gave delinquent Harsh an unlikely job.
Meg Whitman's sons, Griff and Will Harsh, have been kicked out of prep schools, an eating club, dormitories, and Princeton's class of 2008, say people who know them. One incident involving the n-word is already internet famous.
A defacto bodyguard lived at Princeton with Griff Harsh to assuage the kidnapping fears of his mom, California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman, according to a longtime Gawker commenter close to the university. And the rich kid's suspension? Probably academic.
California gubernatorial candidate and tempestuous eBay billionaire Meg Whitman doesn't use her kids on the trail. Is it because she respects her Ivy League sons' privacy, or because at least one of them is a liability?
Meg Whitman would love to be California's next governor, but now she has to deal with chatter she was called "Evil Meg" by eBay underlings. All it took to sidetrack her campaign was a purportedly chatty staffer and a lawsuit.
Meg Whitman skipped the first major forum of California's gubernatorial candidates to attend Fortune's "Powerful Women" summit. This caused a big to-do. Now Fortune's released its list of powerful women, and guess who's been shut out?
Former eBay CEO Meg Whitman wants to be California's next Governor. But, alas, she can't seem to find time for the good people of California and will be skipping an an upcoming event in Silicon Valley. Um, really?!
Carly Fiorina, the former Hewlett Packard CEO, is thinking of running for a California senate seat. The Republican party is all for it. So it's too bad she hates voting — even worse than other Silicon Valley CEOs.
Former eBay CEO and political neophyte Meg Whitman needs all the help she can get to win the Republican primary in the California governor's race. Surely an endorsement from losing GOP presidential candidate John McCain will give her a leg up on rival Republicans.
Twitter is the ideal medium to express your own idiocy. Dan Abrams denounces the mainstream media which gave birth to his career, a Google-enriched entrepreneur eats its free lunch, and Alan Meckler discovers Twitter: