Dropbox filed its S-1 on Friday, revealing ample information about who owns stakes in the $10 billion file sharing company. Among its biggest shareholders are CEO Drew Houston and his co-founder Arash Ferdoswi. Perhaps more surprising...Show More Summary
Call it Meg Whitman’s parting gift. Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. today reported stronger-than-expected revenues and earnings per share in its fiscal first quarter, fueled in roughly equal parts by improved business execution, a strong sales backlog and acquisitions. Show More Summary
The company delivered its first financial report since CEO Meg Whitman stepped down February 1.
Meg Whitman, who stepped down as chief executive of Hewlett Packard Enterprise in November, has been picked to head a new mobile-first media company launched by Hollywood mogul Jeffrey Katzenberg. Whitman will run NewTV, a production company for short-form mobile content. The venture is the first...
Former HPE CEO Meg Whitman, has been named CEO of NewTV, a mobile-centric video company founded by former DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg.
Whitman is set to step down from Hewlett-Packard Enterprise on February 1.
NEW YORK (AP) — Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman, one of the most powerful women in the business world, is being named the new CEO of Jeffrey Katzenberg's NewTV. The "mobile-first media platform" is producing short, Hollywood-style productions for mobile devices, with a run time of 10 minutes or less. Whitman begins in March. Show More Summary
BuzzFeed in going through a big restructuring, especially for its entertainment content. CEO Jonah Peretti says BuzzFeed will experiment less with mid-form content that feels "stuck in the middle." Former HP CEO Meg Whitman just signed...Show More Summary
Meg Whitman will join NewTV, a mobile-first media platform incubated at WndrCo and founded by Jeffrey Katzenberg, as its new chief executive, steering the company as it seeks to bring Hollywood production values and storytelling to mobile devices. "Meg is one of the most accomplished and sought-after executives of our time. Show More Summary
Meg Whitman, the former head of eBay and the departing chief executive of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, is joining Jeffrey Katzenberg’s WndrCo LLC as the first CEO in the media and tech venture’s planned portfolio of companies.
The letter was delivered to Congressional leaders yesterday and signed by some of the most prominent business leaders in the world, including Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg, Meg Whitman, Jeff Bezos, Marc Benioff, Dara Khosrowshahi, and Sheryl Sandberg. Show More Summary
Sacramento is considered one of the favorites to land a new MLS team.
Meg Whitman and her husband Griffith Harsh joined a bid to bring Major League Soccer to Sacramento, California. Sacramento is one of four cities from across the country competing for two expansion franchises. It's a new role for theShow More Summary
New leadership is coming to Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. on February 1 when current Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman steps down and Antonio Neri (HPE’s current president) takes over. At first glance, it would appear that the company...Show More Summary
Meg Whitman’s tenure at Hewlett-Packard was marked by a series of splits and sales that reshaped the storied Silicon Valley company. Now, her successor, Antonio Neri, must take the remnants and reignite innovation.
As HPE Discover EU kicked off this week in Madrid, Spain, the conference discussion was initially focused on the news that Meg Whitman, chief executive officer of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. would be stepping down in February. The...Show More Summary
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Chief Executive Meg Whitman will leave her role in early 2018, the company announced Tuesday. Antonio Neri, HP Enterprise’s current president, will take over Feb. 1. The move marks the end of a turbulent period for the Palo Alto firm, which was restructured under Whitman...
Hewlett Packard shares and its sister company, HP Inc., are trading down sharply in tandem. While HP's results are in some senses more welcome than Hewlett's, the departure of Hewlett Packard CEO Meg Whitman, an unexpected development for many on the sell side, hangs over the discussion today.
Meg Whitman, who plans to retire from the top spot at Hewlett Packard Enterprise in February, said she has no plans to run for elected office. She's not saying no to the possibility for future CEO roles, but also says she may quite simply retire.