Thoughts by Meg Whitman

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Well, California used to be in the dream-making business, and unfortunately
what’s happened I think we’re now in the dream-breaking business.


Regulation is strangling businesses of all sizes in California, and
we’ve got to streamline regulation so it’s easy, not hard. to do business.


I’m not a career politician. I spent 30 years in business. I can tell you
that people in California have had it with career politicians: they are done.

Thoughts by Meg Whitman about Community

eBay had two main things that really spoke to me. It enabled individuals to do things that they could not have done without the Web. The second thing was what Pierre said: “People have met their best friends on eBay. What this has enabled is truly online community.”


Communications is at the heart of e-commerce and community.

Thoughts by Meg Whitman about Country

One good thing about California is we have quite a broad-based economy. We provide more fruits and vegetables and produce to the United States than any other state. So we have actually the single largest agricultural sector in the country.


I think we can be the very best place to start a business, to grow a business, to invent a new technology, to change the world, to change the country. But we’ve got a lot of work to deliver a new California to the people of California.


For me, the international expansion of eBay was the best idea. We are now in 35 countries, and
have a huge global network. The second best one was the acquisition of PayPal – the wallet on eBay.

Thoughts by Meg Whitman about Economy

In my judgment, we have to avoid, at all costs, tax increases. That would be the worst possible thing to do and will make a bad economy even worse. Beyond that, targeted tax relief should be expanded upon.


One good thing about California is we have quite a broad-based economy. We provide more fruits and vegetables and produce to the United States than any other state. So we have actually the single largest agricultural sector in the country.


You know, I think, people of all stripes in California, Republicans, Democrats, conservatives, liberals, frankly, as I have traveled the state, the number one issue is jobs. And they are looking for which candidate can get the economy back on track.


We can’t impede progress in the name of environmental action that yields little for the environment
and even less for our people.. and we should look at the environment as an economic opportunity.

Thoughts by Meg Whitman about Environment

We can’t impede progress in the name of environmental action that yields little for the environment
and even less for our people.. and we should look at the environment as an economic opportunity.

Thoughts by Meg Whitman about Growth

Look at growth, look at how much time people spend on the Net and look at the variety of things that they are doing. It’s all really good, so I am actually encouraged by the fundamentals that underlie usage growth on the Net.


When a small business grows like eBay did, it has a multiplier effect. It creates
other small businesses that supply it with intellectual capital, goods and services.

Thoughts by Meg Whitman about Politicians

Sometimes it’s a little bit like being a politician.
We have work to do in understanding our users sentiments.


Steve Jobs was an iconic entrepreneur and businessman whose impact on technology was felt beyond Silicon Valley. He will be remembered for the innovation he brought to market and the inspiration he brought to the world.


I’m not a career politician. I spent 30 years in business. I can tell you
that people in California have had it with career politicians: they are done.

Thoughts by Meg Whitman about Taxes

In my judgment, we have to avoid, at all costs, tax increases. That would be the worst possible thing to do and will make a bad economy even worse. Beyond that, targeted tax relief should be expanded upon.

Thoughts by Meg Whitman about Technology

What’s sort of interesting about the whole public relations disaster that
is the Net, in some ways, is that the fundamentals are really good.

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