Coming to you with a mid-week column, as Tom and I just got off the phone with Meg Whitman, who was talking about her surprise decision to become CEO of a short-form video startup in Los Angeles.
Yup, that Meg Whitman. The outgoing CEO of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, which came out of a $22 billion split she orchestrated as the company struggled to be relevant in a world of cloud computing. The failed candidate for California governor. The executive who flirted with Uber but who pulled out or was passed over (it depends who you ask).