Meg Whitman has acquired a great Fortune, serving as the CEO of HP! What's Her Net Worth, Salary & Education?

By: Brooklyn Taylor  |   | 
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Meg Whitman, a President, and CEO of multinational IT company have accumulated an incredible fortune from her business profession. Presently, she holds huge net worth measure of $2.6 billion.

She began her business career in 1979 by working as Brand Manager at multinational consumer goods company ‘Procter & Gamble Co.’. After working for quite a long time in the organization, she started serving as a consultant at San Francisco-based office of 'Bain and Company'. In the year 1989, she was designated as Vice President of Strategic Planning Office at 'The Walt Disney Company'.

Her real professional journey began when she joined e-commerce organization 'eBay Inc.' in 1998. When she was enlisted as CEO, the company went on to achieve a splendid yearly income of $8 billion. During her work tenure as CEO, she rolled out a few improvements in the management team of the organization which ended up being helpful for the organization in future.

In September 2005 she purchased Skype for $4.1 billion in cash and stock. In November 2007 she gave resignation as CEO of the organization. However, in spite of leaving the company, she kept on staying as a board member and as an advisor to the CEO John Donahoe.

After leaving eBay Inc., Meg started the new business venture as one of the Board of directors of information technology organization 'Hewlett-Packard Company'. On 22nd September 2011, she held the obligation as CEO of the organization. She is still filling in the position and is settling on as the best choice for the organization.

Meg Whitman has, without a doubt, aggregated an incredible fortune from committing numerous years in American business world. At the beginning of 2017, Meg Whitman held the net worth of $2.6 billion in 2017, becoming one of the most successful female business moguls.


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