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Meg Whitman, ZipCar Join Forces Meg Whitman, ZipCar Join Forces

When Meg Whitman ran for governor she wasn't all that friendly to alternative transit. So why is she teaming up with a carsharing company?

ZipCar has a new heavyweight of corporate America on its board of directors. Meg Whitman took eBay from a $4 million website to an $8 billion retail game changer. She steered strategy at Walt Disney, Proctor and Gamble, and Hasbro before that. Californians are more familiar with her recent failed attempt at the governor's mansion. She ran on a Republican platform that wasn't especially friendly to alternative transit.

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Matt Lauer Challenges California's Gubernatorial Candidates to "Stop the Negative Ads" Opinion: Stop with the "Stop with the Negative Ads"

During this week's debate, Matt Lauer asked Meg Whitman and Jerry Brown to pull their negative ads. It's sounds nice, but it's a silly idea.


During a recent debate in the gubernatorial race in California, Matt Lauer asked Meg Whitman and Jerry Brown if they would both pledge to pull their negative ads from the air during these last few days of the campaign. It made for good television.

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GOOD Voter Guide to California: Controller

Who's running for controller in California, and what you need to know about them.

Over the course of the next two weeks, we will be publishing primers about the important items on the ballot in California as part of our GOOD Voter Guide.

Controller is California’s CFO, the “state’s independent financial watchdog” over government use of tax dollars. Accounts for state government income and spending and guides local government.

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