Retiring HPE CEO Meg Whitman has a new goal: Partial owner of a Major League Soccer team (HPE)
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 the tech mogul, who is stepping down from her CEO position at Hewlett Packard Enterprise in February.
Meg Whitman’s got a new gig — helping bring Major League Soccer to Sacramento.
Whitman, the soon-to-retire CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and her husband, Griffith Harsh, have joined a bid to bring MLS to the city of Sacramento. The couple joined the minor league Sacramento Republic Football Club’s …read more
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