That Meg Whitman interview, in full

By Felix Salmon
June 15, 2010
That's what seems to have happened after Meg Whitman was unhappy with her PR person's preparation for an interview with Adam Pasick of Reuters.

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Every so often, a reporter gets a glimpse of the enormous amount of behind-the-scenes craziness that goes on in advance of even the most mundane interview. Rarely, however, does it become public that an interview preparation session resulted in a flack storming out of the company, taking the CEO to arbitration, and eventually scoring a six-figure financial settlement. That’s what seems to have happened after eBay CEO Meg Whitman was unhappy with her PR person’s preparation for an interview with Adam Pasick of Reuters.

Of course you want to know how the interview went, so here it is:

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