Meg Whitman, the lady that was the force majeure at eBay in making it the biggest, bestest site in the entire world, is stepping down, heeding her own advice that a CEO should never stay at a company more than 10 years.
It may not really mean much to the antiques industry, any more than what he’s already meant, but an awful lot of us can point to her vision as the reason that we make a decent living, or supplement our day jobs. She is to be thanked for taking Web commerce to the next level.
It should be noted that iCommerce has slowed a bit in recent years, but that is across the boards as the lessons gleaned from eBay’s rise have filtered down into the broader marketplace(s).
Here’s to you, Meg! Best of luck for the future. Click on the link above to read the article.