cross-referenced news and research resources about

 Carleton S. Fiorina

Carleton S. Fiorina, also known as: Carly Fiorina, Cara Carelton S. Fiorina

From 1999 through 2005, Carleton (Carly) Fiorina (born 1955) was president and chief executive officer of Hewlett- Packard Company, a leading provider of computers, software, peripherals, and computer services worldwide. She has had nearly twenty years of experience in the telecommunications industry and is dedicated to growing HP's Internet services operations. Fiorina began her career in the early 1980s as sales representative for AT&T where she eventually held several senior positions. She led Lucent's 1996 IPO (initial public offering) and then spin-off from AT&T which was one of the most successful IPOs of all time. From 1997 to 1999 she served as president of Lucent's Global Service Provider Business, which was the largest and fastest-growing division under her leadership. She was named president and chief executive officer of HP in 1999.

Fiorina is the first woman to run a Dow 30 company. Fortune magazine named Fiorina one of the most powerful women in American business for two years in a row.

She is a member of the board of directors for Merck & Company and for the Kellogg Company, and she was elected to the U.S. China Board of Trade.

She was born in 1955, the daughter of a law professor. She graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor's degree in medieval history and philosophy. She received a master's degree in business administration from the University of Maryland at College Park and a Master of Science degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School. She is married to husband Frank, who is retired from AT&T.

In 2015 she announced her candidacy for the Republican nomination for president of the United States.

Carly Fiorina
Carly Fiorina
images:  google   yahoo YouTube



     carleton s. fiorina

business people:
     alex vanselow
     alfred sirven
     allan m. holt
     amelia fawcett
     amy domini
     andrea jung
     anne mulcahy
     arms merchants
     arthur levitt
     bernard ebbers
     bill gates
     bob j. perry
     carleton s. fiorina
     charles koch
     christina gold
     christine poon
     clara furse
     conrad black
     craig newmark
     david lesar
     david o'reilly
     dawn hudson
     donald trump
     eleana benador
     ely calil
     fund managers
     gail berman
     gary cohen
     gary winnick
     gene w. ray
     george david
     george soros
     george yates
     haim saban
     howard hughes
     jack valenti
     james mulva
     jamie dimon
     jenny ming
     john rigas
     john sperling
     kate swann
     kathleen cox
     ken lay
     kenneth lerer
     larry flint
     lee raymond
     lester crown
     linda dillman
     lois quam
     louis boccardi
     marc rich
     marc weisberg
     mark thatcher
     mary sammons
     maurice strong
     meg whitman
     michael dell
     michael gross
     mitchell wade
     myrtle potter
     pug winokur
     ray lee hunt
     richard cohen
     roger ailes
     roland betts
     ronald sugar
     ross pillari
     rupert murdoch
     scott richter
     scott sullivan
     sly bailey
     steve jobs
     ted turner
     tim ryan
     timothy rigas
     ursula burns
     val gooding
     vivienne cox
     warren buffet
     william conway
     william franke