The latest news on Fiorina, Carly
A few key elections will help determine who controls Congress.
Couldn't Carly Fiorina and Meg Whitman have put a note in their BlackBerrys about voting?
The California senator is up for re-election to a fourth term in 2010.
The idea that presidential candidates should be able to run corporations is crazy.
The Democrats "Next Cheney" site slams all of those on McCain's potential No. 2 list.
Former H-P boss Carly Fiorina sounds like she wants to be McCain's VP nominee or to serve in his cabinet.
Carly Fiorina: Capital Commerce got it right!
Republican National Committee officials confirmed today that former Hewlett-Packard boss Carly Fiorina is moving in to take over as chair of Victory 2008, the group that raises money and handles the get-out-the-vote operation, including the 72-hour campaign leading up to Election Day.
Mitt Romney can ride around Michigan boasting about his credentials as a successful businessman. He is the former CEO of Bain Capital, a private equity firm. John McCain, who has spent more than two decades in Congress, cannot. But in his bid to defeat Romney here in Michigan, he is trying out the next best option: having another CEO publicly endorse him and speak against his opponent.