Ousted Hewlett-Packard chief executive Carly Fiorina is under
consideration to be World Bank president, a Bush administration
official said, adding that no decision has been made.
The New York Times reported she is a "strong candidate" for the
post, which becomes available June 1 after James Wolfensohn, 71,
retires. The administration official, who spoke on the condition of
anonymity, would say only that she’s on a list of possible candidates.
Fiorina declined to comment through her spokeswoman Kathy Fitzgerald.
Let’s hope she does a better job than at HP if she is appointed! A lot more is at stake.