This has got to be one of the all-time great quotes. When asked about how she plans on dealing with the press, this was Meg Whitman's response:
"Some of these newspapers, as you know better than I, will not be around in the near term."
Her plan is to wait for the newspapers to collapse? Really? While the newspapers aren't in great shape, expecting them to fail between now and next November seems a bit optimistic (or pessimistic for most sane humans). I'm sure all the reporters, and staff of the newspapers will appreciate her anticipation of their job losses.
But hey, she's got a billion or so in her bank account. Why would a few job losses trouble her? After all, she got paid to lay off workers, right?