A self-made person who has a dream or comes up with a great idea--Meg Whitman, say--is good.
With that, McMahon joined Mike Bloomberg and Meg Whitman as CEOs of billion-dollar companies who have pursued high office.
While ultimately losing in blue California, Fiorina lost by a lesser margin than did gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman.
before vowels meg-, word-forming element often meaning "large, great," but in precise scientific language "one million" (megaton, megawatt, etc.), from Greek megas "great, large, vast, big, high, tall; mighty, important" (fem. megale), from PIE *meg- "great" (cf. Latin magnus, Old English micel; see mickle). Mega began to be used alone as an adjective by 1982.
High-speed computer stores 2.5 megabits [headline in "Electronics" magazine, Oct. 1, 1957]
One million (106): megahertz.