Try again Monte and I doubt the AP is being partisan. It was a nice try on your behalf. Not even Jimmy Carter has 330 requests in any small time span. Moreover reading the link gives a couple of specifics.
By the end of January 2011, Clinton had mingled with top Barclays clients at a private dinner in Davos, Switzerland, and at a conference in Singapore — and collected $650,000 in fees for his work.
The State Department's scrutiny, which went beyond the standard ethics requirements for all federal officials, was a voluntary process agreed to by both Clintons to avoid "even the appearance of a conflict of interest," according to a January 2009 memo sent by David Kendall, Bill Clinton's personal lawyer, to Jim Thessin, who oversaw the vetting in the State Department. Clinton's office agreed to provide the names of organizations hosting the former president at least 14 days before the event, according to the memo. Lawyers at the agency would then aim to complete their review within five days.
Only a handful of proposed arrangements appear to have been rejected. A consulting contract with Saban Capital Group Inc., a firm headed by major Clinton donor Haim Saban, was rejected because of what the State Department deemed as Saban's active involvement in foreign affairs, particularly the Middle East. On Thursday, Saban hosted a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton's campaign at his Beverly Hills home, raising at least $1.2 million from 450 attendees.....snip~
US approved most Bill Clinton speech requests within days