Most Powerful Women In Business
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Posted by George on November 26th, 2005

The Power 50

  1. Meg Whitman – eBay
  2. Anne Mulcahy – Xerox
  3. Brenda Barnes – Sara Lee
  4. Oprah Winfrey – Harpo
  5. Andrea Jung – Avon
  6. Pat Woertz – Chevron
  7. Sallie Krawcheck – Citigroup
  8. Abigail Johnson – Fidelity
  9. Karen Katen – Pfizer
  10. Judy McGrath – Viacom
  11. Indra Nooyi – PepsiCo
  12. Christine Poon – Johnson & Johnson
  13. Ann Moore – Time Inc.
  14. Pat Russo – Lucent Technologies
  15. Ginni Rometty – IBM
  16. Anne Sweeney – Walt Disney
  17. Susan Arnold – Procter & Gamble
  18. Ann Livermore – Hewlett-Packard
  19. Zoe Cruz – Morgan Stanley
  20. Charlene Begley – General Electric
  21. Martha Stewart – Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
  22. Anne Stevens – Ford Motor
  23. Susan Desmond-Hellmann – Genentech
  24. Susan Ivey – Reynolds American
  25. Amy Woods Brinkley – Bank of America
  26. Shelly Lazarus – WPP
  27. Irene Rosenfeld – PepsiCo
  28. Heidi Miller – J.P. Morgan Chase
  29. Linda Dillman – Wal-Mart
  30. Mary Minnick – Coca-Cola
  31. Carol Bartz – Autodesk
  32. Doreen Toben – Verizon
  33. Stacey Snider – GE
  34. Cathleen Black – Hearst Magazines
  35. Lisa Weber – MetLife
  36. Lois Quam – United Health Group
  37. Carrie Cox – Schering-Plough
  38. Nancy Peretsman – Allen & Co.
  39. Mary Sammons – Rite Aid
  40. Susan Decker – Yahoo
  41. Dawn Hudson – PepsiCo
  42. Amy Pascal – Sony
  43. Claire Watts – Wal-Mart
  44. Vivian Banta – Prudential Financial
  45. Ellyn McColgan – Fidelity
  46. Ellen Kullman – DuPont
  47. Barbara Desoer – Bank of America
  48. Ursula Burns – Xerox
  49. Safra Catz – Oracle
  50. Kathy Cassidy – General Electric

[Fortune]

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