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    Default The U.S. Most Powerful Women list.

    http://fortune.com/most-powerful-women/


    1 Mary Barra Chairman and CEO General Motors 55
    2 Indra Nooyi Chairman and CEO PepsiCo 61
    3 Marillyn Hewson Chairman, President, and CEO Lockheed Martin 63
    4 Abigail Johnson Chairman and CEO Fidelity Investments 55
    5 Sheryl Sandberg COO Facebook 48
    6 Ginni Rometty Chairman, President and CEO IBM 60
    7 Meg Whitman CEO Hewlett Packard Enterprise 61
    8 Safra Catz Co-CEO Oracle 55
    9 Phebe Novakovic Chairman and CEO General Dynamics 59
    10 Ruth Porat SVP and CFO Google, Alphabet 59
    11 Lynn Good Chairman, President, and CEO Duke Energy 58
    12 Helena Foulkes President, CVS/pharmacy, EVP, CVS Health CVS Health 53
    13 Angela Ahrendts SVP, Retail Apple 57
    14 Susan Wojcicki CEO, YouTube Google, Alphabet 49
    15 Tricia Griffith President and CEO Progressive 52
    16 Cathy Engelbert CEO Deloitte 52
    17 Pam Nicholson President and CEO Enterprise Holdings 57
    18 Ann Marie Campbell EVP, U.S. Stores Home Depot 52
    19 Geisha Williams CEO and President PG&E Corporation 56
    20 Debra Reed Chairman, President, and CEO Sempra Energy 61
    21 Karen Lynch President Aetna 54
    22 Sandra Peterson Group Worldwide Chair Johnson & Johnson 58
    23 Heather Bresch CEO Mylan 48
    24 Marianne Lake CFO JPMorgan Chase 48
    25 Margaret Keane President and CEO Synchrony Financial 58
    26 Amy Hood EVP and CFO Microsoft 45
    27 Mary Callahan Erdoes CEO, JPM Asset Management JPMorgan Chase 50
    28 Judith McKenna EVP and COO Walmart U.S., Walmart 51
    29 Barbara Rentler CEO Ross Stores 60
    30 Leanne Caret President and CEO of Defense, Space & Security Boeing 50
    31 Denise Morrison President and CEO Campbell Soup 63
    32 Vicki Hollub President and CEO Occidental Petroleum 57
    33 Shari Ballard Senior EVP and President of Multichannel Retail Best Buy 51
    34 Debra Crew President and CEO Reynolds American, British American Tobacco 46
    35 Kathleen Murphy President, Personal Investing Fidelity Investments 54
    36 Lynne Doughtie Chairman and CEO KPMG U.S. 54
    37 Mary Mack SeniorEVP and Head of Community Banking Wells Fargo 54
    38 Julie Sweet CEO, North America Accenture 49
    39 Carolyn Tastad Group President, North America Procter & Gamble 56
    40 Bridget Van Kralingen SVP, Industry Platforms IBM 54
    41 Crystal Hanlon President, Northern Division Home Depot 52
    42 Shira Goodman CEO Staples 56
    43 Jennifer Taubert Company Group Chairman Johnson & Johnson 54
    44 Anna Manning President and CEO Reinsurance Group of America 59
    45 Michele Buck President and CEO Hershey 56
    46 Deanna Mulligan President and CEO Guardian Life Insurance 54
    47 Bonnie Hammer Chairman, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment Group Comcast 67
    48 Mary Dillon CEO Ulta Beauty 56
    49 Margo Georgiadis CEO Mattel 53
    50 Anne Finucane Vice Chairman Bank of America 65
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    I buy products from three of those occasionally .

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    None of the richest women make the list?

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    Isn't that sweet?

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    Where are Nancy, Hillary, and Oprah?
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    The list is of female business leaders- not the rich or politicians or famous people.

    This is the 20th year we’ve published Fortune’s Most Powerful Women list. Our 2017 ranking is comprised of 26 CEOs controlling $1.1 trillion in market cap, seven newcomers, one returnee, and nine women in the tech industry.
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