Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Business

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Fortune Magazine released their 11th yearly list fo Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Business. Lots of surprises, especially at the top. They also released the list of 25 Highest paid women in business. Guess what? It is not only men who make the beaucoup bucks and the most powerful woman in business is only number 8th in the list of highest paid women in business.

Full list of “Most Powerful Women in Business”
RankNameCompany
1Indra NooyiPepsiCo
2Irene RosenfeldKraft Foods
3Pat WoertzArcher Daniels Midland
4Anne MulcahyXerox
5Angela BralyWellpoint
6Andrea JungAvon Products
7Susan ArnoldProcter & Gamble
8Oprah WinfreyHarpo
9Brenda BarnesSara Lee
10Ursula BurnsXerox
11Ann LivermoreHewlett-Packard
12Anne SweeneyWalt Disney
13Susan Desmond-HellmannGenentech
14Ginni RomettyIBM
15Ellen KullmanDupont
16Safra CatzOracle
17Heidi MillerJ.P. Morgan Chase
18Judy McGrathViacom
19Carol MeyrowitzTJX
20Ann MooreTime Inc.
21Christina GoldWestern Union
22Amy BrinkleyBank of America
23Susan IveyReynolds American
24Colleen GogginsJohnson & Johnson
25Susan ChambersWal-Mart
26Charlene BegleyGeneral Electric
27Barbara DesoerBank of America
28Abigail JohnsonFidelity
29Pamela NicholsonEnterprise
30Liz SmithAvon Products
31Joanne MaguireLockheed Martin
32Carrie CoxGlobal Pharmaceuticals, Schering-Plough
33Cece SuttonWachovia
34Sheryl SandbergFacebook
35Meredith WhitneyOppenheimer & Co.
36Jan FieldsMcDonald’s USA, McDonald’s
37Melanie HealeyProcter & Gamble
38Lisa WeberMetLife
39Sue DeckerYahoo
40Claire BabrowskiToys “R” Us
41Kathleen MurphyING
42Deirdre ConnellyEli Lilly
43Nancy PeretsmanAllen & Co.
44Sherilyn McCoyJohnson & Johnson
45Gail BoudreauxUnitedHealth Group
46Lorrie NorringtoneBay
47Terri DialCitigroup
48Lynn ElsenhansSunoco
49Cathie BlackHearst Magazines
50Marissa MayerGoogle
 

25 Higest Paid Women in Business

Sharilyn GasawayAlltel$38.6 million 
Safra CatzOracle$34.1 million 
Diane GreeneVMware$16.4 million 
Kathleen QuirkFreeport McMoRan Copper & Gold$16.3 million 
Trudy SullivanTalbot’s$15.7 million 
Angela BralyWellPoint$14.9 million 
Ann LivermoreHewlett-Packard$14.8 million 
Indra NooyiPepsiCo$14.7 million 
Anne MulcahyXerox$12.8 million 
Sharon FayAllianceBernstein Holding$12.4 million 
Meg WhitmaneBay$11.9 million 
Barbara NovickBlackRock$11.8 million 
Irene RosenfeldKraft Foods$11.6 million 
Marilyn FedakAllianceBernstein Holding$11.5 million 
Andrea JungAvon Products$11.1 million 
Sallie KrawcheckCitigroup$11.0 million 
Pamela PatsleyFirst Data$10.5 million 
Wellington Denahan-NorrisAnnaly Capital Management$10.1 million 
Sue DeckerYahoo$10.1 million 
Katherine HarlessIdearc$10.0 million 
Barbara DesoerBank of America$9.6 million 
Christine PoonJohnson & Johnson$9.4 million 
Brenda BarnesSara Lee$9.1 million 
Deborah McWhinneyCharles Schwab$8.9 million 
Carrie CoxSchering-Plough$8.9 million 

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