The most powerful women in the business world

ginni-romettyMore and more women have more prominence in the business world, we see more and more women in leading large company doing a good job. Forbes magazine has just published its list of the most powerful women in business 2014, know the top 10.

Ginni Rometty

57 years (CEO of IBM)
Rometty scale to the top of this list although in the last two years IBM’s revenue declined, but its strategy of investing in new technologies are already delivering results.

Mary Barra

52 years old (CEO of General Motors)
CEO pioneer in the automotive industry, its management has had many detractors, but remains positive. She descends from the top of this list.

Indra Nooyi

58 years (CEO of PepsiCo)
Innovations Nooyi at PepsiCo are taking effect, the company has increased by 25% since 2011, when she took the reins of the company.

Marillyn Hewson

60 years (CEO of Lockheed Martin)
During his tenure in 2013 the company posted a record operating profit and equity benefits.

Ellen Kullman

58 years (DuPont CEO)
DuPont shares were in free fall, but in 2009 after the arrival of Kullman and the situation was reversed last year and profits doubled.

Meg Whitman

58 years (CEO of Hewlett-Packard)
He joined in mid-2012, conducted a 5-year plan and this year HP sales rose for the first time in over three years.

Irene Rosenfeld

61 years (CEO Mondelez International)
From entry to Mondelez Rosenfeld, revenues soared from 1% to 28%. and performed a cost reduction plan of 1.5 billion dollars over the next 4 years.

Pat Woertz

61 years (CEO of Archer Daniels Midland)
He joined the post in 2006, since then the company h undergone a radical improvement in earning income and diversification.

Abigail Johnson

52 years (President of FMR)
With the management of Abigail Johnson (since 2012), FMR became second largest US-based investment fund, with assets of 4.62 trillion dollars.

Sheryl Sandberg

45 years (COO of Facebook)
The success has smiled to Sheryl Sandberg joined Facebook since his book was the best selling and became the face of the corporate gender equality. But his greatest achievements made ​​in his post in Facebook.

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