The ranking of the top managers according to Fortune

The American magazine Fortune has published on its website its annual ranking , relative to 2009, the top 50 managers at the international level.
At the top of the ranking confirms Cynthia Carroll, CEO of Anglo American. In second place Gail Kelly, managing director and CEO of Westpac, Australia's largest bank. In third place is the square Marjorie Scardino, Pearson's number one.
Following Anne Lauvergeon (Areva), Barbara Dalibard (Orange Business Services), Barbara Kux (Siemens), Annika Falkengren (Seb), Guler Sabanci (Sabanci Holding), Maria Ramos (Absa), Marina Berlusconi (Fininvest).
Tenth the only Italian Ranked Marina Berlusconi.
As for the top ten most powerful women managers of America according to Fortune ranking is: Indra Nooyi (Pepsi Co), Irene Rosenfeld (Kraft Food), Pat Woertz (Archer Daniels Midland), Angela Blaly (WellPoint), Andrea Jung (Avon Product), Oprah Winfrey (Harpo), Ellen Kullman (DuPont), Carol Bartz (Yahoo!), Ursula Burns (Xerox), Brenda Barnes (Sara Lee).


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