100 powerful women

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20. Maria das Gracas Silva Foster\nCEO, Petrobras-Pretroleo Brasil\n58, Brazil
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19. Aung San Suu Kyi\nChair and Parliamentarian, National League for Democracy, Burma\n67, Burma
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18. Meg Whitman\nCEO, Hewlett-Packard\n56, United States
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17. Ursula Burns\nChairman and CEO, Xerox\n53, United States
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16. Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner\nPresident, Argentina \n59, Argentina
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15. Virginia Rometty\nPresident and CEO, IBM\n54, United States
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14. Lady Gaga\nMusician, Philanthropist \n26, United States
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13. Irene Rosenfeld\nChairman and CEO, Kraft Foods\n59, United States
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12. Indra Nooyi\nChairman and CEO, PepsiCo\n56, United States
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11. Oprah Winfrey\nEntrepreneur, Personality\n58, United States
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10. Sheryl Sandberg\nCOO, Facebook\n42, United States
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09. Janet Napolitano\nSecretary, Department of Homeland Security, United States\n54, United States
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08. Christine Lagarde\nManaging Director, International Monetary Fund\n56, France
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07. Michelle Obama\nFirst Lady, United States\n48, United States
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06. Sonia Gandhi\nPresident, Indian National Congress, India\n65, India
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05. Jill Abramson\nExecutive Editor, New York Times Co.\n58, United States
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04. Melinda Gates\nCo-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation\n48, United States
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03. Dilma Rousseff\nPresident, Brazil\n64, Brazil
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02. Hillary Clinton\nSecretary of State, United States\n64, United States
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01. Angela Merkel\nChancellor, Germany\n58, Germany