Fortune’s published their 50 Most Powerful Women package.
eBay’s Meg Whitman tops the list, with Oprah Winfrey at #4, Viacom’s Judy McGrath at #10, Time’s Ann Moore at #13, Anne Sweeney from Walt Disney at #16, Cathleen Black of Hearst Magazines at #34, Susan Decker of Yahoo at #40.
Related articles on tough decisions, chucking it all, the renaissance of Martha, why senior women are MIA in hedge fund land and women’s decision-making styles round out the package.
While I’ve definitely complained about Top 50 or Top 100 lists in the past, they’re fascinating–and this one is a window into Fortune 500 companies and where (some) of the executive women sit.

Fortune’s published their 50 Most Powerful Women package.
eBay’s Meg Whitman tops the list, with Oprah Winfrey at #4, Viacom’s Judy McGrath at #10, Time’s Ann Moore at #13, Anne Sweeney from Walt Disney at #16, Cathleen Black of Hearst Magazines at #34, Susan Decker of Yahoo at #40.
Related articles on tough decisions, chucking it all, the renaissance of Martha, why senior women are MIA in hedge fund land and women’s decision-making styles round out the package.
While I’ve definitely complained about Top 50 or Top 100 lists in the past, they’re fascinating–and this one is a window into Fortune 500 companies and where (some) of the executive women sit.