The world’s 20 most powerful and inspiring women in business:

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Women have always created groundbreaking records in the fields of business and intelligence. Society is changing dynamically and with time women are evolving more. Some of them have fought this pandemic vigorously and maintained their business well. They have left significant marks showing that men and women go equal in every field and opportunity. Let us see who made the top 20 list in the field of inspiring and women business entity:

Sheryl Sandberg

She has been the COO of Facebook for four consecutive years. She has been shepherding the company through its much-awaited $100 billion IPO in May 2014. She was named to the social network’s board of directors in June of the same year.

Indra Nooyi

She is the multi=talented CEO and chairperson of PepsiCo. She has earned much fame in the to20 spot on the list of the World’s 100 most powerful women since 2006. After her company was formed and flourished she returned $5.6 billion to her shareholders and grew a net revenue of 14% amounting to $66 billion.

Irene Rosenfeld

She is the chairman and CEO of Kraft who has been tirelessly working on a major corporate split of its North American grocery business and its snack business that is globally famous into two independent public companies.

Virginia Rometty

She is often known to all as the 30-year IBM veteran “Ginni” who became the CEO in October 2011 and became known to be the first woman ever to lead the century-old tech giant business with revenue amounting to more than $100 billion.

Ursula Burns

The chairman and the CEO of Xerox Corp have always maintained her company as more of a service than the actual business. She dealt with the utmost care every single thing rather than being a strict seller of printers and copiers. Her company provided services like managing electronic ticket transactions, road tolls, and parking meters, and so on.

Meg Whitman

The former eBay chief and the new CEO of Hewlett-Packard, Meg has participated in the 2010 election for governor of California. She now takes an arguably tough task of turning around the tech-firm.

Maria das Gracas Silva Foster

She is the Brazilian CEO of oil company Petrobas that makes the production of 91% of Brazil’s oil and 90% of its natural gas. This helps her fetch revenue making a profit of over $130billion.

Marissa Mayer

She is Google’s 20th employee who became a tech inspiration to the whole world when she announced that she was leaving in the oath of becoming the new CEO of Yahoo. She has worked hard to accelerate yahoo’s strong franchises in e-mail, sports, and finances.

Anne Sweeney

Anne is the co-chairman of Disney Media Networks and also the president of Disney-ABC Television Group oversees ABC Studios which is the ABC Television Network and Disney Channels Worldwide. It has a record-breaking portfolio of over 100 channels that have so far reached 600 million viewers in 169 countries.

Angela Braly

Since 2007, she has been in the position of CEO of WellPoint. She also happens to run the second-largest health insurer in the US that has a strong impact on the health of Americans. By 2015, she acquired health insurer Amerigroup for around $4.9 billion.

Susan Wojcicki

A Google SVP, Wojcicki has been formed with the help of Susan and she has become the woman responsible for this entire tech giant’s ad products. She secured around $37.9 billion in revenue by 2011.

Arianna Huffington

She is the woman behind the online newspaper The Huffington Post, sold to AOL in early 2011 and won the first Pulitzer Prize in 2014 in national reporting, making its position evident in the world of communication. She has worked on its global expansion to have it launched in Spain and Italy.

Diana Von Furstenberg

She is a Belgian woman who began designing clothing in the 1970s with $30,000 and has gone to the top of the industry. She was soon made the power president of the Council of Fashion Designers of American (CFDA), which is the trade association of the country’s top 350 designers.

Amy Pascal

Known to the world as the co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment, Amy has become a Hollywood mastermind behind many of the nation’s biggest blockbusters. In 2014, cop-comedy Jump Street and sci-fi action hit Men in Black created world records with surplus revenues in billions.

Sheri McCoy

After leaving Johnson & Johnson, McCoy took the CEO seat at Avon and since then the legacy brand remains the world’s largest direct seller of beauty products with 6.4 million active sales across 100 countries so far.

Mary Barra

She is the highest-ranking woman at General Motors as the SVP of Global Product Development. General Motors is the world’s largest auto company whose designing, engineering, and product quality is maintained by Mary to lead it across the world.

Laura Lang

The former Digitas chief Laura is the newest CEO of Time Inc. her first major deal in and around 2014-15 was when she agreed to sell a subscription to 20 of Time’s magazines on Apple’s iPad.

Angela Ahrendts

The CEO of Burberry, which is the largest apparel, accessories, and luxury Goods Company has been formed by the tremendous contribution of Angela. It is a market cap in the U.K. and she is the mentor behind the generation of about $2.9 billion in revenue each year.

Sue Naegle

She is the President of Time Warner’s HBO Entertainment. She oversees all series programming and specials and generates over 100 million dollars as revenue on huge global success annually. Her global success includes the shows Game of Thrones, Boardwalk Empire, and so on.

Safra Catz

She is the longtime president of software giant Oracle who has given an optimistic future to the company. The company has posted its highest operating margin ever in history under the leadership of Catz.

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