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Monday, November 19, 2007

The Top 50 Women in Business -- WSJ Honors Silicon Valley Fembots

Posted By on Mon, Nov 19, 2007 at 10:33 AM

Google, Yahoo, Oracle -- see they're not all Aspy dudes. Today the WSJ paid alimony to all the powerful shorties out there holding it down in da boardroom. We bow to your superior uterine supremacy.

From the WSJ 50 Women to Watch 2007:

Here are the women we believe have the potential to make a significant impact on business in the year ahead. ... 7. Mulcahy, Anne, Xerox Corp. chairman and chief executive Anne Mulcahy is leading Xerox down a new path after one of the company's biggest acquisitions in years. ... 9. Whitman, Margaret C. "Meg", eBay Inc., President and CEO, In the midst of overseeing a reinvention of the global electronic-commerce company. ... 14. Livermore, Ann, Hewlett-Packard Co., Executive Vice President, One of three women on Hewlett-Packard's executive team, Ann Livermore is responsible for boosting growth at the company's largest business.

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