Top 50 Die einflussreichsten Frauen

Immerhin ein Dutzend Managerinnen aus Europa schaffte es in die Top 50 der weltweit einflussreichsten Frauen. Doch keine einzige Deutsche taucht im Ranking des "Wall Street Journal" auf. Lediglich in der Liste der mächtigsten Frauen in Europa erscheinen zwei Geschäftsfrauen aus der Bundesrepublik.

Top 50 women to watch 2006 - Rang: 1 - 25

Name Position Firma
1. Melinda Gates Co-Founder The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
2. Indra Nooyi President and CEO PepsiCo Inc.
3. Irene Rosenfeld CEO Kraft Foods Inc.
4. Patricia A. Woertz CEO and President Archer-Daniels-Midland Co.
5. Andrea Jung Chairman and CEO Avon Products Inc.
6. Neelie Kroes EU Antitrust Commissioner European Union Commission
7. Patricia Russo Chairman and CEO Lucent Technologies Inc.
8. Clara Furse CEO London Stock Exchange PLC
9. Anne Mulcahy Chairman and CEO Xerox Corp.
10. Margaret C. "Meg" Whitman President and CEO eBay Inc.
11. Zoe Cruz Co-President Morgan Stanley
12. Naina Lal Kidwai Group General Manager and Country Head, India HSBC Holdings PLC
13. Ana Patricia Botín Executive Chairman Banco Español de Credito
14. Maureen Chiquet Global CEO-Designate Chanel
15. Marjorie Scardino CEO Pearson PLC
16. Ursula M. Burns President, Business Group Operations Xerox Corp.
17. Linda Chatman Thomsen Director of Enforcement U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
18. Susan Whiting CEO Nielsen Media Research
19. Mary Ma Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Lenovo Group
20. Mary Schapiro Chairman and CEO National Association of Securities Dealers
21. Silvia Lagnado Vice President for Savory, Chilled and Frozen Foods Unilever
22. Deb Henretta President, ASEAN, Australasia and India Markets Procter Gamble Co.
23. Ellen J. Kullman Executive Vice President DuPont Co.
24. Debra L. Lee Chairman and CEO Black Entertainment Television
25. Mary F. Sammons CEO Rite-Aid Corp.
(europäische Vertreterinnen sind fett gedruckt) Quelle: The Wall Street Journal:

Top 50 women to watch 2006 - Rang: 26 - 50

Name Position Firma
26. Laura Desmond CEO Starcom MediaVest The Americas
27. Jane Friedman President and CEO HarperCollins Publishers Worldwide
28. Christina Gold CEO Western Union Co.
29. Charlene Begley Chief Executive and President GE Plastics
30. Wei Christianson China Chief Executive Morgan Stanley
31. Amy Woods Brinkley Global Risk Executive Bank of America Corp.
32. Ann Livermore Executive Vice President Hewlett-Packard Co.
33. Vivienne Cox Executive Vice President, Gas, Power and Trading BP PLC
34. Mary Minnick Executive Vice Pesident/President of Marketing, Strategy and Innovation Coca-Cola
35. Christine Poon Vice Chairman Johnson Johnson
36. Susan Desmond-Hellmann Chief of Product Development Genentech Inc.
37. Cynthia Carroll CEO-Designate Anglo American PLC
38. Angela Ahrendts CEO Burberry Group PLC
39. Jerri DeVard Senior Vice President, Marketing and Brand Management Verizon Communications Inc.
40. Patricia A. Curran Executive Vice President, Store Operations Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
41. Mary Dillon Executive Vice President and Global Chief Marketing Officer McDonald's Corp.
42. Anne-Marie Idrac President SNCF French railways
:43. Frida Giannini Creative Director Gucci
44. Akiko Ide Senior Vice President NTT DoCoMo Inc.
45. Helene Gayle President and CEO CARE
46. Susan Lyne CEO Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc.
47. Susan Decker CFO Yahoo Inc.
48. Anne Sweeney President Disney-ABC Television Group
49. Liz Vanzura Global Marketing Director Cadillac
50. Michelle Kristula-Green President Leo Burnett Asia-Pacific
(europäische Vertreterinnen sind fett gedruckt) Quelle: The Wall Street Journal:

Ten women to watch in Europe (in alphabetischer Reihenfolge)

Name Position Firma
Silvana Armani Member of the board Giorgio Armani SpA, Italy
Laura Ferro Chairwoman and chief executive officer Gentium SpA, Italy
Dagmar Kollmann Country Head for Germany
and Austria
Morgan Stanley Bank AG, Germany
Adeline Lescanne Director of Plumpy/Nut in the field Nutriset SAS, France
Natalie Massenet Founder Net-a-Porter Ltd., U.K.
Liz Mohn Member of the supervisory board Bertelsmann AG, Germany
Pascale Mussard Co-artistic director Hermès International SA, France
Viviane Reding Commissioner for Information Society and Media European Union, Belgium
Anita Roddick Consultant The Body Shop and L’Oréal SA, U.K.
Dianne Thompson Chief executive Camelot Group PLC, U.K.
Quelle: The Wall Street Journal: