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Forbes List of Top 15 Powerful Women in the World

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By Team GNT– In a press release today Forbes has revealed its top powerful women in the World. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel topping the list for half a decade consecutively at No. 1. Second in the list was dominated by Hillary Clinton (Presidential Candidate of United States of America) and Melinda Gates in the Third position. U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen was ranked number 4 and General Motors CEO Mary Barra is at number 5.

Members of the 2015 raking represented in the eight categories which are prominent in the field of technology, politics, business, finance, media, entertainment, philanthropy and billionaires. The rank within the individual category and overall rank Forbes applied four metrics money, media, impact and sphere of Influence.

This global list featured eight heads of state and one Monarch who govern nations with a combined GDP of $9.1 trillion The No. 1 Power women, Angela Merkel, German Chancellor control nearly $ 1 trillion in annual revenues according to the list. The list also featured 15 billionaires with total worth in excess of $ 73.3 billion in terms of net worth.

Forbes List of Top 15 Powerful Women in the World:-

RANK

NAME

TITLE

COUNTRY

1

Angela Merkel

Chancellor

Germany

2

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Presidential Candidate, Former Secretary of State

United States

3

Melinda Gates

Co-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

United States

4

Janet Yellen

U.S. Federal Reserve Bank Chair

United States

5

Mary Barra

CEO, General Motors

United States

6

Christine Lagarde

Managing Director, International Monetary Fund

United States

7

Dilma Rousseff

President

Brazil

8

Sheryl Sandberg

COO, Facebook

United States

9

Susan Wojcicki

CEO, YouTube

United States

10

Michelle Obama

First Lady

United States

11

Park Geun-hye

President

South Korea

12

Oprah Winfrey

Media Mogul

United States

13

Virginia Rometty

CEO, IBM

United States

14

Meg Whitman

CEO, HP

United States

15

Indra Nooyi

CEO, PepsiCo

United States

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