In September, Fortune came out with its annual roster of the 50 most powerful women in American business. And for the sixth consecutive year, Hewlett-Packard chair and chief executive Carleton Fiorina garnered the top slot.
She was followed in order by eBay chief executive Meg Whitman; Avon Products chairman and CEO Andrea Jung; Xerox chair and CEO Anne Mulcahy; and Marjorie Magner, chair and CEO of the Global Consumer Group at Citigroup.
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