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Successful Women in Business -


Women in Business are regrettably an uncommon term to some countries. It is not because of men, but because of the country and government as well as the way the people were lifted, seeing a woman working a "mans occupation" appears strange and wrong. Look at Saudi Arabia and also the law forbidding women in the eyes of the remaining world that is completely ridiculous, but to both women and men in their own nation it's just the way life goes, forget about making a girl CEO. Fortunately there are lots of girls who demonstrate that women can be, but ARE a whole lot more than that. Let's look at some of the worlds most successful women in Business:

Indra Nooyi - She's CEO and the Chairman and has sales.

Irene Rosenfeld - She's her company has about $48 billion in revenue and CEO of Kraft Foods and the Chairman

Chairman, President and CEO of Archer Daniels Midland otherwise called ADM (also understood mainly because of the movie "The Informant'). In 2009 13% grew.

Andre Jung - Chairman and CEO and inspiration to all Avon girls throughout the world

Oprah - She's Chairman and OWN and has become the Queen of Chat for many years. The talk show certainly not the last we've learned of her although oprah - maybe leaving it.

Ginni Rometty - Currently Senior vice President, is Strategy, and in charge of Sales Marketing and Group Executive as well as the lead business day nominee to become the next CEO

Worldwide Chairman. She may have experienced a rough year but she is not slowing down. They have 11 new drug filings planned in the next 13 years.

Melanie Healey - Group President in North America for Procter and Gamble, accounting for.

Sheryl Sandberg - COO of Facebook, she is played an integral role in turning the 500 million users of Facebook into revenue.

10.Michelle Obama - she may not have won her title of First Lady by vote, but this Harvard Law graduate has began a campaign "Let's Go" has gotten companies like Coca Cola, Kellogg and General Mills to vow to reduce the calorie content in their products by 2012.

Aside from them there are girls like Angelina, Beyonce and Lady Gaga who have not only become Stars that are famous but have also become successful business women and girls who speak as much as help people's rights and so are heard. Women currently understand just one direction - up.