The former Xerox CEO is tough, she knows her way around a turnaround (she revived Xerox), and she's an independent thinker, things we'd want in a board chair. And, having seamlessly handed the Xerox CEO-ship to Ursula Burns in 2009, Mulcahy, 58, would push our Dream Team to find their successors, never easy for corporate masters of the universe to do.
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