The next Most Powerful Women in tech

These accomplished women didn't make the MPW ranking—this year. Meet a group of executives who are at the center of some of the most exciting developments, mergers and turnarounds in technology.

Julie Larson Green

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Executive Vice President, Devices & Studios Group

Microsoft

A self-taught programmer and 20-year Microsoft veteran, Green began with the company as a program manager and worked her way up to running the Windows group -- a task that included reinvigorating the operating system with the release of Windows 7. Under her watch, the division closed the fiscal year with a 5% increase in revenues. An executive reorganization earlier this year put Green in charge of Devices & Studios Group, which includes the company's bestselling Xbox franchise.

  @FortuneMagazine - Last updated October 16 2013 08:18 AM ET
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