Currently, 15 FORTUNE 500 companies are run by women, the same number as last year, although some of the names have changed. At Xerox, Ursula Burns became the first woman CEO to replace a woman, Anne Mulcahy, as a Fortune 500 chief.
| Barnes, Brenda C. ||Sara Lee ||180 |
| Bartz, Carol A. ||Yahoo ||343 |
| Braly, Angela F. ||WellPoint ||31 |
| Burns, Ursula M. ||Xerox ||152 |
| Elsenhans, Lynn L. ||Sunoco ||78 |
| Gold, Christina A. ||Western Union ||413 |
| Ivey, Susan M. ||Reynolds American ||272 |
| Jung, Andrea ||Avon Products ||228 |
| Kullman, Ellen J. ||DuPont ||86 |
| Meyrowitz, Carol M. ||TJX ||119 |
| Nooyi, Indra K. ||PepsiCo ||50 |
| Rosenfeld, Irene B. ||Kraft Foods ||53 |
| Sammons, Mary F. ||Rite Aid ||89 |
| Sen, Laura J. ||BJ's Wholesale Club ||232 |
| Woertz, Patricia A. ||Archer Daniels Midland ||27 ||
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