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FORTUNE PORTRAITS OF POWER

Mark Hurd, 49

CEO of Hewlett-Packard

His just-the-operations-ma'am approach to business has rejuvenated the iconic computing giant, which in October overtook Dell and reclaimed the No. 1 spot in the PC market. Investors are rejoicing that he's so far survived HP's board-level spying scandal.
Mark Hurd, 49
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Mr. Paulson goes to Washington The Treasury Secretary has unmatched credibility on Wall Street and in D.C. Fortune managing editor Andy Serwer and Washington bureau chief Nina Easton pick his brain about the market, the economy and politics. An exclusive interview. (more)
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