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32. Kathleen Murphy
Kathleen Murphy
President, Fidelity Personal Investing
Fidelity Investments
2010 rank: 36
Age: 48
When Murphy left ING to head up Fidelityís division for individual investors in 2009, her new business oversaw some $730 billion in assets. In 2010 she celebrated passing the trillion-dollar mark.
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From the October 17, 2011 issue
25 Highest-paid women

Oracle's Safra Catz raked in a whopping $42 million in total compensation last year. See how much the other top earners took home.

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Name 2010 total compensation
Safra A. Catz $42 million
Wellington J. Denahan-Norris $23.6 million
Carol Meyrowitz $19.2 million
Name Rank
Cynthia Carroll 1
Gail Kelly 2
Marjorie Scardino 3
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