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2. Indra Nooyi
Indra Nooyi
Chairman and CEO
PepsiCo
2011 rank: 2
Age: 56
Profits and revenue increased at Pepsi in 2011, but investors have been wary that Nooyi's push into good for you products comes at the expense of the company's core offerings. In January the board publicly backed her, and she's since revamped management and boosted advertising budgets.
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