FORTUNE's Most Powerful Women in Business 
FORTUNE's annual ranking of America's leading businesswomen
Rose Marie Bravo
Rank: 13 (2004 rank: 13)

Company: Burberry
Based in: Britain
Title: CEO
Bravo, Bravo! After eight years pushing Burberry's distinctive plaid to all corners of the globe and boosting gross profit margins to an astonishing 59%, the 54-year-old American announced she will be giving up the CEO title next year to become vice chairman of the $1.3 billion raincoat-turned-fashion-house. The only cloud on the horizon: the loss of chief saleswoman Kate Moss, caught snorting cocaine this summer by a British tabloid.
From the November 14, 2005 issue
Highest pay
These women are among the highest paid in corporate America. All of them are employed by companies with over $1 billion in sales that filed proxies by September 1, 2005.
1 Meg Whitman $29.9 million
2 Andrea Jung $22.1 million
3 (tie) Suzanne Johnson $17.5 million
3 (tie) Zoe Cruz $17.5 million
Young and powerful
Newcomer Charlene Begley heads up GE's plastics division and is the youngest of this group at age 39. She bumped last year's youngest gun, Citigroup CFO Sallie Krawcheck, now 40. But, on average, the Power 50 are in their late 40s.
1 Charlene Begley 39
2 Sallie Krawcheck 40
3 Susan Decker 42
Perennial powers
These women have been on the Power 50 each year since it began in 1998.
1 Oprah Winfrey Harpo
2 Andrea Jung Avon
3 Pat Russo Lucent