10. Susan Arnold
Vice Chair, Beauty and Health, Procter & Gamble (PG)
2005 rank: 17
In April the P&G lifer added the personal health, oral care, and pharmaceutical businesses to her beauty portfolio. At $29 billion in sales, her divisions bring in 42% of P&G's revenues. Down the line, she's a contender for an even bigger job: CEO.
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