The 100 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America

We identify the best and brightest leaders in business and industry

VINCENT S. LYONS
VP, Engineering & Product Development & President, Machinery & Technology Group
Leggett & Platt
Power Move: Lyons is responsible for leading product and technology development. He developed and implemented WIN 70/30 innovation strategy for the corporation and increased sales from $189 million in 2006 to $203 million in 2007.

MARK MASON
CFO & Head of Strategy and M&A, Citi Global Wealth Management
Citigroup
Power Move: Mason is responsible for all aspects of financial management, balance sheet management, accounting and control, planning and analysis, business process re-engineering and strategy, including divestitures and acquisitions.

GREGORY E. MCDANIEL
Group President, Crop Protection
Chemtura Corp.
Power Move: McDaniel is responsible for leading all of the crop protection business efforts relating to sales, marketing, technology, business development, and strategy on a global basis for the $3.7 billion specialty chemicals company.

RAYMOND MCGUIRE
Co-Head, Global Investment Banking, Institutional Clients Group
Citigroup
Power Move: McGuire is responsible for managing the coverage of global industries and clients and executing strategic transactions. He advised transactions valued at more than $125 billion, including representing Time Warner in its separation of Time Warner Cable.

GLENDA MCNEAL
Senior VP & General Manager, Retail and Emerging Industries, Establishment Services North America
American Express
Power Move: McNeal is responsible for managing and growing American Express’ strategic relationships with its largest retail merchants. She leads the group in the creation of partner programs that help key accounts increase customer spending.

LAWRENCE MCRAE
Senior VP, Strategy and Corporate Development
Corning
Power Move: McRae is responsible for all acquisitions and divestitures, along with new joint ventures. In 2006, McRae worked on the acquisition of a fiber partner in China; through the acquisition, Corning added more than 100 employees and completed an important part of its fiber division’s strategy.

RANDOLPH MELVILLE
Senior VP, Sales, Frito-Lay North America
PepsiCo
Power Move: Melville spearheads customer strategies that ensure that service and execution remain priorities. He has 11 years of sales experience at Frito-Lay and PepsiCo. His leadership style landed him a Leadership Excellence Award by the U.S. Naval Academy and Harvard Business Review in 2007.

WILLIAM MOORE
President, MetLife Auto & Home
MetLife
Power Move: Moore oversees MetLife Auto and Home’s operations, including all property and casualty products: home, condominium, boat, and personal excess liability insurance. He played a key role in growing MetLife’s sales force, increasing agent productivity, and improving distribution profitability.

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