75 Most Powerful Women In Business

From technology to finance, these professionals are changing global business

Bernice-Clark-formal-pixBernice Clark
SVP, Merchandise Marketing
Macy’s Inc.

Clark is responsible for marketing and merchandise for seasonal branding efforts as well as fashion, beauty, and home marketing across all media including TV, radio, direct mail, newspaper, magazine, online, and outdoor.

Nelda-Connors---TycoNelda J. Connors
President,
Tyco Electrical & Metal Products
Tyco International

Connors leads a $1.4 billion global unit of Tyco, which manufactures galvanized steel tube, piping, conduits, and other materials for electrical, mechanical, and industrial applications.

Cooper,-EdithEdith Cooper
Managing Director & Global Head of Human Capital Management
Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

Named partner in 2000, Cooper, one of BE’s 100 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America, oversees all functions related to staffing, including company efforts in recruiting, development, promotion, and retention. Cooper serves on the firm’s management committee and is vice chairwoman of the partnership committees.

laverne-h.-councilLaVerne H. Council
Corporate Vice
President & Chief
Information Officer
Johnson & Johnson

Council is responsible for management of information technology and related systems for Johnson & Johnson’s worldwide enterprise, which includes more than 250 operating companies and 3,500 information technology employees—all on an annual budget of $1.9 billion.

Gladys-DeClouetGladys DeClouet
SVP, North America Company Operations,
Burger King Corp.

DeClouet, one of BE’s 100 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America, is responsible for all operations and profitability of the U.S. and Canadian company-owned restaurants. The global executive also oversees ongoing strategic re-imaging efforts intended to increase restaurant traffic and drive sales.

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