PepsiCo (PEP) CEO Indra Nooyi, No. 1 on the just-released Fortune Most Powerful Women list, is that company's only exec who made the cut this year. But five other big companies have two women who are high-powered enough for Fortune's rankings. They are: Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), Avon (AVP), Hewlett-Packard (HPQ), Bank of America (BAC), and Fidelity Investments.
And what is the only company that has three executives on Fortune's 2009 MPWomen list? General Electric (GE), whose honorees include NBC Universal's Bonnie Hammer (No. 47) and Lauren Zalaznick (No. 48)--both new to our rankings--and Charlene Begley. A MPWomen list veteran, Begley is CEO of GE Enterprise Solutions and No. 27 in this year's rankings. -- Jessica Shambora
You know that rule of life: Don't change your job, your home, and your partner all in the same year.
Ellyn McColgan has changed two out of three, and she's shockingly low-stress about it. "I'm moving tomorrow," she told me last evening over a leisurely dinner in Manhattan. McColgan, who spent 17 years climbing the ranks of Fidelity Investments in Boston (and made Fortune's Most Powerful Women list), joined Morgan Stanley MOREPatricia Sellers - Jul 1, 2008 4:25 PM ET
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