Xerox CEO makes Forbes "100 Most Powerful Women" list
Posted at: 05/22/2013 8:55 AM
Ursula Burns, the head of Xerox, has been named to Forbes magazine’s "The World's 100 Most Powerful Women" list. Burns comes in at number 14 – behind First Lady Michelle Obama and former First Lady Hillary Clinton.
Burns worked her way up the corporate ladder at Xerox and is the first African-American woman to run the document company.
The most powerful woman in the world according to Forbes magazine is Angela Merkel the Chancellor of Germany.