Source: www.Suntimes.com by Sandra Guy on 9/29/11
Kraft CEO Irene Rosenfeld tops Fortune magazine’s list of most powerful women in business, which noted her “big show of power” this year in deciding to split the Northfield-based food giant into two companies.
In making the decision, Rosenfeld reversed her previous strategy of expanding Kraft by gobbling up other companies, the magazine said.
Rosenfeld, who led a hostile takeover of Britain’s Cadbury in...
Source: www.Bloomberg.com Article by Heather Perlberg on 9/27/11
The world’s top female-led companies have more women in executive positions than the average business in their peer group, according to a report by the Corporate Women Directors International.
Companies with women chief executive officers have boards that are 22 percent female compared with an average of 9.8 percent among all businesses in a study released this...