RedTracker| Forbes magazine has issued their 2010 rankings of the World’s Most Powerful Women. Stating that they were redefining power and influence in the list, Forbes chose to look at creative influence and entrepreneurship and less on titles in four groups: politics, business, media and lifestyle (including entertainment, sports and fashion.)
While we applaud all the women on the Top 100 list, we admit being confused over Katie Couric (No. 22) versus Queen Rania Abdullah of Jordan (No. 76). Heading the list is America’s First Lady Michelle Obama (No. 1); Irene Rosenfeld, CEO of Kraft Fiids (No. 2); Opray Winfrey (No. 3); German Chancellor Angela Merkel (No. 4); Hillary Clinton (No. 45). See the entire list at Forbes.