Forbes names 100 most powerful women

By Drum Digital
28 May 2015

Forbes magazine has released their annual list of the world's most powerful women.

The list features some powerful women in politics, multinational corporations, finance, philanthropy, education and entertainment.

A lot didn't change about the list from last year as Chancellor of Germany, Angela Merkel made it to number one again which brought her tally at poll position to nine times.

American presidential hopeful Hilary Clinton is on Merkel's tail at number two while Michelle Obama rounded up the top 10.

Other familiar faces and names include Oprah Winfrey who sits at number twelve and Beyoncé who is positioned at number 21 while Angelina Jolie, Sofia Vergara, Taylor Swift and Shakira took the 54th, 57th, 64th and 81st positions respectively.

The first female president of an African state Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf just made it at 96.

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