Pop star Taylor Swift, at 25, is the youngest among FORBES magazine’s list of 100 Most Powerful Women. This is her first year on the list, and she’s in the No. 64 position.
There are 17 women age 45 and under on the list this year. Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, 45, is the highest ranked among the 45-and-under list, at No. 8.
The top five women on the list are:
No. 1 - Angela Merkel, 60, Chancellor of Germany
No. 2 - Hillary Clinton, 67, presidential candidate, former Secretary of State, former Senator, former First Lady
No. 3 - Melinda Gates, 50, Co-chair of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
No. 4 - Janet Yellen, 68, Chairwoman of Federal Reserve Bank
No. 5 - Mary Barra, 53, CEO of General Motors
See the full list here.
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