By Patricia Sellers
April 15, 2010

Two surprising additions to the top 10 of the new Fortune 500, out today: Bank of America

at No. 5 and JPMorgan Chase

at No. 9.

That’s evidence that the financial crisis has made the big banks bigger–and amidst consolidation, the survivors mightier. Goldman Sachs

, No. 39 measured by revenues, ranks sixth on the 500 in terms of profitability. Last year, Goldman earned a stunning $13.4 billion on $51.7 billion in revenues.

Ah, what a little government assistance can do. In fact, among the big banks, only Citigroup

,  No. 12 on the list, lost money last year.

What do PepsiCo

, Kraft Foods

, Yahoo

and Xerox

have in common? Women at the helm. To see the full lineup of female Fortune 500 CEOs–there are 15 on this year’s list–check out this gallery.

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