By Claire Zillman
September 8, 2016

This newsletter is arriving a bit late in order to bring you Fortune‘s 2016 Most Powerful Women list that we revealed just a few moments ago. The 19th annual ranking of businesswomen in the United States includes 22 CEOs such as GM’s Mary Barra, PepsiCo’s Indra Nooyi, and Marillyn Hewson of Lockheed Martin, who alone control a whopping $1.1 trillion in market capitalization. That chief executive total is down from a record 27 last year due to some blockbuster departures and the emergence of some impressive newcomers.

The list has always measured only active corporate executives so Hillary Clinton, who’s currently having more impact on the nation than any woman in recent history, is absent, but Tory Newmyer’s latest feature for Fortune digs into whether or not she’s good for business.

Tomorrow’s WMPW will also be a late edition to coincide with the publication of Fortune‘s international list of Most Powerful Women, which celebrates women executives who work outside the U.S.



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