One trillion dollars in stock market value. That's what just the 27 CEOs on the Fortune Most Powerful Women list control. But there are 24 more women on our 18th annual list—including a special bonus pick whose name you know already. Read on to see who made it—and who didn't.
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In the second year of Cameron’s second stint as CEO of Reynolds American, the nation’s No. 2 cigarette maker closed the $27.4 billion purchase of rival Lorillard—the largest deal ever led by a female CEO. Cameron has also fulfilled her promise to make Reynolds what she calls the “vaper authority”: Its Vuse became the nation’s bestselling e-cigarette—with 33.6% of the market—in the year since its nationwide release.
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Susan M. Cameron, Reynolds American CEO, on providing smokers with alternatives
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