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Fortune Live for September 8, 2016: Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Special Edition

September 8, 2016, 2:29 PM UTC

Fortune Live welcomes back host Leigh Gallagher for a really great show!

First, we cover some of this week’s top headlines. Apple (AAPL) just unveiled the new iPhone 7. We’ll discuss the tech giant’s much-anticipated event and the phone’s new features. And activist investor Bill Ackman takes a 10% stake in Chipotle (CMG). Can he turn the struggling chain around? Then, Fortune‘s Aaron Task and Erin Griffith play a rousing round of “Flop or Fly.”

Then, Fortune‘s Leena Rao reports from Apple’s launch event and checks out some of the latest products. Tune in!

Fortune‘s 2016 Most Powerful Women in Business list just came out! Kristen Bellstrom and Jennifer Reingold are in the studio to talk trends, newcomers, and creating this year’s list.

Next, Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors (GM), notched the top spot for two consecutive years on Fortune’s Most Powerful Women list. She sat down with Jennifer Reingold to discuss the changing landscape at GM and to share some career insight and advice for young women.

Mary Dillon, the CEO of Ulta Beauty (ULTA), stops by the show to talk about how she turned the strip-mall secret into a quickly growing beauty empire. Dillon is featured in the most recent issue of Fortune, and appears in the “On Our Radar” section of the MPW list.

Then, we give you a peak at our newest show, Broad Strokes. Check it out every Friday morning at 7:30 EST.

Jennifer Reingold and Mary Dillon then join Leigh to discuss the push to get women into the front office, the progress that’s been made, and the road ahead.

Sandra Peterson, EVP and group worldwide chairman for Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), came in at No. 27 on Fortune‘s Most Powerful Women list. She tells us how being a woman has helped her create an inclusive workplace.

We close the show with some business advice from our MPW summit in London.

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