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EVP, Global Manufacturing, GM (GM)
Boler-Davis, a rising star, was named head of all manufacturing at GM in June and reports directly to CEO Mary Barra.
CEO, Ulta Beauty (ULTA)
Under Dillon, Ulta just keeps growing; it reported comparable sales jump of 11.8% last year despite opening 100 new stores.
Sona Chawla/Michelle Gass
COO/Chief Merchandising & Customer Officer, Kohl’s (KSS)
The pressure is on the two vying to succeed Kevin Mansell as CEO after reinvention efforts have stalled.
VP, Global Marketing Solutions, Facebook (FB)
Everson is on a tear as Facebook continues to kill it in advertising—in which she has been a force since 2011.
COO, Northrop Grumman (NOC)
Flach’s promotion this year signals that she could be the next CEO of the $23.5 billion defense contractor.
SVP, Enterprise, Google (GOOGL)
VP, Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives, Apple (AAPL)
Former EPA chief Jackson heads clean-energy efforts. She’s close to CEO Tim Cook.
SVP, Retail Divisions, Kroger (KR)
Promoted last September, Madlinger oversees nine divisions that bring in more than $41 billion in sales.
President, Reinsurance Group of America (RGA)
Manning, currently president of the $10.4 billion reinsurer, will take over as CEO in January 2017.
CEO, Yahoo (YHOO)
Mayer sold to Verizon after a failed turnaround. It’s unclear what’s next for the high-profile, highly paid CEO.
A version of this article appears in the September 15, 2016 issue of Fortune with the headline “50 Most Powerful Women.”