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  • Title
    CEO and President
  • Affiliation
    Reynolds American
  • Age

After closing the June 2015 ­Lorillard deal for $27.4 billion—then the largest-ever led by a female CEO—and boosting tobacco giant Reynolds American’s market cap by 19% in the past year, Cameron is a bona fide corporate rock star—again. After retiring from the company in 2011, she returned as CEO three years later for a second tour of duty, devoted to bringing the Newport brand, then owned by Lorillard, into Reynolds American’s orbit. The question: How much longer will Cameron stay? Some analysts think she could step down as soon as November.

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Previous Rank25

Company Financials (2015, or most recently completed fiscal year)

Revenues ($B)10.7
Profits ($B)3.3
Market Value as of 8/26/16 ($M)