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Xerox CEO makes 'most powerful' list

New York -- Xerox CEO Ursula Burns is once again on Forbes list of the worlds most powerful women.

This year, Burns was ranked No. 22.

In her five years as CEO of Xerox, which originated in Rochester and still has a large employee base in the area, Burns has continued to push the company further into the service sector.

Burns began her career at Xerox as an intern in 1980.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel topped this years list, followed by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and philanthropist Melinda Gates.

 
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