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49. Beth Mooney
Beth Mooney
CEO and chairman
KeyCorp
2010 rank: New
Age: 56
In May, she took over the regional financial institution with almost $90 billion in assets, making her the only woman to run a large U.S. bank. Second-quarter profits jumped to $243 million, up from $56 million in the same period a year ago, in part due to a fall in loan losses and cuts in expenses.
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From the October 17, 2011 issue
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How we pick the Power 50
The list is compiled by FORTUNE editors, who consider four criteria: the size and importance of the womanís business in the global economy, the health and direction of the business, the arc of the womanís career (resume and runway ahead), and societal and cultural influence.

Name 2010 total compensation
Safra A. Catz $42 million
Wellington J. Denahan-Norris $23.6 million
Carol Meyrowitz $19.2 million
Name Rank
Cynthia Carroll 1
Gail Kelly 2
Marjorie Scardino 3