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Leaders in a league of their own

Author: Alison Maitland, Financial Times, Published on: 1 October 2004

Today, the Financial Times and FT Deutschland, our German sister paper, publish our first ranking of top women in European business, turning the spotlight on those who have broken through to the highest levels of corporate life...The FT/FTD ranking raises questions about the extent of the progress women are making in European business. Do their individual successes signal a broader gender change at the top? No - not yet, at least. [refers to Nokia, BUPA, IBM, Royal Phillips Electronics, HP, Citigroup, Burberry (part of GUS), Wolters Kluwer, Xerox, Northern Foods]

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Related companies: BUPA Burberry Citigroup GUS HP (Hewlett-Packard) IBM Nokia Northern Foods Royal Philips Electronics Wolters Kluwer Xerox