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source CBS Sports title How the Forbes 400 have changed the way we view the world article Forbes 400: Forbes 400 list of highest-paid billionaires list by Forbes Magazine, a weekly ranking of the wealthiest Americans by Forbes magazine, includes only one woman.
It has a rich history of making a woman a star in the business world, and a recent survey by the Forbes Foundation found that the women at the top of the list are nearly three times as likely to be among the highest-earning Americans.
The top 10 highest-income women in the world in 2018: 1.
Oprah Winfrey, 2.
Ellen DeGeneres, 3.
Miley Cyrus, 4.
Beyonce Knowles, 5.
Kelly Clarkson, 6.
Jennifer Lawrence, 7.
Meryl Streep, 8.
Mandy Moore, 9.
The list is based on annual compensation for full-time employees and excludes bonuses, stock options, stock awards and other types of compensation.
The list is considered an outlier among the elite, but it is not unique.
Forbes magazine’s 2017 list of the top 500 richest Americans had just three women.
The last time the top 10 was dominated by only one was in 2000, when a mix of women and men made up the top 50.
The Forbes 400 are now mostly made up of women, and Forbes said it has seen a slight increase in the number of women in its top 500 list, but that is still only a tiny percentage of the Forbes list.
“It’s really a combination of things,” Forbes Chief Executive Larry Kudlow said in a recent interview.
“It’s more women, it’s more of the middle class, it has more of women at that position.”
The top 20 most-popular female-owned companies in America are now led by women, including:Amazon.com Inc., Apple Inc., Facebook Inc., Google Inc., LinkedIn Inc., Netflix Inc., Instagram Inc., and Walmart.
These companies are among the most successful in the technology industry, and some analysts have suggested that the rise of women as CEOs could have an impact on the fortunes of their companies.
The CEOs of Facebook and Apple, both women, are among Forbes 400 billionaires.
“The reality is that in some of the more prestigious companies, like Google, Facebook, Facebook has an 80 percent female board,” said Stephanie Schriock, co-founder of Forbes 400, who was a senior adviser at Microsoft and the former head of technology at Verizon.
“You’re looking at the CEO of Facebook, who is the CEO.
She’s also the CEO, and her top executive is a woman,” she said.
“She’s also on the board of Facebook.”
In the last 10 years, female CEOs have been on the Forbes 200 list of billionaires for the first time, and the average age of the company’s board of directors is now 65.
The top 20 companies that are owned by women are up from 17 in 2016.
In 2017, the Forbes 500 list had seven women on the list, up from five in 2016, and more than one-third of the total Forbes 500 companies are owned or operated by women.
But it’s not just the CEOs who are making the Forbes billionaires list.
The Forbes 400 is the largest and most influential of the world’s most successful companies.
Its annual revenue in 2018 was $2.8 trillion, a record, and it has a market capitalization of $5.9 trillion.
Forbes said the value of its 500 companies last year was $4.3 trillion, an increase of more than 20 percent from $4 trillion in 2017.
The total market value of all Fortune 500 companies in 2018 is $27.6 trillion, up 13 percent from last year.
More:The number of companies owned by men rose to 554 in 2018, up 7 percent from the previous year.
The number of men with at least one board member with a Ph.
D. is up to 1,636 from 934 in 2017, and of those 1,788 are controlled by women with more than a bachelor’s degree.
The number on the Fortune 500 is dominated by men, but the median age of women’s boards of directors at the companies in the list is now 67.
That’s a slight uptick from the median of 67.6 years for the Fortune 200 in 2015.
The median age at the board positions of the companies has also risen slightly.
The average age at a board of an American company is 65.
Women are also more likely to own the majority of the boards at companies that make up the Fortune 400.
The majority of boards at the Fortune 50 are owned entirely by women: 89 percent.