Xerox CEO Ursula Burns is again on Forbes Magazine's annual list of the world's 100 most powerful women. Forbes looks at factors that include revenue, media moment and impact.
Burns ranked number 14 on the list. She was ranked 17th last year. Forbes says that four years into her tenure, Xerox has been able to shift a lot of its business into I-T services. The magazine also says that over the next 12 to 18 months, Xerox will aggressively pursue acquisitions and enhance its health care business.
Number one on the Forbes list of powerful women was German Chancellor Angela Merkel.