Blacks In Business Doing Big Things: 10 Of Our Most Successful CEOs And Entepreneurs

September 20, 2013  |  
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URSULA M. BURNS, XEROX CORPORATION

The first female African-American CEO, Burns became the head of the Xerox Corporation in 2009. The multi-billion dollar company hired Burns on as an intern in 1981, and she was able to work her way up, and has been rated as one of the most powerful women in the world because of her hard work and tenacity.

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