Let me give you a short Recap of my Five entries for my Entertainment Zone Special
TOP FIVE RICHEST TEEN CELEBRITY
TOP FIVE MOST SUCCESSFUL FILM SERIES
TOP FIVE REMARKABLE ROLE PLAYED BY AN ACTRESS
TOP FIVE MOST POPULAR MALE COMEDIANS
TOP FIVE HOLLYWOOD'S WACKIEST DRESSER
Now I will give prior in one of my Portion in this blog which is my TOP FIVE PORTION
these are the entries that falls into different categories like TRIVIA, SCIENCE, GENERAL KNOWLEDGE and MORE
I prepared 6 entries for this portion
And for my first Entry for my Top Five Portion Special
TOP FIVE WORLD'S MOST POWERFUL WOMEN OF THE 20TH CENTURY
(Based on 2008 Forbes Magazine 100 Most Powerful women)
TOP 5 WORLD'S POWERFUL WOMAN
Cynthia Carroll is an American businesswoman. She is the chief executive officer of Anglo American PLC, a London, UK mining company, which, among other things, is the world's largest platinum producer.On October 24, 2006, Carroll was hired by Anglo American, and joined the board in January 2007, becoming chief executive at the beginning of March 2007. She is one of only three female Chief Executives of FTSE 100 companies and the first non-South African to hold the post with Anglo American.
Carroll was personally attacked while at Anglo American for her responsibility in the conglomerate's dismal labour rights record as well as her role in several environmentally controversial projects piloted by the company. Carroll was most notably nicknamed by Grist Magazine "Cyanide Cynthia, world's biggest Scrooge" for her role in the Pebble Mine project in Alaska. In 2007 Forbes Magazine named her as 7th most powerful woman in the world.
TOP 4 WORLD'S MOST POWERFUL WOMAN
" ANGELA BRALY"
Angela F. Braly is president and chief executive officer for WellPoint, Inc. and a member of the company's board of directors. She assumed those responsibilities June 1, 2007, following several high-profile roles for the company.
Prior to her current position, Braly served as executive vice president, general counsel and chief public affairs officer for WellPoint. In that role, she was responsible for public policy development, government relations, legal affairs, corporate communications, marketing, and social responsibility initiatives. She also had operational responsibility for the nation's largest Medicare claims processing business and the federal employee health benefits business. Ms. Braly was also a key strategist during WellPoint's acquisition of New-York based WellChoice in 2005.
She was recognized by the St. Louis Business Journal as one of the 25 Most Influential Women in Business for 2000 and was named one of Modern Healthcare's Top 25 Women in Healthcare in 2007. Forbes listed Braly as the sixteenth most powerful woman in the world in 2007, and the fourth most powerful in 2008. Fortune ranked Braly the fourth most powerful woman in business in America in 2007, and fifth most powerful in 2008.As of April 2009, Braly had the 306th highest compensation for a US CEO, having earned $4.07 million. That is 74th among females. She owns $4.6 million worth of WellPoint stock, or .02% of the company. In 2007, Braly earned $14.86 million, mostly in stock options
TOP 3 WORLD'S MOST POWERFUL WOMAN
"INDRA K. NOOYI"
Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi is the chairwoman and chief executive officer (CEO) of PepsiCo, the world's fourth-largest food and beverage company. On August 14, 2006, Nooyi was named the successor to Steven Reinemund as chief executive officer of the company. She was effectively appointed as CEO by PepsiCo's board of directors on October 1, 2006. According to the polls Forbes magazine conducted, Nooyi ranks third on the 2008 list of The World's 100 Most Powerful Women. Nooyi has been named the #1 Most Powerful Business Woman in the world in 2006 and 2007 by Fortune magazine. In 2008, Nooyi was named one of America's Best Leaders by U.S. News & World Report.
Nooyi continues to grow PepsiCo, the $39 billion food and beverage giant, through new product offerings and acquisitions. Company subsidiaries Quaker, Gatorade and FritoLay introduced a new line of whole-grain oatmeal and granola bars called Simple Harvest, and G2, a low-calorie "lifestyle beverage" for athletes. Nooyi orchestrated a major expansion into international markets, most notably with a $1.4 billion acquisition of a 75% stake in Russian juice giant Lebedyansky
TOP 2 WORLD'S MOST POWERFUL WOMAN
"SHEILA C. BAIR"
Sheila Colleen Bair is the Chairman of the U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). She was appointed to the post for a five-year term on June 26, 2006 by George W. Bush. Bair will also serve as a member of the FDIC Board of Directors through July 2013. In 2008 Forbes ranked her as the second most powerful woman in the world behind German chancellor Angela Merkel. Forbes described her FDIC office as "the last stop for capital-starved banks (and their insured customers) before going under."
The head of the embattled FDIC has been trying to reassure an edgy American public that the country's financial institutions are sound—even as six banks have now failed this year. Bair's domain is the last stop for capital-starved banks (and their insured customers) before going under. But the July demise of IndyMac, the largest bankruptcy of a financial institution in the last two decades, has rattled nerves. As banks continue to fail, Bair must continue to show the fortitude that has helped her lead an institution that is suddenly an actor in this global drama
Angela Dorothea Kasner, 17 July 1954, in Hamburg, West Germany), is the current Chancellor of Germany. Merkel, elected to the German Parliament from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, has been the chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) since 9 April 2000, and Chairwoman of the CDU-CSU parliamentary party group from 2002 to 2005. She leads a Grand coalition with its sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU), and with the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD), formed after the 2005 federal election on 22 November 2005.In 2007, Merkel was also President of the European Council and chair of the G8. She played a central role in the negotiation of the Treaty of Lisbon and the Berlin Declaration. In domestic policy, health care reform and problems concerning future energy development have thus far been the major issues of her tenure.Merkel is the first female Chancellor of Germany. In 2006, Forbes Magazine named her the "most powerful woman in the world". In 2007 she became the second woman to chair the G8 after Margaret Thatcher.
With $3.3 trillion in GDP, Germany is Europe's biggest economy, and Merkel's reforms are sparking a rebound, with unemployment falling (although consumer confidence just hit a five-year low). She pushed through a later retirement age, put more women in senior government posts, and raised payments to new parents. Bulldozes through controversy: hosted the Dalai Lama, chastised Mugabe, and wants to make the euro a bigger player in global financial markets as the dollar wanes. Also trying to make Germany more eco-friendly with steep greenhouse-gas cuts. Europeans voted her their most influential politician.