is on the rise. So says Fortune
, which just ranked
chairman and CEO as the fourth most powerful woman in business, up from fifth last year.
The magazine released
its 2017 list yesterday, and Johnson is not the only fundster on the rise. Mary Callahan Erdoes
, CEO of J.P. Morgan Asset Management
27th this year, up from 30th in 2016.
One of Johnson's key lieutenants, Fidelity Personal Investing president Kathy Murphy
, also returned
to the Fortune
list, again at rank 35.
Neil Anderson, Managing Editor
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