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General Motors CEO Marry Barra becomes 23rd woman running Fortune 500 company

FILE - In this Jan. 14, 2013, file photo, General Motors Senior Vice President Mary Barra is seen during presentation of the North American Car & Truck of the Year at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Barra was named GM CEO on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, making her the first woman to lead a U.S. car company. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio, File)
December 10, 2013 - 1:39 PM

Mary Barra, who General Motors on Tuesday named its next CEO, will be the first woman to run a major automobile maker. She joins just 22 other female CEOs among U.S. companies in the Fortune 500. Here's a look at the exclusive club.

— GENERAL MOTORS

Annual revenue: $152 billion

Market value: $56 billion

CEO: Mary Barra, taking over in January 2014

— HEWLETT-PACKARD CO.

Annual revenue: $112 billion

Market value: $52 billion

CEO: Margaret Whitman, took over in September 2011

— IBM CORP.

Annual revenue: $105 billion

Market value: $193 billion

CEO: Virginia Rometty, took over in January 2012

— PEPSICO INC.

Annual revenue: $65 billion

Market value: $127 billion

CEO: Indra Nooyi, took over in October 2006

— ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND CO.

Annual revenue: $89 billion.

Market value: $28 billion

CEO: Patricia Woertz, took over in April 2006

— LOCKHEED MARTIN CORP.

Annual revenue: $47 billion

Market value: $45 billion

CEO: Marillyn Hewson, took over in January 2013

— DUPONT CO.

Annual revenue: $35 billion

Market value: $57 billion

CEO: Ellen Kullman, took over in January 2009

— MONDELEZ INTERNATIONAL INC.

Annual revenue: $35 billion

Market value: $60 billion

CEO: Irene Rosenfeld, took over in June 2006 (company was known as Kraft Foods at the time)

— GENERAL DYNAMICS CORP.

Annual revenue: $32 billion

Market value: $32 billion

CEO: Phebe Nokakovic, took over in January 2013

— TJX COMPANIES INC.

Annual revenue: $26 billion

Market value: $44 billion

CEO: Carol Meyrowitz, took over in January 2007

— XEROX CORP.

Annual revenue: $22 billion

Market value: $14 billion

CEO: Ursula Burns, took over in July 2009

— DUKE ENERGY CORP.

Annual revenue: $20 billion

Market value: $49 billion

CEO: Lynn Good, took over in July 2013

— AVON PRODUCTS INC.

Annual revenue: $11 billion

Market value: $8 billion

CEO: Sherilyn McCoy, took over in April 2012

— SEMPRA ENERGY

Annual revenue: $10 billion

Market value: $22 billion

CEO: Debra Reed, took over in June 2011

— GUARDIAN LIFE INSURANCE OF AMERICA

Annual revenue: $8 billion

Market value: Not available (company is not publicly traded)

CEO: Deanna Mulligan, took over in July 2011

— CAMPBELL SOUP CO.

Annual revenue: $8 billion

Market value: $13 billion

CEO: Denise Morrison, took over in August 2011

— MYLAN INC.

Annual revenue: $7 billion

Market value: $16 billion

CEO: Heather Bresch, took over in January 2012

— INGREDION INC.

Annual revenue: $7 billion

Market value: $5 billion

CEO: Ilene Gordon, took over in May 2009

— CH2M HILL COS.

Annual revenue: $6 billion

Market value: Not available (company is not publicly traded)

CEO: Jacqueline Hinman, taking over in January 2014

— GRAYBAR ELECTRIC

Annual revenue: $5 billion

Market value: Not available (company not publicly traded)

CEO: Kathleen Mazzarella, took over in June 2012

— GANNETT CO.

Annual revenue: $5 billion

Market value: $6 billion

CEO: Gracia Martore, took over in October 2011

— FRONTIER COMNUNICATIONS CORP.

Annual revenue: $5 billion

Market value: $5 billion

CEO: Maggie Wilderotter, took over in January 2006

— YAHOO INC.

Annual revenue: $5 billion

Market value: $39 billion

CEO: Marissa Mayer, took over in July 2012

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