FT writers and editors pick their most influential women of the past 10 years across the globe, from Nobel Prize-winning scientists to political activists and technology tycoons. - Financial Times
Hilary Clinton, Serena Williams, Beyonce, Tina Fey, Angelina Jolie, Hannah Montana, J.K. Rowling, Zaha Hadid, Kate Middleton, Sarah Palin, Michelle Obama, Sarah Jessica Parker, Phoebe Philo, Kate Moss and Anna Wintour are just some of the notable women considered to be the most influential women of the past decade, according to The Financial Times. Do some of them deserve this title?
Aung San Suu Kyi, 65, waves to a crowd at the offices of the National League for Democracy in Rangoon, Burma, two days after her release this year.