Ann S. Moore

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Has served as the chairman and CEO of magazine company Time, Inc, which owns more than 150 magazines, including Time, People, Real Simple, Fortune, Sports Illustrated, Money and Discover. Born in Mississippi in 1950, Moore joined the company as a financial analyst in 1978 upon earning an MBA from Harvard Business. In the 1990s, when she served first as publisher and then as president of People, she helped to expand the company's women's titles, launching In Style, People en Español, Teen People, and Real Simple.
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Moore has repeatedly been named to Fortune magazine's annual list, "The 50 Most Powerful Women in American Business." She earned her MBA from Harvard Business School and is the first female CEO of Time.

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