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    Weekly Soap Debate: Most Powerful Businesswoman.

    Wednesday, April 17 2013

    Working right alongside the men.

    Daytime businesses aren't only helmed by men and have been known to be very successful with women holding the reins. The women who have or have been in charge in Los Angeles, Salem, Port Charles and Genoa City are smart, sexy, educated and know how to succeed in what some still believe is a man's world.

    We've listed a few Daytime examples for readers to vote on. Which do you think is the most powerful businesswoman from the four current soaps? Feel free to leave us a comment if we didn't include yours.

    Vote in last week's Weekly Soap Debate: Most Powerful Businessman to share which male character has the most business knowledge and read's Vampire Diaries Spoilers to hear who takes extreme actions when the show returns on April 18.

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    Posted by lorriefan21 at Wednesday, April 17 2013 04:06 PM

    I have admired all of the women (listed in the poll), when it comes to business they are sharp and make concrete decisions for the best of the company. I enjoyed watching Katherine Chancellor of Y&R when she was "on top of her game" before her most recent (current) storyline.

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