She sold the Huffington Post to AOL for $315 million and could have retired. Instead Arianna Huffington has launched a worldwide campaign to get people to chill out, with meditation and relaxation workshops. Her newest book, "Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder," is already a best seller. Other women seek power by leaning in
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An award-winning columnist whose work now appears in the Daily News, Linda Stasi is also the author of the religious thriller "The Sixth Station" and six nonfiction books. In April, she married Sid Davidoff in a ceremony performed by none other than Mayor de Blasio -- Hizzoner's first nuptials.
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Wall Street's $2 trillion woman has been called the most influential asset manager in the world, thanks to the massive holdings Mary Callahan Erdoes manages for JPMorgan. For Erdoes, 46, returns have been higher than those of her competitors, broadening her power even more.
With 28 Eater editions and more than 7 million readers from Atlanta to Seattle, editor-in-chief Amanda Kludt, 30, is a national tastemaker. Now her sites are doing reviews and even investigative journalism (like why women are so underrepresented in the restaurant industry). Eater was bought last year for $30 million, so Kludt is atop a growing (and well-funded) foodie empire.