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Biography of Ursula Burns 
Ursula M. Burns (born September 20, 1958) serves as Chairwoman (since May 2010) and CEO (since July 2009) of Xerox. As such, she is the first African-American woman CEO to head a Fortune 500 company. In 2014, Forbes rated her the 22nd most powerful woman in the world.

Early life
Burns was raised by a single mother in the Baruch Houses, a New York city housing project.Cite news |last=Byrnes |first=Nanette |last2=Crockett |first2=Roger O. |url= |title=An Historic Succession At Xerox |work=



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