We afresh appear the Silicon Valley 100, Business Insider’s anniversary account of the best absorbing bodies alive in or influencing the angel of tech.
We went through the SV100 account to cull out the best influential, innovative, and all-around alarming CEOs in Silicon Valley in 2015.
Scroll bottomward to see who the coolest CEOs in Silicon Valley are appropriate now.
The SV100 account was aggregate by Business Insider’s technology editors and accounting by Emmie Martin, Maya Kosoff, and Melissa Stanger. Additional advertisement by Tanza Loudenback and Christi Danner. Photo analysis by Melia Robinson.
AddLive architect and CEO Kavan Seggie writes that he is “passionate about conceptualizing, strategizing, and developing abundant software articles and businesses.”
Last May, Snapchat fabricated its aboriginal accretion in AddLive, a real-time communications startup that allows the picture-messaging app to adeptness its video-calling feature. The deal cost Snapchat $30 million.
Touted as the “Martha Stewart of Silicon Valley,” Brit Morin specializes in the circle of tech and DIY — and it’s lucrative. Morin launched Brit Co, a affairs website that appearance crafts, fashion, and decor, in 2011, and so far it’s raised $27.6 actor in funding from investors including Oak Capital, Intel Capital, and Marissa Mayer.
Before diving into her own site, Morin grew her adulation for the tech angel as an employee at Angel and Google, area she formed on iTunes and Google Maps, respectively.
Before co-founding Coinbase, CEO Brian Armstrong formed as a software architect in the artifice blockage administration of Airbnb. Today his aggregation is on the acceleration admitting crumbling bitcoin prices. Coinbase, a agenda wallet acclimated to buy and administer the agenda currency raised a $75 actor annular in January — a record-breaking bulk for a bitcoin aggregation at the time. Investors accommodate the New York Banal Exchange, Andreessen Horowitz, and banks USAA and BBVA, and the round supposedly puts Coinbase’s bulk at $400 million.
Company: Luxe Valet
Co-founded by Curtis Lee and Craig Martin, Luxe Aide wants to booty the altercation out of parking. The app, which calls accession to esplanade your car for you with aloof a click, is acrimonious up steam, even against competition from agnate on-demand aide companies. It raised $20 actor in a Series A allotment round in February, and is continuing to aggrandize into new markets.
The abstraction was built-in afterwards cofounder Curtis Lee and his wife spent 30 account analytic for a parking amplitude in San Francisco one night, about missing their banquet reservations. “Circling is not acceptable for anybody,” he told Forbes.
Anyone who’s anytime had to lug a amalgamation to the column appointment knows how annoying it can be. But with Shyp, all that altercation goes away. The startup is reinventing the aircraft process; instead of schlepping your boxes to UPS, Shyp picks them up for a $5 collapsed fee additional shipping.
CEO Kevin Gibbon’s adolescent co-founders Joshua Scott and Jack Smith agilely larboard the aggregation beforehand this year due to disagreements. Prior to Shyp, Gibbon led the engineering aggregation that created Boeing’s aboriginal iPad app accustomed for cockpit use and additionally founded Shoparound, a top 100 ranked iPhone app.
Shyp raised $50 actor in a Series B annular of funding earlier this year, with investors including SherpaVentures and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. In the accomplished year, the aggregation has increased its cardinal of shipments by about 500% and continues to grow.
Meerket CEO Ben Rubin has had his easily abounding afresh acknowledgment to Twitter’s barrage of his bigger rival, Periscope. Despite Perisciope’s avant-garde features, like the adeptness to epitomize videos, Meerkat cofounder Ben Rubin is assured there’s amplitude for both to thrive. Aback he begin out Twitter was ablution its competition, he says “it was Saturday – all the aggregation went aback to the appointment to get accessible to dive in.”
Perhaps it’s Rubin’s optimistic attitude that has helped accompany his startup such quick success. He told Business Insider, “If article excites you, I’m abiding there’s 10 teams alive on it already. And if Twitter is one of them, that agency you’re on a acceptable path.”
Meerkat makes it easier than anytime to allotment alive video with your accompany and followers. Aloof accessible the app, bang “stream,” and allotment whatever you’re accomplishing with friends. The accepted app, which launched in March, raised $18.2 actor in funding and has about 2 actor users.
Though DoorDash is a meal-delivery service, CEO and co-founder Tony Xu envisions the aggregation accretion to become a commitment account for all kinds of goods— like FedEx or UPS, but with same-day delivery. By absorption on the acumen of able delivery, Xu hopes to actualize infastructure able of all-embracing delivery.
DoorDash, the startup co-founded in a Stanford abode allowance by Xu with Evan Moore, Stanley Tang, and Andry Fang that delivers aliment from bounded restaurants, raised $40 actor in March from a annular of allotment led by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. Unlike added meal-delivery services, DoorDash provides its own drivers, which makes it accessible to adjustment from restaurants that aren’t available on places like GrubHub.
Earlier this year, data-management startup Domo appear a $200 actor Series D annular of costs led by BlackRock that brought its absolute allotment up to $450 million. It’s now admired at about $2 billion.
Founder Josh James captivated Domo in stealth access for about bristles years to accumulate the antagonism at bay while he built a belvedere for accession and visualizing business data, authoritative it accessible for admiral to brush and understand. Though Domo has alone 1,000 barter compared to competitor Tableau Software’s 23,000, he said that Domo “makes a academy boilerplate acquirement per chump than Tableau does” during Re/code’s Code/Enterprise: San Francisco event.
Instacart CEO Apoorva Mehta formed as a accomplishment admission architect at Amazon for two years afore abrogation to become an entrepreneur. He faced abounding startup failures afore award success with Instacart and abstruse that, “The acumen to alpha a aggregation is not aloof to alpha a company. It’s to breach a botheration that you affliction about.”
Often dubbed “Uber for groceries,” Instacart eliminates the allegation to anytime set aliment in a grocery store. For $3.99 additional your bill, the account will bear your abounding amount of groceries, best by a claimed client at bounded aliment like Accomplished Foods and Costco.
The startup, co-founded by Apoorva Mehta, Max Mullen, and Brandon Leonardo, is valued at $2 billion, conspicuously bringing in a $220 actor annular of funding in December, afterward a $44 actor annular led by Andreessen Horowitz in June. And it’s still on the rise: Instacart is in 15 cities and affairs to abide growing in those places while accretion to others.
Formerly the CEO of Hulu, Barge cofounder Jason Kilar is no drifter to video-streaming services, and he affairs to booty the Hulu Additional archetypal and optimize it for a younger, adaptable audience with Vessel. The new video-subscription service launched in March with over 135 YouTubers on board.
Co-founded by Jason Kilar and Richard Tom, Barge lets users watch short-form videos, like music videos or TV segments, 72 hours aboriginal for $2.99 a month. The company raised a boatload of banknote afore it alike launched and a $57.5 actor Series B annular in April led by Institutional Adventure Partners. The adolescent startup has raised $132.5 million total.
Lyft co-founder and CEO Logan Green has consistently been absorbed by busline basement and has activated a array of ride-sharing companies aback alpha academy at UC Santa Barbara in 2002, with the ambition of revolutionizing accessible busline systems worldwide. He says that Lyft took off acknowledgment to its simple adaptable interface and effortless user acquaintance it offers.
It was a huge year for Lyft: It raised two aloft circuit of funding — $530 actor in March and accession $150 actor from Carl Icahn in May — rebranded with a added adult look, and appear huge advance for the company. And in March, the ride-hailing account accomplished a $2.5 billion valuation, authoritative it one of Silicon Valley’s growing cardinal of unicorns.
Though the startup, co-founded by Logan Green and John Zimmer, still faces serious competition from Uber, it continues to prove itself a aces opponent.
Deerah Pandey founded Nutanix in 2009 aback he accomplished that Google, Facebook, and Amazon were far advanced of their antagonism partially due to abstracts centermost software that these companies had written, that best companies could not acquiesce to architecture on their own. Nutanix would accommodate accumulator and analytics casework to these added companies.
Enterprise virtualization and accumulator aggregation Nutanix became of the aboriginal action unicorns of 2014, with a valuation of $2 billion. The aggregation aloft over $141 actor in 2014, and $312 actor to date from investors including Lightspeed Adventure partners, Blumberg Capital, Khosla Ventures, and Goldman Sachs.
Nutanix has become so emblematic of acknowledged action accouterments companies that, in Silicon Valley, added startups dream of acceptable “the Nutanix of” their markets. Nutanix additionally has affairs to booty bottomward bounden VMware. The two companies are acutely competitive.
CEO Chris Wanstrath is a self-taught coder who dropped out of college to accompany a career in software development. An alive contour on GitHub — his software-development apparatus that allows users to coact — has become a accepted destination for Valley programmers to assignment and get hired.
In mid-June, Bloomberg Business appear that GitHub, co-founded by Wanstrath and PJ Hyett, was raising a $200 actor round at a appraisal of about $2 billion. GitHub has not put out a statement, but rumors advance that the annular is actuality led by Andreessen Horowitz, the aforementioned close that led GitHub’s aboriginal allotment annular aback in 2012 aback it aloft $100 million.
Oracle architect Larry Ellison stepped bottomward from his CEO role in September and was succeeded by Hurd and Catz, who took over as co-CEOs. Ellison charcoal as administrator and CTO of the company; Catz, who was ahead co-president and CFO, is now the world’s highest-paid changeable executive; Hurd has been with Answer aback 2010 and was ahead the CEO of HP.
Catz and Hurd accept a big eyes for the administration of the company, and their dispatch up led to the banal hitting an best high. While Catz has said there would be “no cogent changes” in the company, Hurd credibility out that two CEOs are bigger than one as the aggregation needs “a lot of leadership.” Nonetheless, Ellison still agilely runs the appearance for the time being.
Company: Virtual Instruments
John Thompson is the CEO of a five-year-old startup alleged Virtual Instruments, which offers software that helps big companies accumulate their best important applications from crashing.
Thompson had a huge improvement in 2014 aback he was alleged administrator of Microsoft. Thompson led the Microsoft CEO chase committee, ultimately hiring Satya Nadella aftermost year. He has been a huge backer of Nadella, auspicious him to cycle out initiatives at Microsoft.
VI is on clue to hit $100 actor in revenue. Thompson began at IBM and afterwards became CEO of Symantec, and grew Symantec from $600 actor to $6 billion in acquirement aback he larboard in 2009.
CEO Marissa Mayer was assassin at Beast to save the crumbling company, and aback July 2012 she has sucessfully tripled the company’s banal price. Though she has done abundant to accord to the company, there are uncomfirmed rumors that Mayer may be planning to advertise Yahoo.
In September, Alibaba went public. Investors in Beast accepted Alibaba’s accessible bulk to accelerate Yahoo’s banal soaring. But afterwards Alibaba’s debut, Yahoo’s banal crashed.
Months later, Yahoo unveiled a plan to circuit off its actual 15% stake in Alibaba, tax-free, into a public, absolute advance aggregation alleged SpinCo. Beast shareholders would accept shares “distributed pro rata,” which agency they’d own shares in two companies.
Reed Hastings founded Netflix in 1997. In April of 2015, the company’s banal prices rose to over $530, authoritative its architect and CEO’s shares account added than $1 billion.
Netflix has been crushing the online-streaming-video category. The aggregation aloft a $1.5 billion annular of debt costs in February to aftermath added aboriginal content. Wall Street additionally can’t get abundant of it: Aback account bankrupt in May that Netflix may be entering China, its banal jumped to an best high. A ages later, its stock broke a new record.
Netflix has alike partnered with Marriott Hotels so you can watch movies and TV shows from the Netflix app while on vacation. The aggregation afresh launched a new website design.
In September, Angel appear partnerships with a cardinal of retailers and payments companies for its Angel Pay service. Amid them was Stripe, a five-year-old mobile-payments startup co-founded by brothers Patrick and John Collison.
As the founders see it, their startup is allowance to accompany about an Internet abridgement that should already exist. 24-year old CEO Patrick Collison said, “It’s allotment of the affiance of what the Internet should enable.”
Recently, Stripe has been in talks to accession a allotment annular that could see the payments company, which has ahead raised $190 million in adventure capital, reach a appraisal of $5 billion.
Mark Pincus is aback on top. Though he stepped bottomward as CEO of gaming aggregation Zynga beneath than two years ago, the billionaire resumed his CEO role in April. Pincus launched Zynga in 2007 and begin success through acclaimed amateur “FarmVille” and “Words With Friends.”
However, the aggregation bootless to acclimate to changes in the gaming mural and its banal fell tremendously. But with Pincus aback at the helm, things are shifting, and it looks like it’s for the better. Zynga beat balance estimates for Q1.
A Princeton alum with a Harvard MBA, Meg Whitman fabricated her affluence as the CEO of eBay afore aing Hewlett-Packard in 2011. Last year, Whitman got a $1.5 actor raise and a $4.3 actor bonus.
HP appear that it would be undergoing massive multiyear layoffs in 2012. Aback then, the aggregation has alone 48,000 employees. It’s on its way to eliminating 55,000 by October. And in November, Whitman will breach HP into two companies, and the layoffs will acceptable continue.
Whitman has also said she’ll be affective added jobs from HP’s Action Casework unit offshore after HP splits in two.
Though he’s faced several ups and downs in his career, Parker Conrad’s hub-and-spokes archetypal — give Zenefits abroad and advertise casework through it — is proving able as the aggregation continues to grow.
Zenefits, a startup aimed at authoritative authoritative tasks such as amount and allowances easier, is abstraction up to be one of the fastest-growing billow companies ever, in agreement of both acquirement of cardinal of users. In May, it raised $500 million in Series C funding, bringing the company’s appraisal up to $4.5 billion. However, it reportedly alone generated $20 actor in 2014. Alone two years old, Zenefits employs 1,000 bodies and has 10,000 customers. Parker Conrad co-founded the startup with Laks Srini.
When Page took over as Google’s CEO, he capital to reinvigorate the company’s vision. Today the aggregation continues to boss search, makes a ton of money with ads, and is arch a cardinal of added avant-garde projects, including Google Glass. In the accomplished year, Google generated about $18 billion in profits — money that Page will be able to use to advanced his admirable visions for acceding internet admission to the world.
Page additionally appointed senior carnality admiral of artefact Sundar Pichai to acceptable the “second best important being in the company,” abrogation Page chargeless to accomplish his admirable visions a reality.
Under Brian Chesky’s leadership, Airbnb has developed to over 1,200,000 listings in 190 countries. He is in allegation of alive the company’s vision, strategy, and growth— a accomplishment he has been accomplishing successfully, because that Airbnb is at the beginning of the administration abridgement and is revolutionizing the accommodation industry.
With at atomic $1.5 billion each, Airbnb founders Nathan Blecharczyk, Joe Gebbia, and Brian Chesky are some of the world’s youngest billionaires. The home-sharing site raised $475 actor in Series D funding last year and it is now adopting at a accounted $24 billion valuation. It’s accessible in 34,000 cities and been acclimated by added than 30 actor guests.
Ben Silbermann, CEO of Pinterest, describes his website as a “visual analysis tool.” He founded Pinterest in 2010 and begin accepting in an agog user-base, mainly in the mid-west, afore it was accepted by the tech crowd.
The online scrap-booking armpit that lets users acclimate photo pins assimilate altered boards, is now worth $11 billion after raising a $367 actor annular of allotment in March, followed by accession $186 actor in May. Investors accommodate Andreessen Horowitz, Fidelity Investments, and Bessemer Adventure Partners.
The site, co-founded by Ben Silbermann and Evan Sharp, continues to abound and acclimate its business model, best afresh absolution new options for advertisers. Instead of aloof allotment to pay for angle or clicks on answer pins, advertisers can choose to pay with a cost-per-engagement archetypal or cost-per-action model. Pinterest aloof absent its arch of partnerships however, Joanne Bradford. The rumor is Pinterest wasn’t breeding as abundant acquirement as it should have.
Zuckerberg has been talking up Internet.org, his plan to accompany bargain Internet admission to millions of bodies in developing countries, every adventitious he gets. Despite authoritative changes to abode net-neutrality concerns, he accustomed criticism for the project. Facebook’s architect and CEO responded to this criticism by anecdotic the naysayers as bodies who put the “intellectual abstention of technology aloft people’s needs.”
At Facebook’s anniversary F8 developers’ conference, David Marcus, who was assassin from PayPal to arch up messaging articles at Facebook, made big announcements regarding the Facebook Messenger app — amplification into e-commerce and adaptable payments central the app. This year, Facebook additionally acquired a video startup called QuickFire, which could let it booty on Siri.
James Esplanade is the CEO of Fitbit, the maker of the accepted fettle trackers. The aggregation was founded in 2007 with the purpose of alarming users to alive a healthier, added alive life.
After filing to go public in May, the Fitbit made its admission as a accessible aggregation this month. Fitbit opened at $30.40 a share, up 52%. The aggregation had priced its IPO at $20 a share, aloft expectations. Its aperture amount admired the aggregation at $6.3 billion.
According to its IPO filing, Fitbit acceptable $745.4 actor in revenues aftermost year, awash 10.9 actor devices, and had about 7 actor paid alive users.
Companies: SpaceX, Tesla Motors
Elon Musk has been busy. Aftermost summer he appear he would be architecture a SolarCity bulb in Buffalo, New York. The ability will be “one of the distinct better solar console assembly plants in the world,” Musk said.
In addition, Musk appear he’d be architecture a five-mile-long Hyperloop clue in Texas, advised for companies and acceptance to analysis his architecture for a super-fast busline arrangement that will move bodies at 500 afar per hour in little “pods.” Accession Hyperloop clue is set to be congenital starting in 2016, center amid San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Before aing Hortonworks, Rob Bearden was the arch operating administrator of SpringSource and JBoss, two of the best acknowledged accessible antecedent companies in history. His accepted company, HortonWorks, went accessible in December. HortonWorks distributes and supports an open-source technology alleged Hadoop, which was invented at Beast to abundance and align huge amounts of web abstracts on bargain hardware.
Hortonworks priced at $16 on its aperture day and jumped about 50% to over $24. HortonWorks aloft about $100 actor and was admired at about $1 billion at the time it went public.
Mikkel Svane is the CEO of Zendesk, an action cloud-based customer-service software aggregation that handles businesses’ abstruse and chump support. He took his aggregation accessible in May 2014 despite aboriginal 2014′s all-a-quiver SaaS market. He told his co-founders, “We should aloof do it because we can. This is a big challenge, but we should booty on the claiming because we can.” Svane’s aplomb paid off.
Zendesk concluded up appraisement its shares at $9, abundant beneath than the $12.50 per allotment it admired itself at aloof a brace months before. But Zendesk shares popped 49% on the day the aggregation went accessible and accept jumped about 150% so far. Zendesk, co-founded by Mikkel Svan, Alexander Aghassipour, and Morten Primdahl, is now account almost $1.7 billion.
When Box appear its announcement aftermost year, it shocked the tech association with its aerial bake rate. Afterwards dabbling its IPO several times, it assuredly got out the aperture and went accessible this year. “I’m active the activity I dreamed of as a 12-year-old. I don’t accept hobbies. I appetite to body a big company, and this is it,” Levie told Forbes’ Victoria Barret.
Box, co-founded by Levie and Dylan Smith, offers online accumulator and certificate accord accoutrement for enterprises. The aggregation went accessible in January, and investors ate up its stock. Box opened at $20.20, up 44%. Its IPO was priced at $14. On its aboriginal day, it bankrupt at $23.23, up 66%.
Stewart Butterfield originally rose to bulge acknowledgment to his allotment in co-founding Flickr. His latest venture, Slack, was originally an centralized apparatus acclimated by his aggregation at Tiny Speck, the aggregation that fabricated the multiplayer d Glitch, but Butterfield absitively to circuit it out into its own artefact and company.
Slack is a workplace-communication app with group- and private-chat features, that lets users allotment files and assignment collaboratively.
Slack’s advance as an action advice tool has been organic — it hasn’t spent any money on marketing. It’s one of the fastest-growing action apps of all time. Slack afresh accepted that it aloft $160 actor at a $2.8 billion valuation. That agency it added than angled its bulk aback October, when it aloft $120 actor at a $1.12 billion valuation.
More than aloof a self-made billionaire CEO, Marc Benioff is a force for according rights. Afresh he fabricated account for his plan to ensure according pay for both men and women at Salesforce, through which the aggregation will appraise the salaries of all 16,000 employees. “My job is to accomplish abiding that women are advised 100% appropriately at Salesforce in pay, opportunity, and advancement,” he said.
He also made waves when he threatened to abate the company’s advance in Indiana afterwards the accompaniment anesthetized a law that accustomed business owners to debris account to gay affiliated couples. Pressure from Benioff and added business leaders eventually helped convince Indiana assembly to alter the law.
Benioff is admired as a tech visionary, and his aggregation continues to see almanac growth. Salesforce concluded its aftermost budgetary year with $5.37 billion in revenue, a aloft anniversary for a 100% cloud-computing company. He’s additionally a aloft force in his home boondocks of San Francisco: The Salesforce Tower is beneath architecture and will be the tallest architecture in the burghal aback done, and a childrens’ hospital alleged afterwards Benioff opened earlier this year.
Woodman became a billionaire aback GoPro went public, and his accomplished ancestors became millionaires too. Woodman’s company, which makes wearable sports cameras, priced its IPO at $24 a share when it went accessible in June at a $2.6 billion valuation.
Company: Lending Club
Renaud Laplanche is the CEO of Lending Club, one of the world’s bigger online lending marketplaces. Laplanche founded Lending Club to let bodies accommodate bargain costs to their peers. Now, it lets institutional investors do the same.
Last year, Lending Club’s IPO was the better amid all US tech companies. The online acclaim marketplace raised $870 actor in its IPO aftermost December. Today, it’s admired at $6.5 billion.
Companies: Twitter (interim), Square
One of Twitter’s founders, Jack Dorsey was named the company’s acting CEO this spring. Embattled CEO Dick Costolo appear that he would be dispatch bottomward able July 1. Dorsey, who is additionally the CEO of payments aggregation Square, said he would advance both companies concurrently. We accept been apperception as to how Dorsey will administer to run two multi-billion-dollar companies simultaneously.
Just afterwards account bankrupt that Dorsey would footfall in as Twitter’s acting CEO, letters alike that Square was planning to go public. Sources say the aggregation may accept already filed a arcane allotment certificate with the SEC, which is acceptable for companies with beneath than $1 billion in revenue. Square’s best contempo fundraise came backward aftermost year, aback it aloft $150 actor at a appear $6 billion valuation.
Last October, Angel CEO Tim Cook fabricated after-effects and was lauded by activist groups when he came out as gay, acceptable the aboriginal and alone aboveboard gay CEO in the Affluence 500.
Over the accomplished year, Angel has formed out two aloft new articles beneath Tim Cook’s leadership, the iPhone 6 and the Angel Watch. In addition, Angel has appear affairs to breach into music alive with the barrage of Apple Music. It additionally appear iOS 9 and formed out a new band of MacBooks.
Uber, the best admired clandestine tech aggregation in the world, is accepted for its amazon CEO, Travis Kalanick. He believes that the busline arrangement is broken, and he aims to fix it, as he told Vanity Fair: “I’m a amorous entrepreneur. I’m like blaze and brimstone sometimes. And so there are times aback I’ll go— I’ll get into the weeds and too into the debate, because I’m so amorous about it.”
The 5-year-old ride-hailing company, which has raised $5.9 billion at a $41 billion valuation, could anon be account as abundant as $50 billion with a new banknote infusion.
Uber operates in 311 cities and 58 countries. While the aggregation is alive to affected authoritative hurdles, Uber has its architect set on affairs bigger than aloof chauffeured transportation. The aggregation has formed out appearance like UberEATS and UberRush to analysis out acumen and commitment services. In May, Uber poached 40 Carnegie Mellon robotics researchers for its own Pittsburgh-based labs. Presumably, this will acquiesce Uber to actualize self-driving cars.
When she was a green at Stanford in 2003, Elizabeth Holmes founded healthcare-technology aggregation Theranos (a few months later, she alone out to focus on the company). Today, she’s America’s youngest changeable billionaire with a net account of $4.6 billion.
Theranos is a $9 billion biotech aggregation that has a new access to claret testing. Its ambition is to accomplish analytic testing cheaper and faster. Theranos wants to conduct claret tests for bloom issues through a distinct feel stick rather than by accepting to draw vials of claret in a doctor’s office. Theranos has fatigued skepticism from the accurate association in allotment because Theranos is active about how its tests absolutely work. But for now, Holmes is on top of the world. Today, her claret tests are acclimated in places like Walgreens.
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