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Recode 100

Can employee activism change Google? Revisiting the employee walkout one year later.

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The Recode 100

The people in tech, business and media who mattered in 2017.

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Alex Zhu proved that you don’t need to be Facebook to become a social media hit

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How we made the Recode 100

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The Terrible 10: Those who might have made the Recode 100 if they weren’t quite so awful

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Matt and Ross Duffer’s cult hit ‘Stranger Things’ solidified Netflix as the content creator to watch

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Alastair Westgarth is the man with the internet balloons

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Sarah Tavel is seen as the future of one of Silicon Valley’s most prestigious venture firms

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‘White hat’ hacker Amanda Rousseau hacks back at malicious software

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Lauren Gross — not Peter Thiel — is steering Founders Fund

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Chris Urmson is developing the brains for self-driving cars

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Daniela Perdomo helps you text when disaster strikes

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James Freeman sold Blue Bottle without selling out

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David Drummond is watching over Alphabet’s deals

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You can thank Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick for the internet’s addiction to gaming

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Kirsten Green’s early bet on direct-to-consumer commerce brands keeps paying off

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Tristan Walker introduced a hair-care system for women of color — with an assist from Sephora

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Bryan Johnson wants to put a chip in your brain

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IA’s Michael Beckerman is the voice of Silicon Valley in Washington, D.C.

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Digital ads weren’t paying the bill for Jack Conte. Now his Patreon is making real money for online artists.

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April Reign has become a force of nature on Twitter

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Chamath Palihapitiya is controversial, opinionated and, yes, influential in shaping how Silicon Valley thinks about investing

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Doug Mack and Fanatics have created a new breed of retailer

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Qi Lu is opening the road for self-driving cars

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Supreme’s James Jebbia is still king of the streetwear ‘drop’

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Peter Szulczewski’s Wish has the attention of Amazon, Alibaba, eBay and Walmart

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Under Jason Droege, UberEats was a bright spot in Uber’s otherwise scandal-ridden year

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Jonathan Greenblatt is the man trying to shut down extremists online

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Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen turned Axios into an overnight media success story

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Tuft & Needle’s JT Marino and Daehee Park play nice with Amazon

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Chris Liddell is Trump’s man behind efforts to modernize the whole government

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Kyle Vogt holds the keys to GM’s self-driving ambitions

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Marc Stad, behind the scenes, is winning ownership stakes in Silicon Valley’s hottest companies

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Clifford Levy is the glue behind the New York Times’ digital transformation

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Dara Khosrowshahi’s path to becoming Uber’s CEO may have come as a surprise, but he may be the leader the company needs

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Michael Barbaro is the star of The Daily, the New York Times’ breakout podcast hit

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Tiffani Ashley Bell keeps the water on

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Stefan Heck’s little-known startup, Nauto, works to make cars safer today and self-driving tomorrow

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Microsoft’s Brad Smith is leading the tech industry into battle on privacy and immigration

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Toby Sun wants the future of transportation to be on two wheels