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POWER PLAYERS: Here are the executives leading the world's largest companies through transformative change

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  • The world of business is changing rapidly.
  • At each major company, there’s usually a relatively small group of individuals charged with shepherding their employer through that change. 
  • Business Insider regularly details the power players at major companies. You can read them all by subscribing to BI Prime.

Here are the power players to know at:

  • Amazon’s advertising business: Amazon wants to give Facebook and Google a run for their money in advertising — here are the 6 execs making it happen
  • Comcast: Meet the power players of Comcast who will do battle with Disney and Google in the year ahead
  • Disney: Meet the power players of the Disney-Fox merger, who will lead its iconic franchises into the future and do battle with Netflix
  • Facebook’s engineering division: Meet 16 of Facebook’s most important engineers, working on its biggest products and guiding its future
  • Facebook alumni: Meet the 19 former Facebook employees and executives who are now leading some of the hottest enterprise startups in the world
  • Google: The 15 most powerful women at Google
  • Google: Google is building a media and entertainment empire — here are 10 stars leading the effort
  • Google: Meet Google’s 14 ‘unsung rockstars’ who insiders say are about to blow up
  • Microsoft: Meet the power players at Microsoft who helped Satya Nadella pull off a startling turnaround
  • Netflix: Meet the power players at Netflix leading the streaming giant’s defense against Disney and other rivals
  • Salesforce: Meet the Salesforce power players who are helping Marc Benioff take his empire to the next level
  • Snap: Meet the new power players who help CEO Evan Spiegel run Snap Inc.

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