In just three years he and his partners have backed basically every important social media company — from Facebook and Twitter, to FourSquare and AirBnB. And they've already made a healthy return on their investments in Instagram , Groupon and Zynga . And let's not forget that Andreessen was one of the big thinkers of the first wave of Internet disruption: he co-founded Netscape. Though Andreessen won't be able to comment specifically on the Facebook IPO , because of the quiet period, we're sure to hear what he thinks is the next Facebook.
We can also look forward to a keynote conversation, with Twitter CEO Dick Costolo . Not only will he shed light on Twitter's business strategy, but his interviews are also quite funny; he's a rare Silicon Valley CEO who trained as a stand-up comic.
Not all disruptors come from Silicon Valley: James Dyson, the inventor behind Dyson vacuum cleaners will take the stage.
We'll also hear from Alan Mulally, CEO of Ford . He'll be talking about the car as "The Ultimate Mobile App" with Wired Editor-in-chief Chris Anderson.Page 2 of 3 | Prev Page | Next Page