Yahoo Finance All Markets Summit

Join us for the Yahoo Finance All Markets Summit: The Path Forward on Monday October 25th from 9:00am - 5:00pm ET. This virtual and in-person event will be anchored from the Nasdaq in New York City and will bring together leaders in business, government, academia, and a lot more, who are shaping and defining new dynamics and driving positive change in business and society as a whole. For information or questions about Yahoo Finance events, including speaking and sponsorship opportunities, please email AMS@YAHOOFINANCE.COM.


  • Michael Corbat

    Former Citigroup CEO

    Has been Citi’s CEO since 2012. He runs one of the largest consumer and investment banking groups in the world. As one of the ‘big four’ U.S. banks, Citi manages approximately 200 million customer accounts and activities in more than 160 countries.

  • Corie Barry

    Best Buy CEO

    Joined Best Buy in 1999 and held a number of financial and operational roles across the company before being promoted to CEO in 2019. Barry is only the fifth CEO in Best Buy’s 53-year history, and one of a small number of women who lead a Fortune 500 company.

  • Dr. Anthony Fauci

    National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases Director

    As one of the world's leading experts on infectious diseases Fauci has advised six U.S. presidents on HIV/AIDS and many other domestic and global health issues, including most recently the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Beth Ford

    Land O’Lakes CEO

    Since 2018 Ford has run Land O’Lakes which is one of the largest food and agricultural cooperatives in the U.S. Ford has managed the farming sector through multiple recent challenges including COVID-19, tariffs, and extreme weather.

  • Bill Gates

    Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Co-chair

    The Microsoft co-founder is one of the world’s most well known and respected philanthropists. His organization’s programs work across the globe in several key areas including health, education, economic development, and gender equality.

  • Doug McMillon

    Walmart CEO

    Started at Walmart as a teenager nearly 30 years ago unloading trucks for an hourly wage. President and CEO since 2014, is leading Walmart through some of the biggest changes in consumer spending habits in generations. As the U.S.’s biggest employer he’s championed many socio economic issues including wage hikes, expanded educational and healthcare benefits, and tackling climate change.


    Rock The Bells Founder & CEO

    Actor, entrepreneur, best-selling author, and the first rapper to receive a Kennedy Center Honor. Two-time Grammy® Award winner with ten consecutive platinum-plus selling albums, NAACP Image Award winner and avid philanthropist. Currently stars in the hit CBS TV series NCIS: Los Angeles and curates SiriusXM’s ‘LL COOL J’s Rock The Bells Radio’.

  • Shantanu Narayen

    Adobe CEO

    Joined Adobe in 1998 as vice president and general manager of its engineering technology group, became president and COO in 2005 and CEO in 2007. Narayen leads one of the world’s biggest and most diversified software companies and is driving Adobe’s digital leadership in a world transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Asahi Pompey

    Goldman Sachs Foundation President

    Joined Goldman Sachs in 2006, was named Managing Director in 2010, and partner in 2018. The Goldman Sachs Foundation is a global philanthropic organization aimed at improving the lives of young people worldwide through entrepreneurship and education.

  • Ray Dalio

    Bridgewater Associates Founder

    One of the most influential investors in the world today. Dalio started Bridgewater out of his two-bedroom apartment in New York in 1975 and under his leadership has grown the firm into the world's largest hedge fund. He’s also an author, active philanthropist and conservationist.

  • Ed Bastian

    Delta Air Lines CEO

    20-year Delta veteran, and CEO since 2016, Bastian is leading 75,000+ employees and tens of millions of customers worldwide through the greatest challenges for the airline industry in history. With a fleet of 830 aircraft Delta is one of the world’s biggest airlines.

  • Gary Cohn

    Fmr. White House National Economic Council Director

    As President Trump’s top economic advisor, Cohn managed the President’s economic policy agenda and led the Administration’s successful effort to grow the U.S. economy, create jobs and increase wages through historic tax and regulatory reform.

  • Hans Vestberg

    Verizon CEO

    Verizon CEO since August 2018 and has led the revolution in next-generation communications deploying first-in-the-world 5G home and mobile technology. Vestberg is also a leading voice on climate change, digital health, and a passionate proponent for equality and social justice.

  • Dany Garcia

    XFL Co-Owner; The Garcia Companies Chairwoman and CEO

    Recently bought the XFL with her ex-husband and longtime business partner Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, and the private equity firm RedBird Capital. Garcia is the first female pro sports league owner and plans to reboot the XFL as a serious competitor to the NFL.

  • Chris Nassetta

    Hilton CEO

    Has been with Hilton since 2007 and manages 6,200 properties with close to a million hotel rooms in 188 countries amid unprecedented challenges for the travel and tourism industry. Nassetta is also Chairman of the World Travel & Tourism Council.

  • Wes Moore

    Robin Hood Foundation CEO

    Since April 2017 has run Robin Hood which is one of the largest anti-poverty organizations in the U.S. He’s author of the acclaimed best-selling book ‘The Other Wes Moore’, an entrepreneur, a decorated U.S. Army combat veteran, and a strong advocate for veterans.

  • Glenn Fogel

    Booking Holdings CEO

    With Booking Holdings since 2000 and CEO since 2017. Heads a world leader in travel and services with brands including, priceline, KAYAK, OpenTable,, and 844 million room nights were booked across Booking Holdings in 2019.

  • Adena Friedman

    Nasdaq CEO

    Became President and CEO of Nasdaq in 2017. Friedman brings more than 20 years of industry leadership to the Nasdaq keeping it ahead in a fiercely competitive world. Under her leadership she’s transformed the Nasdaq into a leading global exchange with operations across six continents.

  • Paul Scialla

    International WELL Building Institute Founder; Delos Founder & CEO

    A Wall Street veteran, Paul’s passion for altruistic capitalism and sustainability led him to found Delos, merging the world’s largest asset class – real estate – with the world’s fastest growing industry – wellness. Paul is also Founder of IWBI, which runs the globally adopted WELL Building Standard to improve health and wellbeing in buildings.

  • David Rubenstein

    Carlyle Group Co-Founder

    In 1987 co-founded The Carlyle Group, one of the world’s largest and most successful private equity firms managing $217B in assets from 32 locations around the world. Rubenstein is an active philanthropist and one of the original signatories of The Giving Pledge.

  • Ellie Rubenstein

    Manna Tree CEO and Co-Founder

    Started her private equity firm in 2018 with the mission to invest in companies that produce sustainable and healthy food. Her company is mostly women led and in April 2020 announced it had raised $141.5M for its first fund.

  • Emmanuel Acho

    Fox Sports analyst; ‘Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man’ Host

    Former NFL linebacker, drafted by the Cleveland Browns in 2012, played for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2013. Acho is an analyst for Fox Sports 1 and he's the host and producer of the acclaimed series ‘Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man’.

  • Bill Dudley

    Former New York Fed President

    Served as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York from 2009-2018 and as vice-chairman of the Federal Open Market Committee during the same period. Prior to his time at the Fed Dudley was the long-time chief U.S. economist at Goldman Sachs.

  • Carly Fiorina

    Carly Fiorina Enterprises CEO

    Through decades in corporate America, including as the first female CEO of a Fortune 50 corporation at Hewlett Packard, and her 2016 Presidential run, the business luminary specializes in problem solving and decision making. Today, she advises companies on equitable workplaces, high-performing teams, and the fundamentals of leadership.

  • Glenn Hutchins

    North Island Chairman; Co-Founder Silver Lake Partners

    Co-founded Silver Lake in 1999 which is one of the world's largest private equity firms investing in technology companies, now runs North Island with his son James. Hutchins serves on several boards and is a part owner of the Boston Celtics.

  • James Hutchins

    North Island Ventures Co-Founder

    Runs his newly launched North Island Ventures with his father Silver Lake co-founder Glenn Hutchins. North Island recently led an equity fundraising round for Digital Assets Data, a financial technology and data company focused on the crypto-asset industry.

  • Anne Walsh

    Guggenheim Chief Investment Officer of Fixed Income

    Named by Barron’s as one the most Influential Women in Finance, Walsh joined Guggenheim in 2007 and oversees $185+B in fixed-income investments. A longstanding proponent of encouraging more women to join the financial services industry.

  • Rob Falzon

    Prudential Vice Chairman

    Oversees the finance, risk, investments, actuarial, communications, information & technology, and corporate social responsibility at Prudential. Falzon joined Prudential in 1983 and is currently a member of Prudential’s board of directors.

  • Chris Paul

    National Basketball Players Association President; Entrepreneur and Philanthropist

    Ten-time NBA All-Star and two-time Olympic gold medalist with thriving business endeavors including Ohh Dip!!! Productions and a founding investor & partner in PlayersTV. Paul is co-chair of When We All Vote, a non-partisan organization to increase voter participation, and a champion of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

  • Gary Vaynerchuk

    VaynerMedia CEO

    A serial entrepreneur, CEO, best-selling author, tech investor, influential marketer, and public speaker. Among other endeavors Vaynerchuk is the chairman of VaynerX, a media and communications holding company, and the CEO of VaynerMedia, an advertising agency servicing Fortune 100 clients.

  • Nela Richardson

    Edward Jones Principal and Investment Strategist

    Joined Edward Jones in 2018 and was named an Edward Jones principal in 2020. Richardson is the firm’s investment strategist, analyzing and interpreting economic trends and market conditions, identifying risks and opportunities, and recommending strategies to help clients reach their long-term financial goals.

  • Guru Gowrappan

    Verizon Media CEO

    Runs the division of Verizon creating what’s next in content, advertising and technology - with brands including Yahoo, TechCrunch and HuffPost. Gowrappan is a strong supporter of diversity and inclusion, and is active in conservation by leading and supporting causes protecting the environment.


  • Brian Cheung

    Yahoo Finance


  • Alexis Christoforous

    Yahoo Finance


  • Akiko Fujita

    Yahoo Finance


  • Zack Guzman

    Yahoo Finance

    Anchor and Senior Writer

  • Julie Hyman

    Yahoo Finance


  • Anjalee Khemlani

    Yahoo Finance

    Senior Reporter

  • Julia La Roche

    Yahoo Finance


  • Sibile Marcellus

    Yahoo Finance


  • Kristin Myers

    Yahoo Finance


  • Rick Newman

    Yahoo Finance

    Senior Columnist

  • Andy Serwer

    Yahoo Finance


  • Adam Shapiro

    Yahoo Finance


  • Seana Smith

    Yahoo Finance


  • Brian Sozzi

    Yahoo Finance



  • Stephen Schwarzman

    Blackstone CEO

  • Valerie Jarrett

    Fmr. Sr. Advisor to President Obama

  • Adena Friedman

    Nasdaq CEO

  • Larry Fink

    BlackRock CEO

  • Ken Langone

    Home Depot Co-founder

  • Roger Ferguson, Jr.


  • Kellyanne Conway

    Counselor to President Trump

  • Barry Diller

    IAC Chairman

  • Wilbur Ross

    U.S. Commerce Secretary

  • Neera Tanden

    Center for American Progress

  • Bethenny Frankel

    Entrepreneur, Author, Philanthropist

  • Kenneth C. Frazier

    Merck CEO

  • Mark Warner

    (D) Virginia, Senate Intelligence Cmte

  • Neel Kashkari

    Minneapolis Federal Reserve President