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13 Super-Hot People Who Happen To Be CEOs

Brains and beauty and global powerhouses?! \SDSLDNF:OITSDKFNS:K.

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1. Co-founder and CEO of Snapchat, Evan Spiegel

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Age: 23

Claim to fame: Founded Snapchat with partner Bobby Murphy after dropping out of college; recently rejected a $3 billion buyout offer from Facebook.

Sexy superlative: The cool kid.

2. Founder of Tumblr, David Karp

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Age: 27

Claim to fame: As a young software developer, Karp invented and launched Tumblr when he was only 20 years old.

Sexy superlative: The hot brainiac. Oh, and he casually modeled for J.Crew once.

3. Founder of Mashable, Pete Cashmore

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Age: 28

Claim to fame: He founded one of the biggest online news organizations. AND he's Scottish.

Sexy superlative: The Christian Grey of the real world.


4. CEO of Tory Burch, Tory Burch (Robinson)

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Age: 47

Claim to fame: Tory has turned her personal style into a multi-billion-dollar boho-prep fashion line. And Oprah Winfrey has endorsed her, so...

Sexy superlative: MILF.

5. Founder of, Ben Rattray

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Age: 33

Claim to fame: He created one of the largest sites for social change and was named one of Time's most influential people in the world.

Sexy superlative: The philanthropist you wanna f*ck.

6. Former CEO of Hulu, Jason Kilar

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Age: 42

Claim to fame: A Harvard business grad, Jason has had his executive hand in Amazon, Hulu, ABC, NBC, and NewsCorp. No successor has been named since leaving Hulu earlier this year.

Sexy superlative: The sensitive bro.

7. CEO of Sony, Kazuo Hirai

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Age: 52

Claim to fame: Although he's currently overlooking of one of the largest companies in the world, Kazuo has admitted he is a huge video game nerd.

Sexy superlative: The nerd-turned-baller.


9. Employee-turned-CEO of Target, Gregg Steinhafel

Age: 58

Claim to fame: Gregg, a Northwestern graduate, has been with the company for 29 years until he became CEO. He's been working in retail since a kid.

Sexy superlative DILF.

12. CEO of eClick Interactive, Hilary Rowland

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Age: 30

Claim to fame: Hilary founded the first women's online magazine, the first online portfolio database, and a global social project that creates women-run eco-factories in Africa.

Sexy superlative: Everyone's girlcrush.

13. Co-founder and CEO of Thrillist, Ben Lerer

Age: 30

Claim to fame: Ben and college pal Adam Rich created the go-to guide for sophisticated men. Years later, the site posted revenue of over $40 million.

Sexy superlative: Everyone's guycrush.

Tanya Chen is a social news reporter for BuzzFeed and is based in New York.

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