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If works of art are timeless, then this edition of The 100 and those before it are time capsules, capturing thoughts, fashions and fads at a particular moment.

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This year we ask the 100 about the contents of their iPads and whether or not they watch TV on them. More evidence of time’s passage — this year’s 100 list lacks one of cable’s best and most fun, the late Bill Bresnan. It’s in his spirit that we present this edition, where you’ll find financial results, business advice — but also hobbies, books and favorite drinks. We think Mr Bresnan would have approved. —Seth Arenstein

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The 100 List

1. Tony Vinciquerra

2. Steve Burke, Michael Angelakis

3. Glenn Britt

4. Phil Kent, Andy Heller

5. George Bodenheimer, Anne Sweeney

6. David Zaslav

7. Tom Rutledge

8. Bonnie Hammer

9. Pat Esser

10. Abbe Raven

11. Neil Smit

12. Judy McGrath

13. Roger Ailes

14. Richard Plepler, Michael Lombardo, Sue Naegle

15. Matthew C. Blank

16. Steve Koonin

17. Mike Hopkins

19. Peter Liguori

20. David Cohen

21. Debra Lee

22. Sean Bratches

23. Bob DeBitetto, Nancy Dubuc

24. Lauren Zalaznick

25. Landel Hobbs, Rob Marcus

26. John Bickham

27. Robert Miron, Steve Miron, Nomi Bergman

28. Bridget Baker

29. Kyle McSlarrow

30. Gary Marsh, Carolina Lightcap

31. Bill Myers, Chris Albrecht

32. Jerry Kent

33. Madison Bond

34. Ed Carroll, Charlie Collier, Josh Sapan

35. Tony Werner

36. John Landgraf

37. Cyma Zarghami

38. Melinda Witmer

39. Joe Abruzzese, Bill Goodwyn

40. Denise Denson

41. Doug Herzog, Michele Ganeless

42. Michael Willner, Dinni Jain

43. Dave Cassaro

44. Mark Cuban

45. Ken Lowe, John Lansing

46. Rita Tuzon

47. Peter Stern

48. Ted Harbert, Jeff Shell

49. Dallas Clement, Leo Brennan

50. David Levy

51. Amy Banse

52. Joan Gillman

53. Steve Schiffman, Steve Burns

54. Steve Bornstein

55. Jacqueline Hernández

56. Cesar Conde, Tonia O’Connor, Joe Uva

57. Lynne Costantini

58. Eileen O’Neill

59. Brooke Johnson

60. Bob Wilson

61. Frances Berwick

62. David Preschlack

63. Stuart Snyder, Michael Wright

64. Laureen Ong

65. Mike Kelly

66. Burton Jablin, Jim Samples

67. Larry W. Jones

68. Jeff Wachtel

69. Herb Scannell

70. Bill Abbott

71. Rob Kennedy, Susan Swain

72. Sam Howe

73. John Skipper

74. Mark Hollinger

75. Michael Riley

76. David Zagin

77. Phil Griffin, Mark Hoffman

78. Dave Howe

79. Clark Bunting, Marjorie Kaplan

80. Mac Budill, Kathleen ‘Kip’ Mayo

81. David Verklin

82. Henry Schleiff, Laura Michalchyshyn

83. Vince McMahon

84. Kim Martin

85. Evan Shapiro, Sarah Barnett, Jennifer Caserta

86. Keith Bowen, Johnathan Rodgers

87. Jason Klarman

88. Henry Ahn, Mary Murano

89. Christina Norman

90. Jamie Davis

91. Neil Tiles

92. Randy Brown

93. Bob Rose

94. Brian Deevy

Randy Wells

95. Bob Benya

96. Ken Solomon, Charles Segars

97. Marc Juris

98. Charles Humbard, Brad Siegel

99. Allen Shapiro

100. Peter Intermaggio, Michele Edelman

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