The people who defined global business in 2022

Dec. 14, 2022

This is our sixth annual look at those in business, politics, science and technology, finance and entertainment whose accomplishments deserve recognition. There are familiar names doing new things (Serena Williams), new names doing historic things (Ketanji Brown Jackson) and inanimate objects doing mind-blowing things (the James Webb Space Telescope). One name, with the initials SBF, also did some mind-blowing things, which helped land his successor (John Ray III) on the list.

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No one story dominates the Bloomberg 50 this year as does the war in Ukraine: Volodymyr Zelenskiy is on the list, and so, among others, are Daleep Singh, architect of the sanctions regime against Vladimir Putin, and Todd Boehly, who bought the Chelsea Football Club after Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich was pressured to sell it.

If you don’t know why Bad Bunny, Scarlett Lewis or Tom Oxley are big deals, well, keep reading. Browse past alums whose 2022 contributions also merited a nod, and check Ones to Watch for a glimpse of who might appear on next year’s Bloomberg 50.

Science & Technology
Chancellor of the exchequer, UK
Jeremy Hunt
Within a week of Hunt’s appointment in October, his maneuvering brought the cost of long-term borrowing below 4%, from about 4.8%, halting a drop in the value of the pound and saving taxpayers from enormous interest payments in the coming years.
Jeremy Hunt Jeremy Hunt
Chairman, Adani Group
Gautam Adani
The Indian tycoon’s wealth has surged more than anyone else’s this year, making him the world’s third-richest person behind Bernard Arnault and Elon Musk.
Gautam Adani Gautam Adani
President, Ukraine
Volodymyr Zelenskiy
For 10 months, defiant in the face of what’s seemed like overwhelming odds, Zelenskiy has led the resistance to Russia’s invasion.
Volodymyr Zelenskiy Volodymyr Zelenskiy
Co-founder and CEO, Bring a Trailer Media LLC
Randy Nonnenberg
His live online auction platform for classic and other collectible cars is expected to do $1.3 billion in sales this year, up about 57% from 2021.
Randy Nonnenberg Randy Nonnenberg
Associate justice, US Supreme Court
Ketanji Brown Jackson
Sworn in as the 116th justice in June, she became the first Black woman to serve on the high court.
Ketanji Brown Jackson Ketanji Brown Jackson
CEO, FTX Group
John Ray III
Since taking over the job from disgraced cryptocurrency mogul Sam Bankman-Fried, Ray has helped locate more than $2 billion of assets that will eventually be given back to customers of the bankrupt exchange.
John Ray III John Ray III
Co-founder and CEO, Figma Inc.
Dylan Field
Adobe spent $20 billion to buy design-tool maker Figma in September, the highest price tag for a private software company.
Dylan Field Dylan Field
Chief Investment Officer, Haidar Capital Management
Said Haidar
Returns generated by the Haidar Jupiter hedge fund soared almost 267% through October, while peers averaged only 3% in the same period.
Said Haidar Said Haidar
US Representatives
Liz Cheney & Bennie Thompson
Unlikely co-stars of the most momentous congressional hearings in American politics in decades, the pair led a committee that interviewed more than 1,000 witnesses about the insurrection and Donald Trump’s role in encouraging it.
Liz Cheney & Bennie Thompson Liz Cheney & Bennie Thompson
Interim president, Amazon Labor Union; Barista and organizing committee member, Starbucks Workers United
Chris Smalls & Michelle Eisen
Eisen played a key role in unionizing about 200 stores across the US, while Smalls led the first successful unionization effort at in April, when he organized 8,000 employees at a warehouse in New York City.
Chris Smalls & Michelle Eisen Chris Smalls & Michelle Eisen
Founder, Serena Ventures LLC
Serena Williams
Serena Ventures raised $111 million in March for an early-stage VC fund dedicated to backing diverse founders in technology.
Serena Williams Serena Williams
President and CEO, Swatch Group AG
Nick Hayek
The company is expected to sell as many as half a million Omega MoonSwatches this year, according to industry analyst LuxeConsult, in a highly successful collaboration that made the moribund Swatch brand hot again.
Nick Hayek Nick Hayek
Chair, California Air Resources Board
Liane Randolph
California mandated in August that 100% of new cars sold in the state must be emissions-free as of 2035.
Liane Randolph Liane Randolph
Commissioner, Big Ten Conference
Kevin Warren
In August the Big Ten reached a seven-year contract with CBS, Fox and NBC that will pay the conference about $1.1 billion annually, the largest media deal for college athletics.
Kevin Warren Kevin Warren
Member, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Lisa Cook
In May, Cook became the first Black woman on the Federal Reserve Board in its 108-year history.
Lisa Cook Lisa Cook
CEO, TikTok Inc.
Shou Chew
The company’s annual revenue is expected to hit $10 billion, according to Bloomberg reporting, more than twice what it was a year ago.
Shou Chew Shou Chew
Co-founder, Skims Body Inc.
Kim Kardashian
Her apparel label was valued at $3.2 billion in January, double the figure from nine months earlier.
Kim Kardashian Kim Kardashian
James Webb Space Telescope
In July, NASA released the first images from the telescope, revealing nebulae and galaxies in unprecedented detail, including the deepest and sharpest infrared picture ever taken of the universe.
James Webb Space Telescope James Webb Space Telescope
President, Finland
Sauli Niinisto
He was the architect behind Finland’s and Sweden’s applications to join NATO following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, putting the defense alliance on a path to welcoming its 31st and 32nd members.
Sauli Niinisto Sauli Niinisto
Founder, Patagonia
Yvon Chouinard
In September he donated almost all of his apparel and equipment company, taking a pioneering approach to megaphilanthropy that will pour about $100 million annually into the fight against climate change.
Yvon Chouinard Yvon Chouinard
Co-founders, Yuga Labs Inc.
Greg Solano & Wylie Aronow
In March the Yuga Labs co-founders raised $450 million for their startup, giving it a value of $4 billion.
Greg Solano & Wylie Aronow Greg Solano & Wylie Aronow
Director of politics and government affairs, Gen-Z for Change
Olivia Julianna
The 20-year-old rallied her social media followers to raise more than $2 million to defend reproductive rights in one week this summer.
Olivia Julianna Olivia Julianna
Professor of economics, Stanford University
Nicholas Bloom
He’s emerged as a go-to academic for insight into remote work, meeting this year to share research with more than 100 institutions, including the International Monetary Fund, Wall Street banks and tech startups.
Nicholas Bloom Nicholas Bloom
Actor and screenwriter
Quinta Brunson
The creator and star of Abbott Elementary is the first Black woman nominated for Emmys in acting, writing and outstanding comedy in the same year.
Quinta Brunson Quinta Brunson
Co-CEO, Salesforce Inc.
Bret Taylor
As Twitter’s board chair, Taylor led the effort to force Elon Musk to honor his agreement to buy the company for $44 billion—first negotiating with him, then suing him, then pushing the deal across the finish line in October.
Bret Taylor Bret Taylor
Tom Cruise
Top Gun: Maverick, the sequel to the 1986 fighter pilot saga, has taken in $1.49 billion at the box office, making it the highest-grossing film of the year—and of Cruise’s career.
Tom Cruise Tom Cruise
Founder and CEO, Slutty Vegan
Aisha “Pinky” Cole
Her irreverent burger chain raised $25 million in May in a funding round that valued Slutty Vegan at $100 million.
Aisha “Pinky” Cole Aisha “Pinky” Cole
Head of Climate, Stripe Inc.
Nan Ransohoff
In April, Ransohoff and her team announced a $925 million commitment from Big Tech and other companies to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Nan Ransohoff Nan Ransohoff
Federal minister for economic affairs and climate action, Germany
Robert Habeck
Under Habeck’s watch, Germany dramatically reduced its reliance on energy from Russia after the invasion of Ukraine: Through August, natural gas imports dropped to 25% from 55%, oil to 12% from 35%, and coal to zero from half.
Robert Habeck Robert Habeck
President and CEO, Yves Saint Laurent
Francesca Bellettini
Bellettini and her team increased Saint Laurent’s sales in the first nine months of the year by a third from 2021, a result of smart planning and the popularity of designer Anthony Vaccarello’s collections.
Francesca Bellettini Francesca Bellettini
CEO and founder, Haun Ventures
Katie Haun
In March the former Andreessen Horowitz partner raised $1.5 billion for investments in crypto startups, marking one of the biggest solo debuts for a venture capitalist.
Katie Haun Katie Haun
Vice chairman and CEO, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.
C.C. Wei
TSMC is spending about $36 billion in 2022 to expand manufacturing, including investments in new international plants to mitigate concerns that chip production is too centralized on an island with an uncertain future.
C.C. Wei C.C. Wei
CEO, JetBlue Airways Corp.
Robin Hayes
He disrupted the planned merger between deep discounters Spirit Airlines and Frontier Group Holdings, wooing Spirit in a $3.8 billion cash deal in July.
Robin Hayes Robin Hayes
Deputy prime minister and minister for finance, Singapore
Lawrence Wong
A leader of the city-state’s aggressive reopening, he’s helping turn Singapore into Asia’s No. 1 hub for business.
Lawrence Wong Lawrence Wong
Chief global economist, PGIM Fixed Income
Daleep Singh
In February, as a top national security adviser to the White House, he was central to US and European efforts to cut off Russia from the global financial system after President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, freezing more than half of his $640 billion war chest.
Daleep Singh Daleep Singh
Jennifer Hudson
In June, Hudson, then 40, became the youngest female performer to earn EGOT status—meaning she’s won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and, now, a Tony.
Jennifer Hudson Jennifer Hudson
Co-founder and CEO, Synchron
Tom Oxley
In July his company put one of its brain-computer interface devices in a human after the US Food and Drug Administration granted its first approval for a trial of the potentially revolutionary surgery, which aims to help people communicate via their thoughts.
Tom Oxley Tom Oxley
Founder, Aid Access
Rebecca Gomperts
Her telehealth service, which prescribes abortion pills, saw an almost 120% increase in online orders from overseas in the two months after the June ruling that ended Roe v. Wade, according to a November study in the medical journal JAMA.
Rebecca Gomperts Rebecca Gomperts
Olympic skier and spokeswoman
Eileen Gu
At February’s Winter Olympics in Beijing, she became the first athlete to medal in three freestyle skiing disciplines at a single games, doing so while sparking geopolitical debate as a US-born athlete competing for China.
Eileen Gu Eileen Gu
Founder, Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement
Scarlett Lewis
In August a Texas jury ordered host Alex Jones to pay Lewis and Neil Heslin, whose child was killed at Sandy Hook, almost $50 million in damages for defamation.
Scarlett Lewis Scarlett Lewis
Prime minister, Australia
Anthony Albanese
Albanese has committed to Australia’s first legally binding climate target, a 43% reduction in carbon emissions from 2005 levels by the end of the decade.
Anthony Albanese Anthony Albanese
Founder, Citadel and Citadel Securities
Ken Griffin
The billionaire announced in June that he was moving his headquarters from Chicago to Florida, making Citadel, with $60 billion under management, the largest hedge fund thus far to decamp to Wall Street South.
Ken Griffin Ken Griffin
Senior defensive assistant and linebackers coach, Pittsburgh Steelers
Brian Flores
In the wake of his discrimination lawsuit against the league, four teams hired Black or biracial head coaches at a time when the NFL was down to only one.
Brian Flores Brian Flores
President, Chile
Gabriel Boric
The 36-year-old is the world’s youngest national leader.
Gabriel Boric Gabriel Boric
Writer and activist
Park Ji-hyun
An advocate for women’s rights in South Korea, a nation rife with sexism and harassment, Park helped attract 11,000 new members—80% of them female—in Seoul alone to the center-left Democratic Party of Korea in the two days after the March presidential elections.
Park Ji-hyun Park Ji-hyun
CEO, Eldridge
Todd Boehly
In May he led a group that agreed to invest $5.4 billion to buy the Chelsea Football Club, a record price for any team.
Todd Boehly Todd Boehly
Outfielder, New York Yankees
Aaron Judge
The Yankees slugger hit 62 homers in the regular season, a new American League record.
Aaron Judge Aaron Judge
CEO, Microsoft Gaming
Phil Spencer
In January he negotiated the biggest deal in company and video game history, the $69 billion takeover of Activision Blizzard.
Phil Spencer Phil Spencer
CEO and founder,
Guillaume Pousaz
His electronic-payments company raised $1 billion in January, giving it a $40 billion valuation on paper and making it Europe’s most valuable startup.
Guillaume Pousaz Guillaume Pousaz
Pop star
Bad Bunny
The reggaeton singer grossed more than $230 million on tour in 2022, exceeding all other acts, and had the year’s bestselling album despite competition from Beyoncé, BTS, Drake and Harry Styles.
Bad Bunny Bad Bunny

The Usual Suspects

There are always some “no duh” people who are too obvious to put on the Bloomberg 50. So we give them their own list.

Bernard Arnault, Chairman and CEO, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE
Jeff Bezos, Executive chair, Inc.
Joe Biden, President, US
Warren Buffett, Chairman and CEO, Berkshire Hathaway Inc.
Tim Cook, CEO, Apple Inc.
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, President-elect, Brazil
Pope Francis
Emmanuel Macron, President, France
Narendra Modi, Prime minister, India
Elon Musk, CEO, Tesla, Twitter and SpaceX
Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime minister-designate, Israel
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Member, US House of Representatives
Nancy Pelosi, Speaker, US House of Representatives
Masayoshi Son, CEO, SoftBank Group Corp.
Peter Thiel, Founder, Thiel Capital, and partner, Founders Fund
Donald Trump, Former president, US
Tsai Ing-Wen, President, Taiwan
Ursula von der Leyen, President, European Commission
Oprah Winfrey, Chairman and CEO, Oprah Winfrey Network LLC
Xi Jinping, President, People’s Republic of China
Mark Zuckerberg, Chairman and CEO, Meta Platforms Inc.

Let’s Hear It for Some Alums

We don’t include people on the Bloomberg 50 more than once, but we still applaud these past honorees who made notable contributions in 2022.

The media mogul, whose empire includes a free sports streaming service called HBCU GO, signed a nationwide licensing deal with CBS in August that expanded college football games played by historically Black colleges and universities to 60% of US television households and 70% of Black TV households for the 2022 season. In November, Bloomberg News reported that Allen was preparing a bid for the NFL’s Washington Commanders.
Within hours of Russia’s February invasion of Ukraine, World Central Kitchen, which provides meals in the wake of humanitarian and natural disasters, started feeding Ukrainians displaced by the fighting. Today, WCK has served Ukrainians affected by the war (and people helping them) more than 170 million meals inside the country, in those neighboring it and as far away as Spain.
In September, after years of delays, Ethereum completed a key revamp of its blockchain network, in the crypto world’s most ambitious software upgrade to date. Known as the Merge, it aimed to make the network more energy-efficient and pave the way for it to be faster and cheaper to use.
Girl Scouts of the USA announced in October that Scott had gifted $84.5 million to the organization and 29 local branches, the biggest donation from a single benefactor in its 110-year history. The money will help the Scouts recover from the impact of the pandemic, which caused a drop in membership. Scott, who’s worth more than $20 billion according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, also gave $275 million to Planned Parenthood Federation of America in March.
On social media and the steps of the US Capitol, Stewart blasted Republican lawmakers who were blocking a bill that intended to give expanded health benefits to more than 3 million veterans exposed to toxic burn pits while serving overseas. The outcry from veterans and Stewart led the Senate to pass the bill, the Honoring Our Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics Act, ultimately drawing support from 37 GOP senators.
In October the 42-year-old Sunak—who was on our Ones to Watch list—became the UK’s youngest prime minister in more than two centuries and the first person of color to hold the office.
Walmsley weathered questions about the company’s direction from activist shareholder Elliott Investment Management LP after producing few blockbuster drugs recently and being late to offer a Covid‑19 vaccine. In July she completed the spinoff of GSK’s consumer-health arm to focus on more profitable drugs—and in September she appointed Julie Brown as chief financial officer, the same position Brown held at Burberry Group Plc, making GSK the first major drugmaker to be run by two women.
Zhao, who runs the world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange, triggered the implosion of rival exchange FTX in November when a tweet of his helped start a bank run on FTX. The collapse is pushing regulators and legislators to reevaluate their views on crypto.

—Angela Moon, with Sophie Alexander, Deirdre Hipwell, Olga Kharif, Kate Krader, Kamaron Leach, David Rocks and Ben Sills

Ones to Watch

Keep an eye on these people. They could be on next year’s Bloomberg 50.

Jonathon Heyward, music director-designate, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

Heyward, 30, will be the first person of color to lead the orchestra in its 106-year history when he takes over for the 2023-24 season. The American-born Heyward has been serving as chief conductor of the Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie in Herford, Germany, since January 2021.

Rachel Sweet, abortion-rights organizer

Sweet was the campaign manager for two successful efforts to protect women’s reproductive rights: She helped defeat proposed anti-abortion amendments in Kansas in August and in Kentucky in November.

Xinyi Cheng, artist

Her moody oil paintings of strangers and friends “are about different aspects of desire and human relationships,” according to a biography from the Matthew Marks Gallery, which signed her. Cheng’s first US solo show opened at the New York gallery in November, after high-profile exhibitions in Europe.

Carolina Gelen, food writer and recipe developer

Gelen immigrated from Romania to the US in 2021 to pursue a passion for food. She now has 1.3 million combined followers on Instagram and TikTok, where she displays creations such as crunchy maple feta sweet potatoes.

Isabella Weber, economics professor, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Weber was among the first economists to call for government price controls on energy and other commodities as a more effective way than raising interest rates to fight inflation. Many in her profession argued that these controls can lead to shortages, but the German government embraced some of her ideas, including a plan to cap natural gas prices after Russia cut supplies.

Shabazz Stuart, founder and CEO, Oonee, Brooklyn, New York

Oonee’s pods are designed to store bicycles safely—some hold 8 bikes, others 80. Stuart helped start the company in 2017 to address bike theft; an original pod in downtown Manhattan has led to others in and around the city.

Shani Tran, psychologist and influencer

Tran, whose Shani Project has more than 473,000 TikTok followers, talks about mental health and therapy and shares her experiences with suicidal ideation. She hosted a YouTube series, released in September, that explored the latest research into suicide crisis and prevention strategies.

Felipe Chávez Cortés, CEO and co-founder, Kiwibot, Miami

Kiwibot’s 600-plus four-wheeled robots have completed 200,000 deliveries of pizzas, burgers and other essential sustenance to college campuses across the US. The startup is on track to have 1,200 robots operating by the end of 2023, part of a $20 million partnership with food-services giant Sodexo. Kiwibot also just struck a delivery deal with Grubhub.

Amir Nizar Zuabi, playwright and artist

Zuabi created Little Amal, a 12-foot-tall puppet depicting a 10-year-old Syrian refugee girl. In July 2021, Amal embarked on The Walk, a public art project meant to shed light on the challenges refugee children face. Since then she and her puppeteers have traveled 5,500 miles across 13 countries. (Amal’s New York visit received backing from Bloomberg Philanthropies.)

Luis Fernandez & Isabel Lee, founders, Forsyth Fire Escape, New York

Their burrito, a scallion pancake wrapped around roast pork, might be the most buzzed-about delicacy in Manhattan. After lowering the burritos from their Chinatown fire escape to customers who ordered online during the first waves of Covid, the duo now cooks up batches at a local food hall. The menu will expand in the new year (with chicken and vegetarian options, plus tacos), and the food will be sold at a downtown bodega.

Leah Ellis, co-founder, Sublime Systems, Somerville, Massachusetts

Ellis is working on a way to manufacture cement that cuts carbon emissions by 50% to 100%. (The current method accounts for 8% of global CO2 emissions.) Her idea is to break down limestone, or other calcium-bearing rocks, using electric current instead of heat.

Rohan Murty, founder and chief technology officer, Soroco India Pvt Ltd., Boston and Bengaluru, India

Murty is trying to streamline office work via artificial intelligence. Soroco collects and analyzes data on how workers use software across teams and then suggests changes to boost productivity and reduce costs.

Jimmy O’Brien, founder, Jomboy Media Corp., New York

Known for meticulous breakdowns of sports plays on social media, the company raised $5 million in funding in 2022 and reached a content deal with the YES Network, which broadcasts the New York Yankees. Its YouTube channel has almost 1.7 million subscribers, and its podcasts rank among the top baseball shows on Apple’s charts.

—Mark Bergen, Ben Holland, Dimitra Kessenides, Saritha Rai, Gerry Smith and James Tarmy

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Ones to Watch: Cheng: Photograph by Aurélien Mole. Ellis: Photograph by Paige Brown. Fernandez, Lee: Olly Olly Market. Heyward: Photograph by Laura Thiesbrummel. Sweet: Photograph by Mike Hardin. Murty: Photograph by Era Chaudhary. Shan: Photograph by Coast and Copper. Zuabi: Michael Kirby Smith/The New York Times/Redux Pictures. Chavez Cortes, Gelen, O’Brien, Stuart, Weber: Courtesy Subject

(Updates entries for Guillaume Pousaz, Isabella Weber and Leah Ellis.)

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