The Yahoo! CEO’s 2013 Davos talk drew an overflow crowd. This year, she’s a co-chair of the event.

The Yahoo! CEO’s 2013 Davos talk drew an overflow crowd. This year, she’s a co-chair of the event.

Look Who’s Coming to Davos

Marissa Mayer
Marissa Mayer

The Yahoo! CEO’s 2013 Davos talk drew an overflow crowd. This year, she’s a co-chair of the event.

Hassan Rouhani
Hassan Rouhani

Rouhani will be the first Iranian head of state to attend Davos in a decade. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be there, too.

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Darrell Issa
Darrell Issa

The California congressman, making his third visit, likes the unstructured environment, says a spokesman.

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Goldie Hawn
Goldie Hawn

The actor is heading to the WEF for the first time to appear on a panel titled “Meditation: Why the Hype?”

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Indra Nooyi
Indra Nooyi

The CEO will play host at the PepsiCo Cafe, where dignitaries can sample Quaker Oats risotto.

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Lloyd Blankfein
Lloyd Blankfein

Goldman Sachs’s CEO signed on as one of the event’s Strategic Partners. The cost of that privilege: $550,000.

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Jamie Dimon
Jamie Dimon

Will JPMorgan Chase’s embattled CEO keep a low profile at Davos?

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Dilma Rousseff
Dilma Rousseff

The president of Brazil is a WEF newbie; her predecessor made it a point to stay away.

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Gao Xiqing
Gao Xiqing

The manager of the world’s fifth-largest sovereign wealth fund and cheerleader for Chinese investment is a Davos regular.

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Matt Damon
Matt Damon

The Oscar winner is getting the Crystal Award for his work with Water.org, an NGO providing safe drinking water and sanitation in developing countries.

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Masoud Barzani
Masoud Barzani

At last year’s Davos, the president of the Kurdistan region in Iraq unveiled a deal with Chevron.

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Olafur Eliasson
Olafur Eliasson

The artist will plug Little Sun, an inexpensive solar-powered lamp for use in the developing world.

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No-Show: Bill Clinton
No-Show: Bill Clinton

The head of the Clinton Global Initiative was a WEF regular until 2013, when he skipped it. He’s not coming this year, either.

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No-Show: Angela Merkel
No-Show: Angela Merkel

A ski accident has sidelined the German chancellor—she’s attended at least five times in the past.

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No-Show: Sean Parker
No-Show: Sean Parker

The Napster co-founder’s party at a disco featuring “laser taxidermy” made headlines last year, though carousing runs counter to what the WEF’s code of conduct dubs “the spirit of Davos.”

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