Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi and Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky are coming to the Code conference

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Their companies are changing the world.

Uber and Airbnb are two of the most important companies to come out of Silicon Valley in years. Almost overnight, they’ve made fundamental changes in the way the world thinks about transportation, housing, travel and work itself.

That’s why Kara Swisher and I are delighted that the leaders of both companies are coming to this year’s Code Conference, where we talk to the most influential people in technology — and in the world that technology is disrupting.

Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi had a long career running online travel leader Expedia, but until last summer you probably hadn’t heard of him. Now he’s in the limelight as he tries to overhaul Uber’s corporate culture while preparing it for one of the most anticipated IPOs in history.

Ten years ago, Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky was a young designer who wanted a new way to rent out his apartment. Now he’s running a company that generated close to $ 3 billion last year by listing some four million rooms and homes around the world.

Khosrowshahi and Chesky will sit down for Code’s signature red-chair interviews — in-depth and unscripted conversations about the challenges and opportunities facing them both.

Code takes place from May 29 through May 31 at the Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. You can apply for an invitation to join us. See you later this spring.

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Signal expands into the Signal Foundation with $50M from WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton

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Apple has just added a new basketball drama series from Kevin Durant’s media company and Imagine Entertainment’s Brian Grazer to their roster.

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Watch Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s CES keynote

Think he will bring up the fact that he sold shares after security flaws were found in Intel’s chips?

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich is still under scrutiny after it was discovered that he had sold hundreds of thousands of his shares after the company found out about major security flaws in its chips.

The company has said the trades were part of a predetermined stock sale plan common among chief executives, but the timing of that planned program is still odd.

That’s just one reason it should be interesting to watch his keynote from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Monday.

It’s pretty unlikely that Krzanich would willingly bring up his purge of the shares (estimated at $ 25 million). We’ll be watching to see how he positions himself both as Intel’s CEO (for now), given that his company is still trying to fix the massive flaws found in its chips.

Watch the entire keynote below:

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Brian Fenty, Merritt Baer There’s a new CEO at TodayTix, though he’s definitely not new to the company — Chairman Brian Fenty is becoming chief executive, while his co-founder (and the previous CEO) Merritt Baer is becoming the Head of Europe. TodayTix sells theater tickets in cities across the United States (including New York, Chicago and San Francisco), but its European presence is currently limited… Read More
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