Maverick businessman who has made waves in the tech industry as the founder, CEO and Chariman of the cloud computing company salesforce.com. His unique approach has earned him honors such as the Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation award.
He founded Liberty Software, where he made and sold his own Atari games, while still in high school.
He developed the model of corporate philanthropy known as "1/1/1," in which companies donate 1% of their profits, equity and employee hours to their communities.
He has been married to Lynne Krilich.
He was named as the co-chairman of the President’s Information Technology Advisory Committee by U.S. President George W. Bush.