PHOTOS: Millionaires, Billionaires, And Hangers-On Swarm Sun Valley

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It’s that time of the year.Millionaires, billionaires, their families, and a few other people hoping to join the group are swarming Sun Valley, Idaho for investment bank Allen & Co.’s annual retreat.

We’ve grabbed photos of some of the people so you can see which power players on hand this year.

Zynga CEO Mark Pincus with his wife Ali Pincus, who founded One Kings Lane

Newark Mayor Cory Booker, who's tight with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other tech bigs

Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes

The CEO of the San Francisco 49ers, Jed York

Ex-Yahoo CEO Terry Semel

Sony Chairman Howard Stringer

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg

LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner

James and Lachlan Murdoch, sons of News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch

Griff Harsh with his wife, HP CEO Meg Whitman

Apple CEO Tim Cook with Akamai CEO Paul Sagan

Diane Von Furstenberg wth Barry Diller

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg

Actress Victoria Hopper

Demand Media CEO Richard Rosenblatt

Disney CEO Bob Iger and his wife Willow Bay

Anne Sweeney of ABC

Robert Johnson, founder of BET

Producer Brian Grazer and a lady friend

Yahoo founder Jerry Yang

Twitter and Square founder Jack Dorsey

NBA commissioner David Stern

Warren Buffett gets out of his car

CNN's Erin Burnett and fiance David Rubulotta of Citigroup

Michael Ovitz

One more of Burnett and Rubulotta

Rakuten CEO and founder Hiroshi Mikitani: He just invested in Pinterest

Ali Kay with Alex Von Furstenberg, son of Diane Von Furstenberg

Owen Van Natta (formerly of MySpace, Facebook, and Zynga) rides a bike around.

Rupert Murdoch and his wife Wendi Deng

Don Mattrick, who runs the Xbox business for Microsoft

John Malone, chairman of Liberty

Bryan Lourd of CAA, Julius Genachowski, chairman of the FCC, and Les Moonves, CEO of CBS

Philippe Dauman and Deborah Dauman

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