Millionaires, billionaires, and the big names in tech and media swarm to Sun Valley, Idaho for Allen & Co.'s mogul fest

It’s that time of year again.

Investment bank Allen & Co. is hosting its 33nd annual, week-long conference in Sun Valley, Idaho — the so-called summer-camp for billionaires — and many of America’s wealthiest, most powerful businesspeople in media, technology, and sports have swarmed the scene.

We’ve grabbed photos so you can see which power players made it out to Idaho this year.

GoPro CEO Nick Woodman looks pleased as punch to be there.

As does Susan Wojcicki, the CEO of Google's YouTube.

Hi, Yahoo cofounder Jerry Yang!

Here's Dick Costolo, who resigned as Twitter CEO at the beginning of July. He's reportedly a free agent right now -- maybe he'll use this opportunity to discuss his next gig.

Groupon CEO Eric Lefkofsky clutches his coffee and binder as he heads inside.

Mark Pincus, recently re-instated Zynga CEO, bumps shoulders with former Disney CEO Michael Ovits.

Discovery Communications president and CEO dons dark shades and a vest.

Here's Reid Hoffman, founder of LinkedIn and 'PayPal Mafia' member.

We're sure Jerry Reinsdorf, owner of the Chicago Bulls and White Sox, is happier to be there than he looks. (Though he will be missing a Sox game tonight.)

Marni Walden, executive vice president and president of product innovation at Verizon, strolls in. She's responsible for the company's Internet of Things business and other emerging ventures.

CEO of Time Warner Cable, Robert Marcus, gets put on the spot...

...While Alexander Karp, CEO and cofounder of Palantir, cruises in with some sweet sunglasses. His company is reportedly raising a $500 million funding round at a $20 billion valuation.

Les Moonves, CEO of CBS, rolls up. He made $67 million in 2013.

Reporters swarm SpaceX and Tesla star Elon Musk.

CEO of Walt Disney, Bob Iger, has plenty to smile about: The company's latest movie, 'Inside Out,' reeled in stunning reviews and great box office numbers.

New York Mets CEO Jeff Wilpon lopes into the conference.

Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei waves hello.

Here's Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook.

James Murdoch, 21st Century Fox CEO, and his wife Kathryn follow close behind.

Musk goes outside for a walk, looking much more relaxed than when he first arrived.

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