It’s difficult to follow a year like 2013, when GrubHub merged with its main competition, Seamless. But Maloney found a way, ushering the online food ordering sites into a $192 million IPO. While it didn’t receive the same buzz as Alibaba, GrubHub’s share price jumped from $34 in April to over $45 by mid August. Investors were rewarded, as revenue increased 105% over the past three quarters compared to last year, in part because of improvements to the sites’ ordering platforms. Another great year for the young CEO, and you would have to call it a streak. —R.D.