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Vegans Top Vanity Fair 100

Three vegans make it up to top 10 most influential people.

Vanity Fair released its 2010 "The Vanity Fair 100," a list of the top 100 Most Influential people, and three vegans made the top. Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, placed first, and the chief executive of Apple, Steve Jobs, came in at second. The third vegan to make the top 10 list is Twitter co-founder Biz Stone along with co-founder Evan Williams, who was named the tenth most influential. Vanity Fair writes that though many of the influential people in this year's list rebounded from a difficult 2009, Zuckerberg and Jobs have never slowed down.

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