For-profits (Page 11)


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    Next City

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    North Shore Community College

    North Shore Community College is a comprehensive community college offering over 80 associate degree and certificate programs to approximately 16,000 students a year from the 26 cities and towns along the coastal region from north metropolitan Boston to Cape Ann.
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    NorthStar Asset Management

    NorthStar Asset Management is a Boston-based, left-leaning investment organization which uses its shareholder status in large corporations to influence companies on environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) issues and policies. Wealth manager and social activist Julie Goodridge founded NorthStar in 1990. [1] NorthStar clients are exclusively wealthy individuals,
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    Novara Media

    Novara Media is a British far-left media company that claims to report on address “issues that are set to define the 21st century,” which include the “crisis of capitalism,” racism, and climate change. The company writes “output actively intends to feed back into political action,” rather than moderate a debate
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    O’Brien Garrett

    O’Brien Garrett is a major Washington, D.C.-based fundraising and political consulting firm founded by Democratic political operative Frank O’Brien in 1987. It was previously known as O’Brien McConnell Pearson and branded as OMP Direct. Yvonne Garrett later joined the firm as a partner after serving as vice president for client
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    Ohio Revolution

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    Omidyar Network

    The Omidyar Network is a grantmaking organization funded by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, established as a limited liability company (LLC) alongside the Omidyar Network Fund, a tax-exempt private foundation. Funding of Activists Limiting Corporate Influence In October 2019, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes‘s Economic Security Project announced a
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    ONE DC

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    Oracle Corporation

    Oracle Corporation is an American multinational software company.
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    Our Next Economy

    Our Next Economy is an environmentalist for-profit consulting firm involved in sponsoring at least one group, the environmental journalism organization Climate Investigations Center (CIC). [65] Our Next Economy was established in 2009 as a for-profit limited liability corporation, or LLC. It reportedly accepted $5 million from the
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    Outrage

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    Palmer Group Media (PGM)

    Palmer Group Media (PGM) is a digital strategy firm based in New York City that has provided services to a number of left-of-center organizations. The company, founded by twin brothers Scott and James Palmer, helped MoveOn.org with digital strategy, promoted an LGBT advocacy group, and helped the Center
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    Paloma Partners

    Paloma Partners is a Connecticut-based hedge fund founded and managed by Donald Sussman with $9.5 billion in active investments. [88] The firm’s management and employees (most prominently Sussman himself) are large political donors who give almost exclusively to Democratic candidates and left-of-center organization. [89] According
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    Paradigm Partners

    Paradigm Partners is a Denver, Colorado-based holding company investment advisory service firm. It was founded by Doug Phelps, president of the Public Interest Network, and is a member of the network. Paradigm Partners is the owner of Green Century Capital Management, a left-leaning investment management firm whose board
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    Participant

    Participant (formerly known as Participant Media) is a film production company founded by Jeffrey Skoll, a left-leaning billionaire who was formerly the president of eBay. [114] [115] As of January 2020, Participant had produced more than 100 films. [116] [117] A
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    Pax World Funds

    Pax World Funds is a socially and environmentally left-of-center investment group founded in 1971 by anti-Vietnam War United Methodist ministers. One of the earliest funds focused on investing in companies which match its values, it has gone through several name and ownership changes.  It is currently managed by Impax Asset
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    Pennsylvania Environmental Council

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    People of the Heart

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    Perkins Coie

    Perkins Coie is a Seattle-based law firm of more than 1,000 lawyers, roughly 40 of which work for its political law practice that serves Democratic and left-of-center political candidates and non-profit clients. Perkins Coie received at least $26 million for legal fees and related expenses during the 2016 election cycle
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    Pine Island Capital Partners

    Pine Island Capital Partners (PICP) is an investment management firm based in Washington, D.C. that primarily invests in the aerospace and defense industries. The firm advertises its partners’ backgrounds as “deeply-connected” former high-level government and military officials. [307] In November 2020, the transition team of President-elect