For-profits (Page 11)


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    Sparrow Project (Sparrow Media)

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    Spitfire Strategies

    Spitfire Strategies is a Washington, D.C.-based political consulting and strategy firm. The firm was founded by Kristen Grimm, a Democratic Party operative and campaign strategist who also serves on the board of directors left-leaning groups like the Windward Fund.
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    Spotify

    Spotify is a Swedish media entertainment company. Controversies “Hate Content” In May 2018, Spotify announced it would partner with various left-wing groups to combat “hate content” in its music streaming service. According to the firm’s policy, monitored “hate content” includes “that expressly and principally promotes, advocates, or incites hatred or
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    STG Results (Smoot Tewes Group)

    STG Results (also called Smoot Tewes Consulting) is a Democratic Party-aligned public affairs and political strategy firm. It was founded in 2013 as Smoot Tewes Group by two former Obama for America senior staffers, Julianna Smoot and Paul Tewes. [3] Its current principals are former
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    Stoltz Consulting

    Stoltz Consulting, managed by Michael Stoltz, advises U.S. and international non-profit organizations on media and public relations, development planning, social media optimization, advocacy work and government affairs.
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    Strategic Consulting Group (SCG)

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    Summer Strategies

    Summer Strategies is a Democratic political consulting firm founded and operated by Melanie Sloan, a lobbyist, former congressional staffer, and former executive director of the agitation group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW).
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    Sun Is The Future

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    Sunshine Sachs

    Sunshine Sachs is a public relations firm serving celebrities, left-of-center nonprofits, and Democratic-aligned political action committees. Its principals are former aide to New York City Mayor David Dinkins Ken Sunshine and former Democratic Capitol Hill aide Shawn Sachs.
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    Target Corporation

    Target Corporation is the second-largest discount store retailer in the United States, behind Walmart, and a component of the S&P 500 Index.
  • For-profit

    Teak Media + Communication

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    Telefund

    Telefund, Inc. is a Denver, Colorado-based fundraising and campaign telemarketing firm for progressive candidates created by Doug Phelps in 1988. Phelps remains the company’s president, and serves on the board of directors along with Janet Domenitz and Susan Rakov, vice presidents of the Public Interest Network
  • For-profit

    Teneo

  • For-profit

    Texas Future Project

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    Textron Inc.

    Textron is an American global aerospace, defense, security and advanced technologies industrial conglomerate. Textron includes Bell Helicopter, Cessna Aircraft, Beechcraft, and other components.
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    The Hub Project

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    The Kaleidoscope Group

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    The Nation

    The Nation is the oldest weekly magazine in the United States. It was initially founded as a classical liberal magazine but as the liberal movement has evolved, it steadily became a more progressive magazine. In the first half of 2016, it had 110,007 subscribers, more than 30,000 fewer than the
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    The New Media Firm

  • For-profit

    The New Republic

    The New Republic is a left-of-center opinion journal. Controversies Underpaid Inequality Editor Position In early 2019 The New Republic posted a job opening for an “Inequality Deputy Editor” who would be responsible for editing a new inequality column and would be required to work 29.5 hours per week with no benefits.