For-profits (Page 15)


  • For-profit

    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

    Sun Is The Future is an organization which advocates for clean and renewable energy in order to protect the environment.
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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.
  • For-profit

    Sustainvest Asset Management

    Sustainvest Asset Management is a for-profit environmental-social-governance (ESG)-related investment advisory firm that has approximately 120 clients with $18.5 million in assets under management. [1] Sustainvest is a proponent of shareholder advocacy, a tactic which it has used to push left-of-center policies on topics such as climate change, political
  • For-profit

    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.
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    Teak Media + Communication

    Teak Media + Communication is an organization that was created in 1997. The organization provides public relations and communications advice to client organizations. [18]
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    Telefund

    Telefund, Inc. is a fundraising and campaign telemarketing firm for left-of-center advocacy and political organizations established by left-of-center organizing strategist Doug Phelps in 1988. It is affiliated with the Public Interest Network, a network of left-of-center for-profit and non-profit advocacy organizations led by Phelps. Telefund has offices in
  • For-profit

    Teneo

    Teneo is a consulting firm that provides strategic counsel to senior executives of client organizations on strategic communications, investor relations, political and policy risk, and diversity & inclusion. [31] In June 2021, Declan Kelly, co-founder of Teneo, resigned from his position as chairman and CEO amid allegations of
  • For-profit

    Texas Future Project

    The Texas Future Project (TFP) is a left-of-center political strategy organization that endeavors to shift the balance of governance in Texas from Republican-leaning to Democratic-leaning.  Founded in 2013 by “top democratic donors” in connection with Texas AFL-CIO, TFP partners with left-leaning political committees and advocacy groups including Battleground
  • For-profit

    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.
  • For-profit

    The Atlantic

    The Atlantic is a left-of-center literary, political, and ideas magazine that publishes ten issues per year. It was founded as The Atlantic Monthly in 1857 by several prominent American literary figures such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. [57] In 2017 the Emerson Collective, a
  • For-profit

    The Black Trans Travel Fund

    The Black Trans Travel Fund is a fund operated by transgender actor and activist Devin Lowe to pay for car rides and alternate means of transportation for Black transgender women in New York and New Jersey. In 2020, the fund was among 30 other local organizations selected by the
  • For-profit

    The Children’s Investment Management Fund (TCI)

    The Children’s Investment Management Fund (TCI) is a for-profit hedge fund created by British billionaire Christopher Hohn, a funder of the radical environmentalist group Extinction Rebellion. [157] TCI manages around £23 billion (approximately $30 billion) in assets[158] and holds shares in companies including
  • For-profit

    The Coca-Cola Company

    The Coca-Cola Company is a multinational corporation that produces and sells various soft drinks. Its flagship product, Coca-Cola, was first invented in 1886 by pharmacist and Confederate Civil War veteran John Pemberton in Atlanta, Georgia. [189] The company purchased Pemberton’s formula in 1888 and has since operated through
  • For-profit

    The Kaleidoscope Group

    The Kaleidoscope Group is a diversity and inclusion consulting firm based in Chicago.
  • For-profit

    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 left-progressive or social-democratic magazine. In the first half of 2016, it had 110,007 subscribers, more than 30,000 fewer
  • For-profit

    The New Media Firm

    The New Media Firm was founded in 2007 by Will Robinson and Tierney Hunt. The organization seeks to support candidates and client organizations through producing digital and traditional advertisements. [238]
  • For-profit

    The New Republic

    The New Republic (TNR) is a left-of-center opinion journal founded in 1914 and originally intended as a platform to promote the ideas of its first managing editor, Herb Croly, who advocated for a more powerful federal government, wealth redistribution, much more powerful labor unions, increased regulation on business, and higher taxes.
  • For-profit

    The Organizing Group (TOG)

    The Organizing Group (TOG) is a for-profit political consulting firm founded by former AFL-CIO political director Steve Rosenthal, who serves as its president. [319] It leverages the labor union and other left-wing contacts of its founder and staffers to provide consulting, field organizing, voter outreach and
  • For-profit

    The Stratosphere

    The Stratosphere is a news website dedicated to covering the influence of “America’s wealthiest people” on politics and philanthropy. The website was launched on June 6, 2021 by left-leaning journalist Teddy Schleifer, who previously worked for CNN and Recode writing stories about “the mega-rich.” [331]