For-profits (Page 3)


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    BallotReady

    BallotReady is an online election-education resource that aggregates information from candidates’ websites, social media profiles, and news media outlets. It was launched as a project of the Social New Venture Challenge, a competition for graduate students at the University of Chicago. As of 2016, BallotReady was operational in a dozen
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    Base Builder Group

    Base Builder Group is a for-profit left-wing infrastructure development firm. The company specializes in membership building and fundraising for left-wing causes.
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    Battle Born Collective

    Battle Born Collective is a Democratic pollical strategy firm that works to help push left-of-center legislation and streamline political maneuvers of like-minded politicians and groups. Founded in 2021 by Rebecca Kirszner Katz and Adam Jentleson, aides to the late U.S. Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV), this group has been at
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    Bella Consulting Firm

    Bella Consulting Firm, LLC was incorporated in 2018 by April Baker-Bell, a self-proclaimed activist, teacher, and researcher. [25] [26] Baker-Bell trains teachers on how to teach Black students and understand their linguistic backgrounds. [27] [28] She asserts that teacher education programs do
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    Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream

    Ben & Jerry’s is a for-profit company based in Vermont that manufactures a variety of ice creams and other frozen desserts. The company supports left-progressive causes by partnering with left-of-center nonprofit organizations and advocating for left-wing social and environmental policy implementation. In 2019, Ben & Jerry’s was the best-selling ice
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    BerlinRosen

    BerlinRosen (also styled Berlin Rosen) is a for-profit public relations and campaign communications consulting firm headquartered in New York City that works for Democratic campaigns, progressive nonprofit organizations, and labor unions, with a focus on New York. Founded in 2005 by former Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now
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    Bigify

    Bigify is a Washington, D.C.-based political consulting and strategy firm formed in 2013 and principally owned by Adam Ruben, a Democratic consultant and left-wing activist.
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    Biohabitats

    Biohabitats is a consultancy that supports efforts to incorporate ecological design and environmentalist approaches to construction and public works.
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    Black Business Network Exchange

    The Black Business Network Exchange (BBNE) is a for-profit small business that describes itself as a “social enterprise.” BBNE’s stated mission is to provide “resources and networking opportunities for minority-owned businesses to increase brand awareness.” The resources include three paid services. The first is a Business Starter Kit, which offers
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    Blackbird

    Blackbird is a progressive public relations organization that works primarily with aligned organizations and individuals to develop and promote publicity campaigns and materials. Movements that Blackbird has bolstered through its work include Black Lives Matter and Me Too (sometimes styled as #MeToo). Background In 2014, as the Black
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    BlackRock, Inc.

    See Also: Larry Fink (Person) BlackRock is the world’s largest investment management company, with nearly $7.5 trillion in managed assets as of January 2020. [173] In April 2020, the company was tasked by the U.S. Federal Reserve Board to oversee the Fed’s program to inject money into
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    Blue Crab Strategies

    Blue Crab Strategies is a political consulting firm that caters to left-of-center clients. In 2020, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg hired the firm to consult on strategy for his Democratic presidential primary campaign in Maryland. [251] Blue Crab Strategies’ staff has deep connections to former
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    Blue Earth Solutions

    Blue Earth Solutions Inc. is a company that offers a process to recycle Styrofoam and similar expanded-polystyrene products by reducing it to its previous state. It allows companies to remanufacture the Styrofoam and keep it out of landfills. [274] The company was founded in 2006 and is reportedly
  • For-profit

    Blue Haven Initiative

    Blue Haven Initiative is an environmentalist-aligned “impact investing” firm associated with members of the wealthy and politically involved Pritzker family. Founded in 2012, the Initiative is one of the largest U.S.-based investment funds dedicated to generating financial returns and left-of-center social [278] and environmental changes. [279]
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    Blue Practice

    Blue Practice is a public relations agency for businesses and organizations involved in environmentalist energy and countering climate change.
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    Blue Star Strategies

    Blue Star Strategies is a Democratic firm that lobbies on behalf of many companies and nonprofit organizations in the United States and internationally. The firm is headquartered in Washington D.C. and has international offices in Brussels, Buenos Aires, Paris, and Vienna. The firm is led by former Clinton administration
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    Blue State Digital

    Blue State Digital is a digital strategy consulting firm that works for liberal politicians, left-of-center nonprofits and advocacy groups, and labor unions. Since 2010, it has been a subsidiary of British multinational public relations firm WPP, Plc.
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    Boeing

    The Boeing Company is an American multinational corporation that designs, manufactures, and sells airplanes, rotorcraft, rockets, and satellites worldwide. The company also provides leasing and product support services.
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    Boston Trust Walden

    Boston Trust Walden is the re-branded name of Walden Asset Management, a left-progressive “environmental, social, governance” (ESG) investment advisor; for more, see Boston Trust Walden (Walden Asset Management)
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    Boston Trust Walden (Walden Asset Management)

    Boston Trust Walden, formerly known as Walden Asset Management, is a $3.6 billion left-of-center activist investment fund, operated by the larger Boston Trust and Investment Management Company.[318] The fund was founded in 1975 as the first so-called “socially responsible” division in a U.S. bank[319] and launched