For-profits (Page 3)


  • For-profit

    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. [1] 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.
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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 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.[5] The fund was founded in 1975 as the first so-called “socially responsible” division in a U.S. bank[6] and launched
  • For-profit

    BuildingGreen

    BuildingGreen is an environmentally-focused consulting firm.
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    Bully Pulpit Interactive

    Bully Pulpit Interactive is a communications consultancy that has served a number of left-of-center nonprofits and political candidates. Based in Washington, the company has offices in New York, Chicago and San Francisco. It was founded by Andrew Bleeker, a former Obama campaign staffer. The company led the digital strategy
  • For-profit

    Burness Communications

    Burness Communications is a Maryland-based public relations strategy and communications firm that provides services to many left-of-center clients. Notable Burness clients include the Center for Climate Change Communication, Partners in Health, the Aspen Institute, the International Women’s Health Coalition, Community Catalyst, Bloomberg Philanthropies, the
  • For-profit

    Buying Time, LLC

    Buying Time is a media strategy and political consulting agency that caters to a number of left-leaning clients.
  • For-profit

    Calvert Research and Management

    Calvert Research and Management (also known as Calvert Investment Capital) is a socially and environmentally left-of-center investment company. Founded in 1976, it had $17.8 billion in managed assets as of June 30, 2019. [124][125] The company focuses on perceived gender inequalities in work and corporate leadership,
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    CAMAC Group

    The CAMAC Group is a group of global energy companies headquartered in Houston, Texas.
  • For-profit

    Cambridge Analytica (CA)

    Cambridge Analytica was a U.K.-based political consulting firm that worked on behalf of center-right political candidates and issue campaigns across the world. Now defunct, the firm was the center of a high-profile data scandal centered around the collection of Facebook profile information from over 8 million Americans. The firm’s
  • For-profit

    Care2

    Care2 is a social networking website that was founded by Randy Paynter in 1998.
  • For-profit

    Catalist

    Catalist, LLC is a data firm that services both left-of-center nonprofits and Democratic candidates and officeholders. This Washington, D.C.-based for-profit vendor outfit came together in 2006 in response to the re-election of President George W. Bush in 2004. Democratic operatives such as Harold Ickes, a former aide to President
  • For-profit

    CBK Strategies

  • For-profit

    Centene Corporation

    Centene Corporation is a large publicly-traded company and a leading multi-line healthcare enterprise that serves as a major intermediary for both government-sponsored and privately-insured health care programs.
  • For-profit

    Center for Civic Information

    The Center for Civic Information (CCI) is a left-of-center electoral advocacy organization based in Virginia that emerged for the first time during the 2020-2021 U.S. Senate runoff elections in Georgia. [172] CCI was incorporated by Democratic National Committee (DNC) lawyer Graham Wilson and is directed by longtime
  • For-profit

    Center for Evidence-based Solutions to Homelessness

    The Center for Evidence-based Solutions to Homelessness is a left-leaning research and advocacy organization that promotes left-of-center policies on public housing and homelessness. The organization is a project of Abt Associates, a left-leaning public policy consulting and research firm. [194] The organization bills itself as a resource