For-profits (Page 5)


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    Facebook

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    Fenton Communications

    Fenton Communications is a public relations firm that was founded by David Fenton in 1982. They describe themselves as the “largest public interest communications firm in the country”, and maintain offices in Washington, DC, San Francisco, and New York City.
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    First Affirmative Financial Network

    First Affirmative Financial Network is a financial firm that focuses on called “sustainable, responsible and impact investing.” It was founded in 1988. Its parent company is Folio Financial. Background First Affirmative Financial Network is a financial advisory firm that specializes in what is called “sustainable, responsible and impact [SRI] investing.”
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    First Focus

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    First Western Trust

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    FitzGibbon Media

    FitzGibbon Media was a high-powered left-of-center PR firm working for major liberal clients like MoveOn.org and Planned Parenthood founded by Trevor FitzGibbon. Trevor FitzGibbon was a former state-level communications director for President Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign.[14] FitzGibbon Media was quickly shuttered in 2015 after FitzGibbon Media
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    Forest Ethics

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    Frakture

    Frakture is a digital solutions firm that caters to left-leaning clients.
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    Free Speech TV

    Free Speech TV is an American news and opinion network. It was launched in 1995 and is owned and operated by Public Communicators Incorporated, a 5013 non-profit, tax-exempt organization founded in 1974.
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    Freedom Leaf Health

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    Friends of the Fire Island National Seashore

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    Fusion GPS

    Fusion GPS is an opposition research firm created by three former Wall Street Journal reporters in 2011. Fusion GPS gained public notoriety after the 2016 election cycle. During the election, Fusion GPS controversially worked for persons associated with the Democratic National Committee and Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton
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    Gap, Inc.

    The Gap, Inc., commonly known as Gap Inc. or Gap, is an American worldwide clothing and accessories retailer. It was founded in 1969 by Donald Fisher and Doris F. Fisher and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
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    GateHouse Media

    GateHouse Media is the largest publisher of daily newspapers in the United States, as measured by number of distinct publications. [95] It is owned by New Media Investment Group, and as of 2019 was publishing 146 daily newspapers with a combined paid circulation of 1.6 million. [96] 
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    General Electric

    General Electric is an American multinational conglomerate corporation incorporated in New York and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.
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    Glass Lewis

    Glass Lewis is a for-profit proxy advisory firm specializing in advancing left-of-center environmental, social, and governance (ESG) policies through corporate-level advocacy. The firm is the second largest proxy advisory firm in the world and co-owned by one of the largest pension systems in Canada, the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan. Ontario
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    Global Strategy Group

    Founded in 1995, Global Strategy Group is a public relations, research, and political polling firm based in New York. It also operates in five other offices, located in Washington, D.C.; Hartford, Connecticut; Denver; Chicago; and Seattle. The firm is a major consultant to Democrats, organizations on the political left, and
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    GMMB Consulting

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    GMP Securities

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    Goldman Sachs

    The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is an American multinational finance company that engages in global investment banking, investment management, securities, and other financial services including asset management, mergers and acquisitions advice, prime brokerage, and securities underwriting services.