News outlets covering Mark Penn's finding that voters want at least one of Loeffler or Perdue to be re-elected failed to mention that his digital firm is being paid millions to produce pro-Loeffler and pro-Perdue campaign materials.
A leaked email from CEO Nat Friedman attempts to placate employees who opposed doing business with the agency.
Juul says it wants to “make a meaningful, positive impact on our communities,” but by participating in ALEC it is working with a group that helps corporations violate the public interest.
Sludge's reporting on CBP contractors inspired employee protests at the ad agency Ogilvy, prompting follow-up reports in NPR, the Wall Street Journal, BuzzFeed News, AdWeek, and many local outlets.
The firm, FTI Consulting, has produced astroturf campaigns for some of the world’s biggest polluters including Exxon, BP, and Halliburton.
A new campaign finance report shows that three conservative billionaire families are the only donors to a committee that’s running ads attacking socialism.
Summit Bank Employees are Donating to Rep. Neal Dunn, Who Also Serves as Chairman of Their Board of Directors
As a member of Congress, Dunn votes on bills impacting the banking industry.
Where's the $100 million former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg promised?