ZeroSec Deepstate Dox 19


11 November 2017

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Gabon General Electric
General Motors
Georgia Pacific Corporation
General Mills
Global Climate Information Project
KPMG Peat Marwick
51-1:00 Lever Brothers connected top tobacco industry(edited)
Los Angeles Police Department
Mastercard International 10-20 Michelin
1:27-1:39 Mall of America
New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau [9]
New York State Electric and Gas
National Pest Control Association Northwest Airlines
Novo Nordisk lack of FDA disclosure to doctors about the cancer risk for their diabetes drug, Victoza(edited)
42-43 Ray-Ban
Remington and Sharp Electronics
Sandefer Capital Partners project had been opposed by Greenpeace and other environmental groups due to its greenhouse gas emissions and the company's refusal to relinquish leases over shale deposits that extended to within the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.
Shell Oil
The company has also worked for Shell oil company to counter criticism over its role in Nigeria at the time of the execution of writer Ken Saro-Wiwa 7:03-7:11 fyi 95 The New York office noted that it had battled the Body Shop previously on behalf of the Shell Oil company, when it came under criticism for its role in the Nigerian government's 1995 execution of playwright and indigenous activist Ken Saro-Wiwa crisis management work for Jack in the Box Lion
Hudson Foods
Hooters of America
Federal Express 7-15 National Association of Convenience Stores.(edited)
Anglian Water
British American Tobacco
British Nuclear Fuels plc (BNFL)
Coca Cola Great Britain [12] (sub req'd)
Corporation of London
ICI Paints
Meat and Livestock Corporation
MCI Worldcom
P&O Cruises
Reckitt & Coleman
Shell Oil
Unilever ZeroInterpublic - Last Saturday at 12:01 AM
Animal Testing

Government of Colombia
Japanese Whaling Association
6,000 miles from Japan and using technology imported from Norway, cannot be described as a cultural activity," 16-24
Discovery UK
Whale Wars: Raw Whale Kill

Real Estate Institute of New Zealand
Professional Firefighters Union
Southern Cross Healthcare
Timberlands (contract ended late 1999).
Screen Producers Association of Australia
Australian Chicken Growers Council.
Mastercard International
Jack Leslie, Chairman
Andy Polansky, CEO
Colin Byrne, CEO, Weber Shandwick The plan, devised and executed by Shandwick staff, was to find embarrassing information about the Body Shop's environmental record and about company owner Anita Roddick and use this to pressure the company into abandoning the anti-native forest logging campaign.

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American industry groups opposed to measures that would limit greenhouse gas emissions
to "neutralize" environmentalists opposed to rainforest logging in New Zealand. including hiring contractors to paint out graffiti on walls and posters stuck on street poles in relation to the deforestation To gain advance warning of the plans of conservation groups, Shandwick recommended that Timberlands establish a "monitoring system" capable of "effectively capturing necessary information on the issue." This entailed setting up an intelligence operation: infiltrating, monitoring the actions of opponents and building up information that could be used to attack and discredit environmental groups and individuals. "moles" attended conservation group meetings to collect information 5-9 Shandwick arranged monitoring of the Victoria University Environment Group (VEG), which had played an important role in the launch of Native Forest Action (NFA), an activist group engaged in a tree-sitting occupation of Timberlands' Charleston Forest in 1997. This aspect of the strategy entailed attacking uncompromising environmentalists while splitting off more "moderate" groups and encouraging them to publicly back the logging plans. (For details about how this strategy was implemented, see Building Bridges and Splitting Greens) 0-10 23-33 [circa 97](edited)

Boolin [ AYY ] Inverted
"How do you do fellow kids?" - Steve Buscemi in 30 Rock

SJW Cringe Compilation #32 Inauguration day 2017 Triggered Anti-trump protesters

The Christian Broadcasting Network
Criminals Use Ferguson Protests for Looting

before circa 1994, Timberlands planned its "journalist contact program" for courting supportive journalists. The objective, it wrote, was to "develop close contact with a number of key individuals in the press industry whose support is likely to be most influential." 1:01-1:14 27-33 again 94 The PR firm also advised creating a community front group that could appear to be a "West Coast voice" for the Timberlands agenda. This idea was developed further at a PR strategy meeting between Shandwick and Timberlands, and the front group was launched under the name of the "Coast Action Network." Key messages in the campaign, repeated frequently by Timberlands' spokespeople, included the claim that 500 West Coast families relied on the forestry industry and that loss of local native forest logging jobs would destroy the social fabric of the region. listed as most dangerous job in US. Timberlands hoped to tap into old "greenies vs locals" prejudices from the bygone era when there were hundreds of native forestry jobs, not the two dozen currently at stake. 45-51
Eddie Somerset - The Revolution Will Not Be Televised Directed by @RadioSyheem

Greenpeace NZ Video
New Zealand's link to the destruction of the rainforests of SE Asia

You know my name.
They took our jobs!

Timberlands claimed repeatedly that these were "mainstream" groups although over 95% of New Zealand's environmental membership was in groups opposing Timberlands' logging, compared to less than 2% in the Maruia Society. The kokako project was unrelated to Timberlands' logging activities on the West Coast, an issue on which the WWF had no policy or involvement. However, Timberlands invited WWF staff on a PR trip to the West Coast and was delighted with the results. The visitors, they bragged, "described their impressions of our management as for them 'like children looking through a toy shop window.' " "third wave" environmentalism. This was the idea that, rather than opposing environmentally damaging activities, environmentalists needed to work closely with companies environmentalists argued that sustainability should be achieved by harnessing "market mechanisms." , the Timberlands manager in charge of the operation instructed a helicopter pilot to try to wreck one of the main tree sitters' platforms, which had appeared in several newspaper photos. The helicopter airlifted a five-ton log, slung under the helicopter like an aerial battering ram, and attempted to smash up the platform. Shandwick counts Tony Blair's Labour Party among its client(edited)

Tony Blair should be prosecuted for Iraq War, high court hears

Some of Shandwick's current or recent clients include:
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Era of Wisdom
The Hidden History of Bayer: IG Farben, Wall Street, Nazi Germany

Brown and Williamson Tobacco merged with RJR(edited)
Brown and Williamson - The Tobacco Plant

Browning Ferris Industries, Central Maine Power, Columbia Gas Systems, Chase Manhattan Bank
9/11 Truth: What Happened to Building 7

Ciba-Geigy, Coca-Cola, Compaq, Council for Agricultural Science and Technology
Dun & Bradstreet
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Fema Camp Coffins Investigated

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Pro-nuclear activity
Documents released under FOI, show that Weber Shandwick worked for BNFL in 2004 and 2005
British Nuclear Fuels
Gather intelligence on the climate sceptics
Nuclear waste moves very fast though soil and sediment 3:09-3:51
Concord Media
Nuclear Waste in the Irish Sea

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Adobe Flash SUCKS!

Anglian Water
COLT Telccom
Corporation of London
Eli Lilly
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Ex Ely Lily Salesman speaks out against Ely Lily and Big Pharma Part 1

General Council of the Bar
Meat & Livestock Commission
Merrill Lynch

Pfizer Nigeria: Alleged Antibiotics Testing on Children without Parental Consent
In May 2006
Al Jazeera English
Nigerian Pfizer victims' compensation fears

'Follow the Money': NSA spies on Visa customers, SWIFT transactions

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call themselves " global communications agency" instead of bullshit artists
merging the Weber Group (1987), Shandwick International (1974), and BSMG (2001)
In May 2014, the firm acquired a Sweden-based agency, Prime, and its business intelligence division, United Minds
In 2008, Weber Shandwick was hired by Microsoft to provide support for non-consumer PR in the EMEA region for products like Windows Client and Microsoft Dynamics.
In 2017, the Egyptian Intelligence services hired Weber Shandwick
Egyptian spies are often accused of torturing civilians and 'dissapearing' thousands of political opponents of Egypt's ruler General Sisi. They are also held responsible by many for the death of Italian student [Giulio Regeni]
1:09-1:24 ZeroInterpublic - Last Sunday at 12:07 AM
Number of locations
73 offices
Area served
Key people
Andy Polansky (CEO)
Jack Leslie (Chairman)
Gail Heimann President(edited)
Interpublic [IPG]
one of the big three communication comglomerates which own most of the Global PR Industry
IPG's five main clients (Coca-Cola, General Motors Corporation, Johnson & Johnson, Nestle and Unilever)
The group dates from 1902 when the Alfred W. Erickson agency was founded.
Interpublic now includes the Lowe Group, Foote Cone & Belding Worldwide (founded by Emerson Foote (1906-1992)), and such US agencies as Bozell, Deutsch, and Temerlin McClain. It offers a range of marketing, media planning and buying, and public relationsservices through its Octagon, DraftWorldwide and Initiative Media subsidiaries.
Michael I. Roth Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
H. John Greeniaus Former Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Nabisco, Inc.
Public Relations
Bragman Nyman Cafarelli United States
Carmichael Lynch Spong United States
DeVries Public Relations United States
GolinHarris Belgium, China, England, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United States
Al Golin 1957 Al places a cold call to Ray Kroc, founder of the then-fledgling McDonald's hamburger chain. As a result of this call, Mr. Kroc asked Al to come over and meet with him. An hour later, Al began working for McDonald's for a retainer of $500 a month. More than 40 years later, Golin/Harris is still working for McDonald's, but Al admits, "the monthly retainer is a bit more than $500."

Golin/Harris is still working for McDonald's,
1971 Al commissions Norman Rockwell to paint the McDonald's annual report cover art.

1989 Golin/Harris is acquired by Shandwick International.
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McDonald's establishes the "Al Golin TrustBank Award" and makes Al the first recipient. It is to be given annually to one of McDonald's worldwide public relations firms that best reflects Al's commitment to community service.
1999Golin/Harris Communications is acquired by the Interpublic Group of Companies and renamed Golin/Harris International.
2003 Golin/Harris merges with the Weber Group in London expanding the already existing team and capabilities.
MWW Group United States
I Am Incorrigible
Tax dodging Amazon paid just £7m in tax even as UK sales boom

American Arbitration Association
American Chamber of Commerce Peru | American Chamber of Commerce Bahrain | American Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Peru | AmeriGroup | Avis | Bacardi U.S.A. | Baker and Hostetler | Ball Park Franks | Bally Total Fitness | Bank of America Corporation
Marc Chabot YT
Merrill Lynch bailout FRAUD ; Bank of America

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Bayer Corporation

Zyklon B

Blackhawk Network | Bucks County Drug and Alcohol Commission | Capital Group Companies | Cherokee Northeast | Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation | Cisco Systems
CIT Group
City of Cape May Tourism Commission | City of El Segundo | Coca Cola FEMSA
comScore Networks | Continental Airlines | Cott Corporation | Dassault Falcon Jet Corporation | Davidson Companies | [[d-Con] | Diabetes Centers of America | Dubai Aerospace Enterprise | EnCap Golf Inc. | Ethicon | Experience Music Project | Federated Investors | Fidelity Investments | Financial Service Centers of America | Foster Wheeler Inc. | FRESHDIRECT | Fruit2O | FYE | Garage Tek | Gardenburger | Garden State Winegrowers Association | Hain Celestial | Honeywell | iGPS | Independent Cities Association (ICA) | IndyMac Bank | ING Direct | International Specialty Products | InvestUK | Johnson & Johnson
| Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp | London Stock Exchange | Los Angeles Air Force Base Regional Alliance | Los Angeles Community College District | Mack-Cali | Marymount College | MCC Redondo Beach | McDonald's | Meadowlands Xanadu | Medco Health Solutions | Medical Society of New Jersey | National Hemophilia Foundation | Natural Health Science | Newport Associates | Nikon | NJ Cure/NJ Pure | NJ Department of Health and Human Services | North Jersey Community Bank | Oxford Health Plans | Parsons Advanced Technologies | Pelican Products | Pfizer
a former scientist with pharmaceutical firm Pfizer has been awarded $1.37 million for being fired after raising the alarm over researchers being infected with a genetically engineered "AIDS-like" virus.
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: Reform - funds this think tank
| PSE&G | Pulte Homes | QualCare Inc. | Ramapo College of NJ | The Related Companies | Respironics | Roche
Swiss pharma company Novartis owns 33% of the company (as of 2005).

Roseland Properties | Samsung | Samuel Adams | Sara Lee | Scottish Enterprise | Shell Renewables and Hydrogen | Sony Music Entertainment | Standard Pacific corporation | Starkey Laboratories | Sterling Bancorp | Stop & Shop | Sun Microsystems | SUNY | Super Shuttle | The Mills Partnership | The Motley Fool | The Senate of Puerto Rico | Tierra Solutions Inc. | Time Warner Center | Transworld Entertainment | VisitScotland | Volkswagen of America | Washington Software Alliance | Washington Wine Commission | Xango, LLC | Young Audiences
Rogers & Cowan England, United States
Slay PR United States
Weber Shandwick Worldwide Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Portugal, Russia, Scotland, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand (2 more countries)
PMK/HBH United States
The Rhoads Group United States
Tierney Communications United States
The Axis Agency United States
The Martin Agency United States
Mullen United States
Financial Relations Board United States
Rowan & Blewitt United States
Carmichael Lynch Spong United States
FutureBrand Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, England, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United States
Gillespie United States
KRC Research England, United States
Howard Merrell & Partners United States
Cassidy & Associates Belgium, Russia, United States
The Rhoads Group United States
Marketing services
Advanced Marketing Services
Bozell Worldwide
FutureBrand Worldwide
Hill, Holliday
Jack Morton Worldwide
McCann Relationship Marketing Partners Worldwide
McCann-Erickson WorldGroup
Modem Media
Mullen Advertising
Temerlin McClain
Bozell, Campbell-Ewald
Foote, Cone & Belding
Lowe and Partners
Campbell Mithun
Carmichael Lynch
market research
MR units under the NFO WorldGroup umbrella include

NFO Research
NFO Cfgroup
NFO Migliara/Kaplan
NFO Plog
NFO Prognostics
Infratest Burke AG
Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc. (IPG) is one of the largest advertising and marketing conglomerates in the world (along with Omnicom Group and WPP Group)
Previously used lobby firms:

Cassidy & Associates, Belgium, Russia, United States
The Rhoads Group, United States
Bragman Nyman Cafarelli, United States
Carmichael Lynch Spong, United States
DeVries Public Relations, United States
E&J Gallo Winery
Pepperidge Farm
the merger of Pepsi-Cola and Frito-Lay. In 1998 it bought Tropicana and in 2001 merged with The Quaker Oats Company, including Gatorad
in 2005, PepsiCo launched the "Smart Spot" program, a self-congratulatory stamp of approval
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McNeil Consumer & Specialty
Procter & Gamble
In 2001, P&G started "Tremor," a word-of-mouth marketing program that recruited teens to "pitch" products from P&G and other companies to their friends. (and lots of animal testing with these guys)(edited)

Past clients, in the fields of beauty, food, healthcare and fashion, include:
Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association
Ralph Lauren
Del Monte
15 April 2005: “Chile´s Fresh Fruit Boom Not So Sweet For Workers”

This article, written by Ignacio Badal, denounces the precarious conditions in which the “pick and pack” fruit workers have to work.
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Al Jazeera English
African migrant farm workers exploited

Godiva Chocolatier
Taster’s Choice
Seroxat Causes Suicide and Self Harm - GlaxoSmithKline's 'Study 329' (Paxil/Aropax)

American Cancer Society
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
CDC Whistleblower Revealed

Bank of America
Brooks Brothers
Dr. Martens
J.C. Penny
Old Navy
Tommy Hilfiger
DeVries Public Relations
30 East 60th Street
New York, NY 10022
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In March 2006 Golin Harris was appointed to run a global campaign to help clean up the poor reputation of Dow Chemical. In an email to O'Dwyers PR Daily, Dow Chemical staffer Terri McNeill wrote that the company wants "stakeholders to better understand how its products, people and actions contribute to human progress."Dow has refused to compensate the victims of the 1984 Bhopal disaster in India, a liability it inherited when it took over Union Carbide
Bhopal Gas Tragedy | World's Worst Industrial Disaster

Initiative, Global
MWW Group, United States
Rogers & Cowan, England, United States
Rogers & Cowan also represented the Nutritional Health Alliance, a grassroots lobbying campaign created by the manufacturers of nutritional supplements to oppose regulation of the industry by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Slay PR, United States
Weber Shandwick Worldwide
PMK/HBH, United States
The Rhoads Group, United States
Tierney Communications, United States
The Axis Agency, United States
The Martin Agency, United States
Mullen, United States
Financial Relations Board, United States
Rowan & Blewitt, United States
FutureBrand, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, England, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United States
Gillespie, United States
KRC Research, England, United States
Howard Merrell & Partners, United States
Marketing services
Advanced Marketing Services
Bozell Worldwide
FutureBrand Worldwide
Hill, Holliday
Jack Morton Worldwide
McCann Relationship Marketing Partners Worldwide
McCann-Erickson WorldGroup
Modem Media
Mullen Advertising
Temerlin McClain
Bozell, Campbell-Ewald
Foote, Cone & Belding
Lowe and Partners
Campbell Mithun
Carmichael Lynch
With 2007 pay
Michael I. Roth, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, $8,940,739
Frank Mergenthaler, Chief Financial Officer, $4,315,871[5]
Philippe Krakowsky, Executive Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Relations, $2,570,085[6]
Timothy A. Sompolski, Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Office, $2,420,399[7]
Nicholas J. Camera, General Counsel and Secretary
Christopher Carroll, Chief Accounting Officer
Thomas Dowling, Chief Risk Officer
Terry D. Peigh, Senior Vice President
Michael I. Roth, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Frank J. Borelli, Retired Chief Financial Officer and Director, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.
Reginald K. Brack, Former Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Time Inc.
Jocelyn Carter-Miller, President, TechEdVentures
Jill M. Considine, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation
Richard A. Goldstein, Former Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, International Flavors and Fragrances, Inc.
H. John Greeniaus, Former Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Nabisco, Inc.
Mary J. Steele Guilfoile, Chairman of MG Advisors, Inc.
William T. Kerr, Chairman, Meredith Corporation
David M. Thomas, Chairman and CEO, IMS Health
Interpublic hq 1114 Avenue of the Americas
New York, N.Y. 10036
Phone: (212) 704-1200
Fax: (212) 704-1201
Jill M. Considine Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation.
GolinHarris Belgium, China, England, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United States
(Amounts in Millions except Per Share Data)

Three Months Ended September 30,
2017 2016 Fav. (Unfav.)

% Variance
United States $ 1,156.0 $ 1,165.9 (0.8) %
International 746.6 756.3 (1.3) %
Total Revenue 1,902.6 1,922.2 (1.0)
The company consists of three major networks: McCann Worldgroup, Lowe and Partners, and FCB
McCann WorldGroup
1971 "Hilltop" ad, which featured the "I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke" jingle
Project ReBrief
Coca-Cola, 1971 - 'Hilltop' | "I'd like to buy the world a Coke"

McCann Erickson also developed the "Army Strong" campaign for the United States Army 2006ish(edited)
The dumbest Army commercial causes me to make my own

MasterCard 5-29
Ralph Nader, PDX 2000, Mastercard

RiceRoni- stealing jingles like trademarking words 8-12
Ernest Hare and Billy Jones: Barney Google (1923)

McCann Erickson also developed the Gold Blend couple advertisements for Nescafé circa 87(edited)
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Above Average
Folgers Incest Commercial - Extended Cut

McCann On "Mad Men"

Notable former employees include Theodor Seuss Geisel
Ronald Reagan's brother, Neil Reagan, who was senior vice president of McCann Erickson(edited)
Homoerotic artist Tom of Finland started his work in the 1960s as an art director at the Finnish branch of the agency

When the agency acquired the Sunkist Growers, Incorporated account, the citrus industry was in a slump with an excess of produce. Lasker helped increase the consumption of oranges by creating a new market with his “Drink an orange” ads

1940 esque
Lasker's use of radio, particularly with his campaigns for Palmolive soap, Pepsodent toothpaste, Kotex feminine hygiene products, and Lucky Strike cigarettes, not only revolutionized the advertising industry but also significantly changed popular culture
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1950s Commercials for Lucky Strike cigarettes

Slogan/Claim "It's toasted" pro Lucky Strike (Mad Men)

RJR Nabisco
AT&T, Coors Brewing Company, Payless ShoeSource, Mattel
2008 also called Draftfcb
How KFC treats their chickens - KFC Cruelty

KFC Commercial 2008

CBS Evening News
Outsourcing the Oreo

IPG was founded as McCann-Erickson in September, 1930. In January, 1961, it was renamed Interpublic Group and created the first marketing services management holding company with McCann-Erickson as a subsidiary
2002, IPG suffered a precipitous drop in its stock price and reputation in an accounting scandal.
Interpublic was alleged in violation of the Securities Exchange Act over misrepresentation and artificially inflating its earnings.
s of November 18, 2008 (taking into account stock splits), IPG's stock has sold at approximately the same price it was on November 18, 1987
Meyer Wilson
Pump and Dump Schemes

As of July 2016 Campbell Ewald Cassidy & Associates
Deutsch Inc.
FCB (new name of Draftfcb, a merger of Draft Worldwide and Foote, Cone & Belding Worldwide)
Hill Holliday
Jack Morton Worldwide
The Martin Agency
MullenLowe Profero
Octagon Worldwide
Rogers & Cowan
Tierney Communications
Universal McCann
Weber Shandwick(edited)
Campbell Ewald
Furniture retailer IKEA
Fight Club - Scene from the IKEA catalog

Deutsch created TacoBot, an artificially intelligent chatbot for placing orders and specifying pickup at local Taco Bell restaurants via Slack 2016
Jack Morton Worldwide, as it is known today, was named after its founder, Irvin Leonidas "Jack" Morton who was born in 1910 on a tobacco and cotton farm in Newport, North Carolina
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Google Censoring Anti War Websites With Their FAKE NEWS Filter!

Lou Gerstner, former chairman and CEO of IBM and Nabisco, was appointed chairman of Carlyle in January 2003, replacing Frank Carlucci.
Behind the Swoosh - Nike, Modern Slave Masters

Samsung was the subject of several complaints about child labor in its supply chain from 2012 to 2015.
Samsung Plant in China Uses and Abuses Child Workers: Investigation

Fogle audio tapes on Dr. Phil - 5pm report

Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation
Eaton Corporation
Tribe Hummus
Hewlett Packard
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Boycott Hewlett Packard (HP)

The Martin Agency's clients include: Benjamin Moore & Co.
Chips Ahoy!
Mondelēz International brands AKA Mesico
Colonial Williamsburg
Discover Card,
15 million people who used the company’s services, among them customers of American cellular company T-Mobile who had applied for Experian credit checks
Experian says 15M have info stolen in hack of T-Mobile data

torture, murder, rape and war
GEICO, Georgia-Pacific, Hanes, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Kayak
Midas, Moen
Optimum, Oreo, Penske
Ritz Crackers
, Sabra
Sabra recalls 30,000 cases of hummus over listeria concerns

8 April 2015
Timberland PRO, TracFone
The Federal Trade Commission reported that "TracFone’s limits on 'unlimited' data led to $40 million in consumer refunds" as result of a lawsuit the FTC brought 2015(edited)

and Walmart.
George Boston Rhynes

Octagon Worldwide ZeroInterpublic - Last Monday at 2:40 AM
Octagon is the global sports and entertainment content marketing arm of the Interpublic Group of Companies
octagon moved their global headquarters to 290 Harbor Drive in Stamford, Connecticut.(edited)
BMW, MasterCard, Doosan, Cisco and AB InBev
According to author Ethan Gutmann, Cisco and other telecommunications equipment providers supplied the Chinese government with surveillance and Internet infrastructure equipment that is used to block Internet websites and track online activities in China
Cisco colludes with China to censor the Internet

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AB InBev In May 2017, the company was criticized for reportedly engaging in anti-competitive behavior after purchasing the entire supply of South African hops from SAB Hop Farms, as part of the SABMiller purchase, and making the hops unavailable to any other US craft brewers
Craft Brewers Argue Massive Merger Is Unfair

It has restructured its business model every nine years due to the CEO's belief in numerology
9 is satan's number 9-11 is the infinite number of selfishness
Apollyon/Abaddon Is NOT Satan (Rev 9:11)

Rogers & Cowan
Tierney Communications
Universal McCann
#Earth 911#
ZeroInterpublic -
Earth 911's public service announcements will feature the Mobil 1 logo and the location of used motor oil collection sites.
Earth 911's corporate partners include Hewlett-Packard, Home Depot, Aluminum Association of America and Vertex Energy, a company that recycles petroleum products. ZeroEarth911 - Last Monday at 11:53 AM
Gittemary Johansen
How To Avoid Green Washing

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Address: 3481 Plano Parkway The Colony, TX
Phone: (800) 253-2687 (CLEANUP)

#Hewlett Packard#
Earth 911's public service announcements will feature the Mobil 1 logo and the location of used motor oil collection sites. Earth 911's corporate partners include Hewlett-Packard, Home Depot, Aluminum Association of America and Vertex Energy, a company that recycles petroleum products." ZeroEarth911 - Last Monday at 12:11 PM
Richard E. Belluzzo
c. 1954 CEO of Quantum
Mark Hurd
1957 President of Oracle 6-19
Fortune Magazine
Mark Hurd: From scandal at HP to Oracle co-CEO | Fortune

Marc Andreessen
Computer Programmer
26-Apr-1971 Co-Founder of Netscape
Business Insider
Marc Andreessen: When AOL Bought Netscape

Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr.
c. 1944 President of Verizon
RT America
Verizon customers caught in NSA surveillance scandal

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Sari M. Baldauf
10-Aug-1955 Head of Nokia Networks, 1998-2005
John H. Hammergren
1959 CEO of McKesson
Joel Hyatt
c. 1950 Hyatt Legal Services
Robert L. Ryan
c. 1943 CFO of Medtronic, 1993-2005
Lucille S. Salhany
? CEO of UPN, 1994-97
G. Kennedy Thompson
25-Nov-1950 CEO of Wachovia, 2000-08
PROHIBITION: Banks Launder Drug Cartel Money, Essential To Drug Business, Too Big to Indict 1/3

Philip M. Condit
2-Aug-1941 CEO of Boeing, 1996-2003
Harold J. Haynes
29-Sep-1925 8-Jul-2009 CEO of Standard Oil of California, 1974-81
Jay Keyworth
c. 1939 Science advisor to Reagan
Condoleezza Rice
14-Nov-1954 US Secretary of State, 2005-09
Representative Press ☞
Condoleezza Rice is a War Criminal, Shame on Rutgers

Hewlett-Packard Company is the world's largest information technology corporation
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It was a member of ALEC's Communications and Technology Task Force in 2011.
Calvin Sloan
ALEC - The American Legislative Exchange Council - Explained in 5 Minutes

From 1969 through 1971, founder Packard served as US Deputy Secretary of Defense.[
Deputy Secretary of Defense David Packard and an official party at the Vietnamese...HD Stock Footage

In 1973, HP became the first US electronics company to be invited to China to engage in trade discussions
In October 2006, around 90 companies, including Hewlett-Packard, told ABC Radio Networks that they did not want their ads to play on radio stations that carried Air America Radio
Grant Toth
Air America Goes Off Air

al Contributions
The Hewlett-Packard political action committee (PAC) gave $254,050 to federal candidates in the 05/06 election cycle - 37% to Democrats, 60% to Republicans, and 3% ($9,000) to independent Joseph Lieberman (I-CT)
HP was surrounded by controversy in 2006 when it became public that the people it had hired to investigate leaks of confidential information to the press beginning in 2005 had engaged in unethical means of acquiring information. The case was settled in 2008
Basic wages at Lite-On complied with Chinese minimum wage laws (690 yuan/month in 2007), but until mid-to-late 2007 when overtime began being paid at twice the standard weekend rate (8.24 yuan/hour) the company violated overtime wage laws by paying over 2 yuan less per hour
Research conducted by [SACOM] and [Bread for All] in early 2008 concluded that workers at Lite-On were unaware of their rights under either [EICC] standards or any of the codes of conduct of Lite-On’s customers, including HP
Lite-On Xuji Electronics Co., Ltd. Is a keyboard manufacturer based in Dongguan, China. The factory was founded in 1995, and while Dell is its major buyer, Lite-On Xuji sells keyboards to Acer, Apple, Foxconn, Gateway, HP, IBM, Lenovo, Logitech, Microsoft, NEC, Sony, and Toshiba.
After the rape and murder of one of its employees, HP faced prosecution in India in 2008 for not providing sufficient protection for its women employees who are only permitted to work night shifts for IT and communications services companies under a Bangalore law
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exposing their workers to dangerous conditions, mandatory overtime, low wages, forced labor, relocation, and anti-union practice
"In recent years, SVTC [Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition] has also been looking at another environmental problem caused by high tech: the growing volume of e-waste generated when obsolete computers and other devices -- with toxic material inside -- are thrown away.
ABC News
Toxic U.S. E-Waste: Third World Problem

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While Dell and Hewlett-Packard have responded positively to the pressure, the campaign faults companies such as Apple
Hewlett-Packard Financial Services Company (NJ, USA)
Snapfish (San Francisco, USA)
Synstar plc (UK)
Key executives and 2006 pay: Options
Mark V. Hurd, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer $13,980,000 $1,370,000
Ann M. Livermore, Exec. VP of Technology Solutions Group $7,620,000 $2,670,000
Vyomesh Joshi, Exec. VP of Imaging and Printing Group $9,940,000 $6,760,000
Shane V. Robison, Chief Strategy and Technology Officer $6,070,000 $5,130,000
Contact Information
3000 Hanover Street
Palo Alto, CA 94304-1185 USA
Phone: (650) 857-1501
Fax: (650) 857-5518
Soldier vs HP Printer

HP was the world's leading PC manufacturer from 2007 to Q2 2013, after which Lenovo came to rank ahead of HP
Hewlett-Packard company events included the spin-off of its electronic and bio-analytical measurement instruments part of its business as Agilent Technologies in 1999, its merger with Compaq in 2002, and the acquisition of EDS in 2008, which led to combined revenues of $118.4 billion in 2008 and a Fortune 500 ranking of 9 in 2009. In November 2009, HP announced the acquisition of 3Com,[4] with the deal closing on April 12, 2010.[5] On April 28, 2010, HP announced the buyout of Palm, Inc. for $1.2 billion
They worked on counter-radar technology and artillery shell fuses during World War II, which allowed Packard (but not Hewlett) to be exempt from the draft.
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Draft Dodgers

Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, originally designed the Apple I computer while working at HP
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Fiorina served as CEO during the technology downturn of the early 2000s and led the merger with [{Compaq]] that was "diastrous}, according to CNN and led to the firing of 30,000 U.S. employees July 1999 and she resigned on February 9, 2005(edited)

In 1997, HP sold over $120 million worth of its printers and computer products to Iran through a European subsidiary and a Dubai-based East distributor, despite U.S. export sanctions prohibiting such deals imposed by Bill Clinton's executive orders issued in 1995.

HP named Redington Gulf "Wholesaler of the Year" in 2003, which in turn published a press release stating that "[t]he seeds of the Redington-Hewlett-Packard relationship were sowed six years ago for one market — Iran."
Mustafa al rashid
Redington Gulf Corporate

HP was using a loophole by routing their sales through a foreign subsidiary
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On August 6, 2010, CEO Mark Hurd resigned amid controversy and CFO Cathie Lesjak assumed the role of interim CEO.
On September 30, 2010, Léo Apotheker was named as HP's new CEO and President. Apotheker's appointment sparked a strong reaction from Oracle chief executive Larry Ellison, who complained that Apotheker had been in charge of SAP when one of its subsidiaries was systematically stealing software from Oracle ZeroEarth911 - Last Tuesday at 4:44 PM
conceal evidence of its own prior knowledge and gross mismanagement and undermining of the company, noting public awareness since 2009 of its financial reporting issues
The Serious Fraud Office (United Kingdom), and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission joined the FBI in investigating the potential anomalies. HP incurred much damage with its stock falling to decades' low.

The dispute is still being litigated in the US, and is being investigated by the UK and Ireland Financial Reporting Council. On June 9, 2015, HP agreed to pay $100 million to investors who bought HP shares between August 19, 2011, and November 20, 2012 to settle the suite over Autonomy purchase

Human Rights Council’s Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967, called for boycotting HP together with other "businesses that are profiting from Israeli settlements on occupied Palestinian lands until they brought their operations in line with international human rights and humanitarian law"
Boycott HP
Black Friday event boycott Hewlett-Packard

In 2014, the Presbyterian Church voted to move forward with divestment from HP "in protest of Israeli policies toward Palestinians"

In 2015, the City of Portland's Human Rights Commission requested to place Caterpillar, G4S, Hewlett-Packard, and Motorola Solutions on the City’s “Do Not Buy” list.
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On April 9, 2014, an administrative proceeding before Securities and Exchange Commission was settled by HP consenting to an order acknowledging that HP had violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) when HP subsidiaries in Russia, Poland, and Mexico made improper payments to government officials to obtain or retain lucrative public contracts

"One company will be called Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, and it will focus on technology infrastructure software and services. The other, HP Inc., will sell printers and what the company calls personal systems — or PCs. 2014
HP manages the Israel government’s population registry and ID systems which divide the population by ethnicity and religion and are used to segregate and control Palestinians both within Israel and in the occupied West Bank. HP’s role is very similar to that of Polaroid during the apartheid era in South Africa.


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