Here’s the List of Companies That Asked Congress for Gun Control

Here are the companies and CEOs that signed this letter

Companies with more than 500 employees:
Company Name Title
Airbnb Brian Chesky Co-Founder, Head of Community and CEO
Amalgamated Bank Keith Mestrich President and CEO
Bain Capital John Connaughton and Jonathan Lavine / Josh Bekenstein and Steve Pagliuca Co-Managing Partners / Co-Chairmen
Beyond Meat Ethan Brown Co-Founder and CEO
Bloomberg LP Peter T. Grauer Chairman
Brookfield Property Group Ric Clark Chairman
ClassPass Fritz Lanman CEO
Conde Nast Roger Lynch CEO
Credit Karma Ken Lin Founder and CEO
DICK’S Sporting Goods Edward Stack CEO
DoorDash Tony Xu Co-Founder and CEO
Ecolab Doug Baker Chairman and CEO
Edelman Richard Edelman President and CEO
Eventbrite Julia Hartz Co-Founder and CEO
Gap Inc. Art Peck CEO
Goat Group Eddy Lu CEO
Group Nine Media Ben Lerer Co-Founder and CEO
Havas Group Yannick Bollore CEO
Horizon Media Bill Koenigsberg President CEO and Founder
Impossible Foods Patrick O. Brown MD, PhD, Founder and CEO
Interpublic Michael Roth Chairman and CEO
Kabbage Inc. and Drum Technologies Rob Frohwein / Kathryn Petralia Co-Founder and CEO / Co-Founder and President
Levi Strauss & Co. Chip Bergh President and CEO
Lyft Logan Green / John Zimmer Co-Founder and CEO / Co-Founder and President
MongoDB Inc. Dev Ittycheria President and CEO
Oaktree Capital Management Howard Marks Co-Chairman
Okta Todd McKinnon Co-Founder and CEO
Omnicom Group John Wren Chairman and CEO
Pinterest Ben Silbermann Co-Founder and CEO
Postmates Bastian Lehmann Co-Founder & CEO
Prologis Hamid R. Moghadam Chairman and CEO
Publicis Groupe Arthur Sadoun Chairman and CEO
Reddit Steve Huffman CEO
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Richard Fain CEO
RXR Realty Scott Rechler Chairman and CEO
Shutterstock Inc. Jon Oringer Founder and CEO
Square and Twitter Jack Dorsey CEO
Squarespace Anthony Casalena Founder and CEO
SurveyMonkey Zander Lurie CEO
Thrive Global Arianna Huffington Founder and CEO
TOMS Blake Mycoskie / Jim Alling Founder and Chief Shoe Giver / CEO
Twilio Jeff Lawson Co-Founder and CEO
Uber Dara Khosrowshahi CEO
WPP Mark Read CEO
Yelp Jeremy Stoppelman Co-Founder and CEO

Companies with less than 500 employees:
Company Name Title
AlleyCorp Kevin P. Ryan Founder and CEO
Ambition Travis Truett Co-Founder and CEO
Ariel Investments LLC John W. Rogers, Jr. / Mellody Hobson Founder, Chairman and Co-CEO / Co-CEO & President
Artsy Mike Steib CEO
Ascend.io Sean Knapp Co-Founder and CEO
Aspiration Andrei Cherny Co-Founder and CEO
Aura Abdur Chowdhury CEO
Backpack Fahim M. Aziz Founder and CEO
Bad Robot JJ Abrams / Katie McGrath Chairman and Co-CEO / Co-CEO
BeeswaxIO Corporation Ari Paparo CEO
Begin Ryan Block Co-Founder
Betaworks John Borthwick Founder and CEO
Bonusly Raphael Crawford-Marks Co-Founder and CEO
Brat Darren Lachtman Co-Founder
Brud Trevor McFedries CEO
Cambly Sameer Shariff Co-Founder
Catch&Release, Inc. Analisa Goodin Founder and CEO
Cerebras Systems Andrew Feldman Founder and CEO
Circle Medical George Favvas CEO
Clearbit Alex MacCaw CEO
Clever Tyler Bosmeny CEO
Clockwise Matt Martin Co-Founder and CEO
Color Genomics Othman Laraki Co-Founder and CEO
Crunchbase, Inc. Jager McConnell CEO
Curalate, Inc. Apu Gupta Co-Founder and CEO
Curtsy David Oates Co-Founder and CEO
DAILYLOOK Brian Ree Founder and CEO
Doxel, Inc. Saurabh Ladha CEO
Elektra Labs Andy Coravos Co-Founder and CEO
Emerson Collective Laurene Powell Jobs President
Farmstead Pradeep Elankumaran Co-Founder & CEO
Full Picture Desiree Gruber CEO
Fundera Jared Hecht Founder and CEO
Golden Jude Gomila Founder and CEO
Guru Rick Nucci Co-Founder and CEO
Hint, Inc. Kara Goldin Founder and CEO
HipDot Jeff Sellinger Co-Founder and CEO
Hooked Prerna Gupta CEO
humbition Cyrus Massoumi Managing Partner
JOOR Kristin Savilia CEO
Jumbo Privacy Pierre Valade CEO
Kadena William Martino Founder and CEO
Kanga Jake Perlman-Garr CEO
Knowable Warren Shaeffer Co-Founder and CEO
Lattice Jack Altman CEO
MetaProp.vc Aaron N. Block Co-Founder and Managing Director
Modern Fertility Afton Vechery Co-Founder and CEO
Neighborland Dan Parham / and Tee Parham Founder and CEO / Founder and CTO
NewsCred Shafqat Islam CEO
Nextdoor Sarah Friar CEO
NowThis Athan Stephanopoulos President
Nurx Varsha Rao CEO
Obemdorf Enterprises William E. Oberndorf Chairman
Oceans Steven Rosenblatt Co-Founder and General Partner
OfferUp Nick Huzar Co-Founder and CEO
Openpath James Segil Co-Founder and President
Parabol Jordan Husney CEO
Paravision Doug Aley CEO
Plato Design John Milinovich CEO
Presto Rajat Suri CEO
Prima Christopher Gavigan Founder and CEO
Quartzy Adam Regelmann Founder and COO
Ribbon Health Nate Maslak / Nate Fox Co-Founder and CEO / Co-Founder and CTO
Ro Zachariah Reitano Co-Founder and CEO
Roofstock Gary Beasley Co-Founder and CEO
Ruist Stephen Ehikian Co-Founder and CEO
SelfMade Brian Schechter CEO
Shoptiques Inc. Olga Vidisheva Founder and CEO
Sidewalk Labs Dan Doctoroff CEO
Sift Jason Tan CEO
Skillshare Matt Cooper CEO
SkySafe Grant Jordan CEO
Small Door Josh Guttman / Florent Peyre Co-Founder and CEO / Co-Founder and President
SmartAsset Michael Carvin Co-Founder and CEO
Snapdocs, Inc. Aaron King Founder and CEO
Solve.io Neil Capel CEO
Splash Ben Hindman Co-Founder and CEO
Standard Bots Evan Beard Founder and CEO
Stanlee R. Gatti Designs Stanlee R. Gatti Founder
Sundia Corporation Bradford Oberwager CEO
Sunlight Health Ross Feinstein CEO
Superplastic Paul Budnitz CEO
SV Angel Ron Conway Founder
ThirdLove Heidi Zak / David Spector Co-Founder and Co-CEO / Co-Founder and Co-CEO
thisopenspace inc. Yashar Nejati CEO
Thrive Capital Joshua Kushner Founder and Managing Partner
ThunderCore Inc. Chris Wang CEO
Tillable Corbett Kull CEO
Uniform Teeth Meghan Jewitt CEO
Viosera Therapeutics Nicholas Goldner / Christopher Bulow Co-Founder and CEO / Co-Founder and COO
Virtual Kitchen Co Ken Chong CEO
Voxer Irv Remedios CEO
Voyage Oliver Cameron Co-Founder and CEO
Watsi Chase Adam / Grace Garey Co-Founder and CEO / Co-Founder and COO
WayUp Liz Wessel Co-Founder and CEO
Whalar Neil Waller CEO
Wizeline Bismarck Lepe CEO
x.ai, inc. Dennis R. Mortensen Founder and CEO
Y Combinator Geoff Ralston President
Zola Shan-Lyn Ma Co-Founder and CEO

19 responses to Here’s the List of Companies That Asked Congress for Gun Control

  1. futuret September 19th, 2019 at 3:46 pm

    I DO NOT KNOW HOW TO USE A GUN, LET ALONE HAVE ONE, BUT THIS IS ONE TERRIFIC NEWSFEED BLOG. PLEASE ADD ME TO YOUR LIST TO RECEIVE THIS NEWS.

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  2. Andy September 16th, 2019 at 12:32 pm

    Where are the companies who stand with us for liberty? We need a list of corporations brave enough to face down these controllers. Our liberty – our freedoms are not for men to provide or take away – these are gifted from Almighty God. Our very Constitutional Republic is a gift from God! No government – no man – no group of men have any authority to take these things away!

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    • Jim Wheiland September 17th, 2019 at 8:08 am

      100% true! I would like to know who stands WITH us, not just those openly opposed to our freedoms!

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  3. Vince September 16th, 2019 at 11:56 am

    Haven’t worn Levi’s in years. Check out Texas Jeans and give your business to real Americans.

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    • Joan September 16th, 2019 at 1:54 pm

      Amen,thank you a new brand to wear! Not that I currently own any Levi’s.

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  4. Jim September 16th, 2019 at 10:06 am

    These companies will be held accountable and I will refuse to do business with all.

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    • Centurion_Cornelius September 16th, 2019 at 11:58 am

      WORD!

      Hit ’em in the pocket book and bottom line.

      Corporate execs and Board of Directors–be advised–your customers WILL REACT ACCORDINGLY!

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  5. Anon September 16th, 2019 at 7:41 am

    Wow a lot of Jews on this list. Hmm

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  6. Guy September 14th, 2019 at 2:13 pm

    Do you have email addresses for these people? I think they should hear how the customers feel about this.

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  7. Bruce Gordon September 14th, 2019 at 2:11 pm

    Hey Beto….. You and what Army….

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    • DWEEZIL THE WEASEL September 16th, 2019 at 11:26 am

      Mr. Gordon: I’ll tell you what army: It will be the legions of Orcs and Orcettes who wear badges and attend the “Blue Lives Matter” rallies where the clueless Sheeple, Cucks, and Normies slobber all over them. Salaries and pensions mean everything to them, not your rights.
      Add to that a sizable portion of .mil, state NG units, and private “Operators” feeding at the Leviathan’s trough. How do I know? I have dealt with these creatures for years and have listened to their conversations. Plan accordingly. Bleib ubrig.

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  8. michael September 14th, 2019 at 4:56 am

    that is quite a list of companies not to do business with!!

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    • ceefour September 14th, 2019 at 3:42 pm

      Look at em….who or what would do business with unknown entities like those? Screwblls.

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      • AngryAmerican September 17th, 2019 at 8:17 am

        Uber, Yelp, AirBNB, Lyfte. Those are companies people use! They SHOULDN’T, but they do! Dick’s Sporting Goods is already in their death knell. I was more surprised Walmart, Fascistbook, and Twitter were not listed! We already know they’re behind the dismantling of our Constitution!

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  9. Christopher Meissen September 13th, 2019 at 5:59 pm

    The only one of those that I’m at all familiar with is Impossible Foods and Burger Kings Impossible Burger isn’t worth trying a second time anyway.

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  10. Richard Coon September 13th, 2019 at 1:05 pm

    The only company on the list that I use or frequent is Pinterest and I will never visit them again. As for the others, who cares???? CEOs that I have known are no more enlightened or intelligent than the average person, they just learned how to play with numbers….

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  11. SpeedBump September 13th, 2019 at 11:47 am

    Seems a bunch of “Nobody” companies. Perhaps they are trying to make a name for themselves?

    I see no threat here of them influencing anything.

    A band of followers!

    Like Wall Mart – driving business back into the hands of progressive conservative companies who have a finger on the pulse of the public, and a finger on the pulse of The Constitution.

    A happy and profitable marriage indeed…

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  12. Jimmy September 13th, 2019 at 9:35 am

    Looks like it is time to pull an obama and get the IRS involved

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  13. TMA1911 September 13th, 2019 at 9:16 am

    Never heard of most of them, have no idea what they do.

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