US Tennis Association Unfortunately, this article could have been written about many of the sports oriented non-profits - "Tennis Association Funds Go to Board Member Projects" http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/23/sports/tennis/intersect...
Target Corporation Top Ten Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) Subsidized Employers in Illinois (#3)
McDonald's Corporation Top Ten Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) Subsidized Employers in Illinois (#1)
Take Back Chicago Use this link to access Illinos State Board of Elections campaign finance info- http://www.elections.il.gov/campaigndisclosure/Contributi....
There are instructions on how to look up an alderman's campaign contributions on the 'How-To' Tab of this research group.
@Armstrong maps are way cool. i don't know if you are interested, but i added a guy who participated in what was widely viewed as a con with board members of Nevada System of Higher Education and got Wells Fargo inside a multi-million dollar student center complex. it may be relevant to your map of higher ed Wells Fargo scams.
also, maps are freaking cool.
One Percent Watch I would love to use this data to create a semantic interlinked database...can i proceed (and share in Creative Commons all the results)?
Qorvis MSLGroup just signed Russia's second largest natural gas producer as a lobbying client. Qorvis is known for taking on controversial clients and has been accused of fluffing their wikipedia pages. http://www.dailydot.com/news/qorvis-lauer-wikipedia-paid-...
Take Back Chicago Am I the only one having trouble accessing board of elections campaign finance info? The site I'm finding on Google (https://www.elections.il.gov/campaigndisclosure/contribut...) either reroutes or says that the page cannot be loaded. Anyone know another way to access this info?
Take Back Chicago Welcome to the Take Back Chicago Research Group. This is a group for individuals and organizations to come together and do strategic research to learn about the power structure that moves the corporate agenda in our city. Whether you're investigating the businesspeople in Rahm Emanuel's downtown inner circle or the local charters and developers giving money to your alderman, this is the place to do the research, share the findings, and build the movement.
When you find something noteworthy about any aspect of the power structure, you should share it with the group in this Notes section. Just start your note with Take Back Chicago and then tell us what you find. We will update the 'Findings' section regularly with our discoveries.
Check out the 'How-To' section for instructions on how to research Campaign Contributions for elected officials.
Go to the 'Lists' section to see Lists that other Take Back Chicago users have compiled about the Chicago power structure.
If you need technical help using Littlesis, check out the 'Help' section at the top of the page. If you're still having trouble, email Ben at [email protected].
The law firm DLA Piper has secured over $130 million in TIF subsidies for development in downtown Chicago, including for such private companies as The Boeing Company,United Continental Holdings, Inc., CNA Financial CorporationUSG and The John Buck Company. DLA Piper's employees have donated $125,000 to the campaign of Rahm Emanuel and thousands to aldermen, including Ameya Pawar, Walter Burnett Jr, Brendan Reilly, Pat Dowell, Margaret Laurino and William Burns.
George Soros According to Tivadar Soros, a lawyer and father of George Soros forbid his son from working as a courier for the Jewish Council. The courier's job was to deliver summons to Jewish lawyers in Budapest, Hungary. The summons stated:
You are required to report tomorrow morning
at 9 O'clock at the Rabbinical Seminary in Rokk
Szilard Street. Please bring with you a blanket
and food for two days.
Tividar stated about his son George, "...was beginning to enjoy his career as a courier; it was all a big adventure." "What kinds of people are on your lists? They're lawyers, and their names all begin with the letters A, B and C.
Soros, Tivadar, "Masquerade: Dancing around Death in Nazi-Occupied Hungary", (c) 1965. Arcade Publishing, New York. P. 18.
On January 9, 2006 an entity related to Michael Joseph, MLJ Investment, donated $20,000 to the Eliot Spitzer, though the NYS Dep't of State has no record of an entity called MLJ Investment. The address on the Board of Elections filing is the same as many Michael Joseph-tied businesses.
Princeton University If you have not already found this resource, The Princeton Alumni Weekly publishes memorials/obituaries for alumni and keeps them available and searchable, back to the publication's founding in 1909.