Council on Foreign Relations/Corporate Members

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Membership• AT&T
• Bank of America Merrill Lynch
• Chevron Corporation
• Citigroup
• Exxon Mobil
• Facebook
• First Eagle Investment Management
• Goldman Sachs
• Google
• Hess Corporation
• Investcorp International
• JPMorgan Chase & Co
• Moody's
• Morgan Stanley
• Nasdaq
• PepsiCo
• American Express
• BlackRock
• Blackstone
• Bloomberg Philanthropies
• Bridgewater Associates
• Dell Technologies
• Deutsche Bank
• DXC Technology
• Eni
• General Atlantic
• GoldenTree Asset Management
• Lazard
• Luksic Group
• Mastercard
• McKinsey & Company
• PayPal
• Reliance Industries Limited
• S&P Global
• Shell
• Snap Inc
• Standard Chartered Bank
• Terna
• Thomson Reuters
• Värde Partners
• Veritas Capital Fund Management
• Warburg Pincus
• Acacia Partners
• Allen & Overy LLP
• American International Group
• Amgen
• Apollo Management
• Applied Materials
• Baker Nye Advisors Inc
• BASF Corporation
• Beaumont Health
• BNY Mellon
• The Boeing Company
• Booz Allen Hamilton Inc
• BP
• Centerview Partners
• Chesapeake Energy
• Chiomenti
• Chubb Limited
• Cigna
• Clayton Dubilier & Rice
• ConocoPhillips
• Corsair Capital
• Covington & Burling
• Craig Drill Capital Corporation
• Deere & Company
• Deloitte
• The D. E. Shaw Group
• Energy Intelligence Group Inc
• Estée Lauder
• EY Geostrategic Business Group
• FedEx Corporation
• Fidia Holding SpA
• Fitch Ratings
• Freeport-McMoRan Inc
• GardaWorld Federal Services
• Guidehouse
• Harman International Industries Inc
• Hellman & Friedman
• Hitachi
• Houlihan Lokey
• Indus Capital Partners
• Invus Group
• ITOCHU International
• Jacobs Asset Management
• Johnson & Johnson
• JunHe LLP
• Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & C
• LionTree LLC
• MacAndrews & Forbes Incorporated
• Mannheim LL
• Merck
• Microsoft
• Mitsubishi
• Mitsui & Co
• Moore Capital Management
• Navab Capital Partners
• Northrop Grumman
• Oak Hill Capital Partners
• The Olayan Group
• Palantir Technologies
• Pfizer
• Rassini
• Raytheon
• Siguler Guff & Company
• Silver Lake Partners
• Simpson Thacher & Bartlett
• SK hynix America Inc
• Standard Industries
• Stone Canyon Industries
• Sullivan & Cromwell
• Suntory Holdings
• Tata Sons Private Limited
• Tishman Speyer Properties Inc
• Total Washington DC Representative Office
• Toyota Motor Corporation
• Unipol Gruppo S.p.A
• United Airlines
• U.S. Chamber of Commerce
• Walmart
• Wells Fargo
• Western Union
• White & Case LLP

These are the corporate members of the Council on Foreign Relations per May 14, 2020. [1] Depending on sponsorship amount, they are subdivided in "Founders","President's Circle" and mere "Affiliates".


Known members

32 of the 125 of the members already have pages here:

AT&TThe world's largest telecommunications company and the largest provider of mobile telephone services in the USA
BPMultinational oil company implicated in the 1953 Iran Coup.
BlackRockWho owns a piece of everything? They do!
Clayton, Dubilier & RiceLeader in private equity.
ConocoPhillipsAmerican multinational oil and gas corporation
Covington & BurlingWashington DC law firm with deep state connections
Deutsche BankGerman bank
EniItalian multinational oil and gas founded by Enrico Mattei.
FacebookThe world's most popular social network, with over 1,000,000,000 users in 2014.
GoogleGlobal Internet/Skynet conglomerate
JPMorgan ChaseA multinational banking and financial services holding company. Deep state power for more than a century.
Johnson & JohnsonThe Vice President, Adrian Thomas was a "player" in Event 201. In March 2020 Johnson & Johnson entered into a $456 million partnership with the US government for a COVID-19 vaccine.
McKinsey & Companycorporate hit-men to loot the economy
MerckBig pharma with a long rap sheet of unethical practices
MicrosoftStarted in 1975 with Paul Allen, Bill Gates developed Microsoft from a operating system maker of computers into one of the most prolific companies of all time, valued over $1 trillion, 3rd most valuable in the world. MS has over a billion in fines from corruption, mass surveillance violations & tax evasion. MS has market shares in dozens of markets, leading in the Platformization-epidemic of the 2010s started by big tech. It was the first partner in the NSA-PRISM program.
Morgan Stanley
Northrop Grumman
Palantir TechnologiesCEO Alex Karp says: "Palantir is supporting Israel in every way we can"<a href="#cite_note-1">[1]</a>
PayPalOnline payment website
PfizerA multinational big pharma company. Made a killing during COVID
RaytheonMilitary-industrial complex.
ShellBiggest Dutch company. Caused trillions in damage due to fracking in Groningen. Convicted worldwide for crimes against locals. Employs hitmen and deep state operatives in African countries. Mislead shareholders for up to $1bn.
Sullivan & CromwellNotorious New York law firm used by the Dulles brothers.
US/Chamber of Commerce"[R]eally one of the most powerful lobbies in this country. It’s so powerful you almost never read about it. It’s one of those deep presences that rarely rise to the level of being written about in history."
Warburg Pincus
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