Explore Koch's Web of Dirty Money and Influence
"My joke is that we're the biggest company you've never heard of." – David Koch
Koch Industries is the second-largest privately-held company in the United States, a conglomerate of more than twenty companies with $115 billion in annual sales, operations in nearly 60 countries, and 100,000 employees globally.
Since the creation of new clean energy jobs is a critical benefit of climate and energy policy, opponents have focused on discrediting ‘green’ jobs. A report appeared on this subject in spring of 2009 called the "Study of the effects on...
$24,643,414 provided to climate denial front groups 2005-2011 [Total funds given to front groups 1997-2011: $27,411,493]
David H. Koch, born in 1940, is Executive Vice-President of Koch Industries, and the CEO of the subsidiary Koch Chemical Technology Group.
Charles G. Koch, born in 1935, is the CEO and Chairman of Koch Industries.
The Koch brothers, their family members and Koch Industries employees direct a web of financing that supports conservative and libertarian special interest groups and think-tanks, with a strong focus on fighting environmental regulation and...
Koch Industries’ political action committee--KochPAC--bundles contributions from Koch employees, executives and their spouses. KochPAC spent over $22 million on federal political candidates since 1999.
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