Updated October 26, 2010There are approximately 4600 registered Politcal Action Committees (PAC) in the U.S., most of which are connected to corporations, labor unions, trade groups and health organizations. These "connected" PAC's collect money from employes and shareholders in order to fund the political campaigns of the political candidates that the company's officer believe will benefit their own capitalistic concerns the most and the best.
It is revealing to discover which retail companies have PAC's and which retail companies don't. Just because a company doesn't have a PAC doesn't mean that it doesn't make political contributions. It just means that it doesn't use a PAC as the vehicle for making political campaign contributions.
What follows is a lits of U.S. retail industry corporations that have a PAC. The list is arranged alphabetically by company name, not according to the size of the PAC funds contributed to political campaigns.
U.S. Retail Industry Companies with Political Action Committees:
AT&T Ohio Employee
AT&T Mobility Employee
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