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AAA
Financial Institution
Fortune 500
all
Founded in
1902
With over 60 million members, AAA is a juggernaut among membership organizations. From its founding in 1902 in Chicago at the dawn of the Automobile Age, AAA has worked to assist motorists in all types of ways. From the early days of offering maps and travel itineraries, AAA now provides auto lending, auto insurance, discounts on hotel stays and rental cars, certified repairs, life insurance, travel insurance and more..
ABCorp
Fintech
Enterprise
all
Founded in
1795
ABCorp is an American corporation providing contract manufacturing and related services to the authentication, payment and secure access business sectors. Its history dates back to 1795 as a secure engraver and printer, and assisting the newly formed First Bank of the United States to design and produce more counterfeit resistant currency.
AEG
Consumer
all
Founded in
1994
AEG is the acronym of Anschutz Entertainment Group, the world's largest owner of sports team and sports events. Founded in 1994 in Los Angeles, where their corporate offices remain today, AEG presents global sporting and entertainment events. In November, 2021, AEG renamed Staples Center in Los Angeles the "Crypto.com Arena" in a $700 million branding deal with the SIngapore-based Crypto currency company. The new name is scheduled to take effect on Christmas Day, 2021.
Alloy
API Partnership
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2012
Alloy is a developer of an identity verification platform used to detect fraud and make identity management effective and simple for banks.
Apex Clearing
API Partnership
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2012
Apex is an independent, full-service clearing firm helping power the digital revolution in financial services.
Bain & Company
Consultancy
Enterprise
all
Founded in
1973
Headquartered in Boston, and founded in 1973, Bain and Company provides advice to public, private and non-profit entities.Bain provides management consulting in the areas of operations, marketing, IT, organization, strategic planning, M&A, and finance. The company has approximately $4.6 billion in annual revenue, and almost 11,000 employees worldwide.
Bankshift
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2020
BankShift is a mobile and web application that enables users to view and transact on all of their financial accounts.
Bloomberg
Financial Institution
Fortune 500
all
Founded in
1981
Bloomberg is a privately-held financial, software, media and data company that is headquartered in mid-town Manhattan in New York City.. Mike Bloomberg founded Bloomberg in 1981 with the 10 million dollars he received from the Salomon Brothers acquisition, where he had been a general partner.
Bristol Meyers Squibb
Fortune 500
Consumer
all
Founded in
1887
With its international headquarters in New York City, an employee population of over 30,000, revenues of $42.5 billion. $9 billion in profit and assets of over $129.5 billion, BMS (Bristol Meyers Squibb) is a formidable competitor in the pharmaceutical industry. Founded in 1887 by William McLaren Bristol,, John Ripley Meyers and E.R. Squibb, BMS is now a perennial Fortune 500 member. BMS has increased its annual dividend to stockholders every single year for the past 13 years in a row.
Capio
Enterprise
all
Founded in
2008
Capio enables healthcare organizations to complete their revenue cycle. Our solutions leveraged at any point after accounts have been designated as bad debt, provides organizations with immediate cash and confidence knowing patients will be managed by an experienced healthcare-focused team.
Capital One
Financial Institution
Fortune 500
all
Founded in
1994
Oakstone Financial (owned by Signet Bank at the time) was renamed to Capital One in 1994, and the newly formed credit card company rocketed into the top 10 after signing up 5 million customers. It has continued to innovate in the credit card space for the past three decades.
Cisco Systems
Fortune 500
Enterprise
all
Founded in
1984
Stanford computer scientists Leonard Bosack and Sandy Lerner founded Cisco in 1984 in San Francisco. The headquarters is now in San Jose, California. With almost 80,000 employees, revenue of $50 billion and net income of $11.2 billion, this gargantuan networking company is a huge player in their market segment, led by the popularity of their modular and scalable "Infrastructure Platforms". The company name comes from the last two syllables of San Francisco.
Citi
Financial Institution
Fortune 500
all
Founded in
1998
Citi, or Citigroup, is an American multinational investment bank and financial services corporation headquartered in New York City. The company was formed by the merger of banking giant Citicorp and financial conglomerate Travelers Group in 1998; Travelers was subsequently spun off from the company in 2002.
Codat
API Partnership
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2017
Based in London, England, Codat offers a universal API for small business data as it pertains to financial institutions. Codat raised $40 million in its last round of financing, with an estimated valuation of $220 million.
Cornell University
Non-Profit
all
Founded in
1865
Cornell University is an Ivy League university in Ithaca, NY. The school was founded in 1865 by Ezra Cornell and Andrew Dickson White and is one of the few land-grant universities in the U.S. Their endowment is currently $10 biliion, and the school has 15,500 undergraduates and 11,000 postgraduates. As of October, 2020, 61 Nobel Laureates were either faculty, researchers or students at the school.
Digital Currency Group
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2015
Digital Currency Group builds and supports bitcoin and blockchain companies by leveraging insights, network, and access to capital.
Discover
Financial Institution
Fortune 500
all
Founded in
1985
Discover Financial Services owns and operates Discover Bank, which offers checking and savings accounts, personal loans, home equity loans, student loans and credit cards. Discover Card is the third largest credit card brand in the United States, when measured by cards in force, with nearly 50 million cardholders. Discover is currently headquartered in the Chicago suburb of Riverwoods, Illinois.
Dwolla
API Partnership
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2008
Dwolla is a FinTech company that is changing the way innovative businesses move money with their modern payments platform.
EY
Consultancy
Enterprise
all
Founded in
1989
Ernst and Young Global Limited does business as EY. It is considered to be one of the "Big Four" accounting firms and is one of the largest professional services networks in the world. With $40 billion in annual revenue and 312,000 global employees, EY is a massive company. Despite this, EY has been ranked on Fortune magazine's list of the "100 Best Companies to Work For" for the past 21 years. This uninterrupted streak is longer than any other accounting firm in the world.
Finxact
API Partnership
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
1990
Based in Jacksonville, FL, Finxact is innovating the first enterprise class public cloud/private data Core-as-a-Service platform with a completely open banking API.
FortfID
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2019
FortifID is a software company that puts individuals back in control of their identity and directly connects individuals to institutions.
Guardian Life Insurance
Financial Institution
Enterprise
Consumer
all
Founded in
1860
Guardian Life Insurance started conducting business in 1860, right before the start of the Civil War in the U.S. Based in New York, New York, Guardian is now one of the largest mutual life insurance providers in the world. It has 8000 employees in the U.S. and 300 sales representatives placed in 70 agencies nationwide. Their very first policy was issued to a cigar merchant in New York City.
Hashicorp
API Partnership
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2012
Based in San Francisco, CA, HashiCorp is a remote-first company that solves development, security, and operations challenges in infrastructure.
JP Morgan Chase
Financial Institution
Fortune 500
all
Founded in
2000
As of June 30, 2021, JPMorgan Chase is the largest bank in the United States, the world's largest bank by market capitalization, and the fifth-largest worldwide in terms of total assets, controlling US$3.684 trillion.[
Marqeta
API Partnership
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2010
Marqeta is a card issuing platform that provides infrastructure and tools to help companies build and manage payment programs.
Mastercard
Fortune 500
Startup
all
Founded in
1966
After BankAmericard declined his request for a regional license, Karl H, Hinke called 150 bank executives together in 1966 and formed Interbank Card, Inc. The card network was renamed MasterCard in 1979 and is now the second largest in the world.
Match Group
Consumer
all
Founded in
2009
Launched in Dallas, Texas in 2009, Match Group owns and operates almost 50 dating sites worldwide, including PlentyOfFish, Match,com, Our Time, Tinder, Hinge, OKCupid, Meetic, Ship, etc. Their revenue is approximately $2.1 billion.
Microsoft
Fortune 500
Enterprise
all
Founded in
1975
Microsoft was not started in Redmond, Washington, but rather Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1975. The company moved to Washington in 1979, where they still have their headquarters. In 1987, after Microsoft's IPO, Bill Gates became the world's youngest billionaire (at that time) when he was 31 years old. The company has 183,000 employees and annual revenue of $168 billion.
Monster
Consumer
all
Founded in
1978
Noel Lee, an engineer, inventor and businessman, founded Monster Headphones in 1978, inventing the Monster Cable first in his garage at night and on the weekends while working as a laser fusion design engineer at Lawrence-Livermore Laboratory during the day. He is still the CEO. The company produces headphones, cable and other audio equipment. The firm is the largest manufacturer of headphones in the world. Monster invented and then sold the famous "Beats" headphones in a partnership with Dr. Dre. The music Mr. Lee listens to while testing audio is almost always "The 1812 Overture" by Tchaikovsky.
Moxtra
API Partnership
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2012
Based in Cupertino, California, Moxtra is a platform that powers private digital channels with continuous collaboration experiences.
NBA
Consumer
all
Founded in
1946
One of four major professional leagues in North America, the NBA has 30 teams and is without a doubt, the best professional basketball league in the world. Founded in 1946, after WWII, in New York City, the league's inaugural season was 1946-1947. In 1946, the league's leading scorer, Joe Fulks, who averaged 23.2 points per game, was paid $8000 per season. Most NBA players had regular jobs during the off-season in order to make ends meet. In 1970, two of the best players ever in the history of the NBA, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Wilt Chamberlain, were both making $250,000 per season. In 2021, the highest-paid player in the NBA is Stephen Curry, and he earns $45.7 million per season.
Novartis
Fortune 500
Consumer
all
Founded in
1996
Basel, Switzerland is where Novartis has its corporate offices, and its also where the company was founded in 1996. The firm is one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, with revenues of $50 billion and 110,000 employees.
OFG Bancorp
Financial Institution
all
Founded in
1964
OFG Bancorp is a financial holding company located in San Juan, Puerto Rico. OFG offers a wide range of retail and commercial banking, lending and wealth management products, services and technology, primarily in Puerto Rico through its principal subsidiaries: Oriental Bank, Oriental Financial Services Corp., and Oriental Insurance, Inc.
Plaid
API Partnership
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2013
Plaid provides companies with the tools and access needed for the development of a digitally-enabled financial system.
Relief
Fintech
Startup
Startup
all
Founded in
2020
Relief uses machine learning algorithms and collective bargaining to reduce debt balances.
ReturnSafe
Startup
Enterprise
all
Founded in
2020
ReturnSafe is a pioneer in the space of BioSecurity. The company developed screening software in 2020 as a response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. The firm is based in Austin, Texas and received $3.25 million in funding in December 2020.
Sacramento Kings
Consumer
all
Founded in
1946
The Sacramento Kings started their NBA history as the Rochester Royals in the NBL (which later became the NBA) in 1946. In 1957, the team relocated to Cincinnati, becoming the Cincinnati Royals. In 1962, Oscar Robertson ("Big O") of the Royals became the only player to average a triple-double for the whole season. In 1972, the team moved to Kansas City, becoming the Kansas City Kings, since the Kansas City Royals of Major League Baseball, already had the Royals name. In 1985, the team moved yet again, this time to Sacramento, becoming the Sacramento Kings. The team's last NBA championship was in 1951, their last division championship was in 2003.
SavanaInc
API Partnership
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2019
Located in Malvern, PA, Savana creates turn-key financial software solutions for fintech companies.
SevenRooms
API Partnership
Startup
all
Founded in
2011
SevenRooms is a fully-integrated, data-driven guest experience platform that helps hospitality operators connect data across the guest journey. From neighborhood restaurants and bars to international, multi-concept hospitality groups, the end-to-end platform enables operators to automatically drive revenue and profitability by leveraging data to build direct relationships, deliver exceptional experiences, and increase repeat visits & orders.ir.
Stackwell
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2021
Stackwell Capital, Inc. is developing a digital investment platform for the Black community.
Streetwyze
Non-Profit
all
Founded in
2016
Launched in 2016 in Oakland, CA, Streetwyze is dedicated to using a variety of media content types (photos, videos, audio) to inform people about local neighborhoods and communities through crowd-sourcing activity. Streetwyze was developed by Antwi Akom and Aekta Shah of the Institute for Economic, Educational and Environmental Design (I-SEEED). Akom is also associate professor of Africana studies and urban sociology at San Francisco State University where he specializes in climate justice, participatory technology, community-generated data and social innovation. Shah is a Ph.D. at Stanford University in science and technology design.
Sunrun
Fintech
Consumer
all
Founded in
2007
American manufacturer and reseller of solar panels, batteries and home energy storage systems. Founded in 2007 in San Francisco, Sunrun is a publicly traded company with revenues of $922 million.
TOMS Shoes
Consumer
all
Founded in
2006
Blake Mycoskie started Toms Shoes in 2006 in Los Angeles with an unusual promise to give away a pair of shoes people in need for each pair of shoes purchased from the company. The company did this for years until it was overwhelmed by the logistical problems of giving away so many shoes in so many countries. They now pledge 1/3 of their profits to grassroots organizations "doing good". TOMS Shoes generated revenue of a little more than $200 million in 2020.
The Players Company
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2021
The Players Company seeks to help athletes build wealth and cement their legacies. In order to do so, player-members have pioneered a platform for athletes to learn, build wealth and grow their community impact together.
UCLA
Non-Profit
all
Founded in
1882
UCLA started out as a teachers college and the southern branch of the California State Normal School iin 1882. Current enrollment is about 32,000 undergraduate students. The most popular undergraduate majors are Biology, Business Economics, Political Science, Psychology and Psychobiology. The school places a strong emphasis on student research, awarding nearly $1 billion in competitive research grants and contracts annually.
Unit
API Partnership
Fintech
Startup
all
Founded in
2019
Unit is a developer of a platform that allows third parties to integrate banking services into their businesses.
United Nations
Non-Profit
all
Founded in
1945
The United Nations officially came into existence on October 24, 1945. It is the world's largest and most well-known international organization, headquartered in New York City, New York, United States. The familiar UN flag was designed by a team led by Oliver Lincoln Lundquist in 1945, and was approved for use in 1947. The blue in the flag is named "UN Blue" and has since become an important part of the UN's visual branding.
Visa
Financial Institution
Fortune 500
all
Founded in
1958
Visa Inc. is an American multinational financial services corporation headquartered in Foster City, California, United States. It facilitates electronic funds transfers throughout the world, most commonly through Visa-branded credit cards, debit cards and prepaid cards.
Wells Fargo
Financial Institution
Fortune 500
all
Founded in
1852
Henry Wells and William G. Fargo (who also founded American Express) formed Wells Fargo in 1852 to provide banking services to California, which was going through the gold rush at the time. Today, it is one of the four largest banks in the United States.
Yammer
Startup
Enterprise
all
Founded in
2008
Yammer was started in 2008 in San Francisco by Adam Pisoni and David O. Sacks. Yammer is an intra-organization closed-loop social networking service used for private communication within any sort of entity. After an incredibly successful launch, a bidding war broke out, and the company was acquired by Microsoft in 2012. Microsoft embedded Yammer in their Office 365 product suite in 2014, and usage exploded. It's estimated that over 85% of Fortune 500 companies worldwide use Yammer now.
Zazzle
Startup
Consumer
all
Founded in
2005
Zazzle is an American online marketplace that allows designers and customers to create their own products with independent manufacturers (clothing, posters, etc.), as well as use images from participating companies.

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