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Koch Industries, Inc.
Businesses in petroleum, chemicals, gas liquids, agriculture, mineral services, chemical technology, and capital services. - Koch Industries
Campaign fund contributor records to candidates and committees. Variant spellings and information not included. Intended for academics, advocacy groups and journalists rather than the general public.
Official Koch Industries site providing a repository of their media responses and factual information.
The New York Times - Charles Koch
Collection of recent and archived news and commentary, photos, multimedia and selected web resources.
The New York Times - David Koch
Collection of recent and archived news and commentary, photos, multimedia and selected web resources.
OpenSecrets - Koch Industries
Provides news and information on campaign contributions and federal lobbying by the corporation, including totals, recipients, Congressional committees, lobbying and individuals.
Wikipedia - Koch Industries
Crowd-sourced encyclopedia article about the Wichita-based conglomerate.
New Republic - Koch Brothers Changed Sam Brownback's Opinion on Wind Power
Under pressure from the Kochs and Koch Industries, Brownback has reversed his support for Kansas’s wind industry. (October 01, 2014)
Rolling Stone - Inside the Koch Brothers' Toxic Empire
Tim Dickenson describes how Koch Industries made its fortune. (September 24, 2014)
OpenSecrets - The Koch Network: A Cartological Guide
Map of the Koch brothers’ labyrinthine network of political groups — none of which reveal the names of their donors — showed that the coalition raised more than $400 million during the 2012 election cycle. (January 07, 2014)
Washington Post - Koch-Backed Political Network, Built to Shield Donors, Raised $400 Million in 2012 Elections
Investigation into the coalition of conservative groups, backed by the Kochs and other donors, which raised more than $400 million in 2012 while cloaking its donors, according to an analysis of new tax returns and other documents. (January 05, 2014)
The New Yorker - Covert Operations
Jane Mayer investigates the connections between Koch Industries, controlled by brothers Charles and David Koch, and the Tea Party, Americans for Prosperity, libertarians, environmental regulations, and political funding. (August 30, 2010)
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