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Check out Jesse's corporate ho stable.

What follows is a partial list of corporate donors, based on financial disclosures and media reports. Gift amounts and recipients are listed when known.


Anheuser Busch, maker of Budweiser, became Jesse's ho after awarding the largest beer distributorship in Chicago to Jackson's two sons. Jackson's sons have no experience in the beer industry.


Thanks to the now cancelled Toyota Rav-4 postcard ad, which depicts a gold Rav-4 on the front tooth of a young black man, Toyota is spending $7.8 billion to increase diversity over the next 10 years. Now that ho's a good earner!

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American General Corp. ($50,000 to CEF in 2001)
American Honda Motors ($25,000 to CEF in 1999)
American Oil Co. ($5,000 to CEF in 1999)
Ameritech (donated $500,000 to CEF in 1999, together with SBC Communication)
Anheuser Busch ($10,000 to CEF in 1997)
Applied Materials Corp. ($27,000 to CEF in 1999)
Archer Daniels Midland
Ariel Capital Management ($5,000 to CEF in 1997)
Arista Development Co. ($25,000 to CEF in 1999)
Arthur Andersen
AT&T ($425,000 in 1999, $75,000 to CEF in 2001)
Bell Atlantic ($375,000 to CEF in 1999)
Black Enterprise Magazine ($50,000 to CEF in 2001)
Blaylock & Partners L.P.
Boeing ($50,000 to CEF in 1999)
Blaylock & Partners ($30,000 to CEF in 1999)
BMW of America
BP Amoco
Burger King Corporation
Burlington Northern
Santa Fe
Calhoun Enterprises
Chase Manhattan Corp. ($50,000 to CEF in 2001)
Chicago Bulls ($138,250 to CEF in 1997)
Chicago Stock Exchange ($50,000 in 1998)
Chicago White Sox ($5,000 to CEF in 1997)
Citigroup Inc.($50,000 to CEF in 1998, at least $100,000 to CEF in 1999 and 2000, $75,000 to CEF in 2001)
CNS Insurance Companies ($10,000 to CEF in 1998)
Coca-Cola Co. ($75,000 to CEF in 2001)
ComEd
Coors
Covad
Credit Suisse
First Boston
Daimler Chrysler ($30,000 to PUSH Excel in 1997, $50,000 to CEF in 1998, $50,000 to CEF in 1999)
Dean Witter ($50,000 in 1998)
Delta Airlines Dennys Dominicks Finer Foods ($5,000 to CEF in 1997)
Don King Productions ($10,000 to CEF in 1997)
Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette ($50,000 in 1998)
Drew Pearson Marketing
Dryades Savings Bank
Dupont Entergy
Fannie Mae ($15,000 to CEF in 1996, $20,000 to CEF in 1998)
Federated Department Stores
Food Lion
Food Marketing Institute ($10,000 to CEF in 1997)
Ford Motor Company ($75,000 to CEF in 1999)
Freddie Mac ($125,000 to CEF in 2001)
General Motors Corp. ($5,000 to CEF in 1997)
The Gap
Georgetown Partners
Glaxco
GMC Racing
Goldman Sachs Group ($75,000 to CEF in 2001)
GPR Aviation GTE Service Corporation ($625,000 to CEF in 1999)
Gtech Corporation ($10,000 to CEF in 1997)
HBO ($5,000 to CEF in 1999)
Innovative Technology Systems
Interior Music Corp. ($5,000 to CEF in 1999)
Jovan Broadcasting ($10,000 to CEF in 1999)
KPMG Kroger Foods Co. ($5,000 to CEF in 1999)
Lehman Brothers Co. ($10,000 to CEF in 1999)
Liberty Bank Lockheed Martin Loop Capital Market Inc. ($20,000 to CEF in1999)
Madison Square Gardens ($10,000 to CEF in 1999)
Major League Baseball ($15,000 in 1997)
McDonalds ($25,000 to CEF in 1999)
Mel Farr Automotive Group
Mercedes Benz Merck Co. Inc.
Merrill Lynch & Co. ($50,000 in 1998, $25,000 to CEF in 1999, $50,000 to CEF in 2001)
Metropolitan Life ($75,000 to CEF in 2001)
Microsoft Corp. ($25,000 to CEF in 1999)
Miller Brewing Company
Mitchell & Titus ($15,000 to CEF in 1997)
Mitsubishi Motor Corp.
Montgomery Watson Americas ($15,000 to CEF in 1997)
Nascar
New York Stock Exchange ($90,000 in 1998, $125,000 to CEF in 2001)
Nissan Corp. ($25,000 to CEF in 1999)
Office Depot
One Net Now.com
Paine Webber ($50,000 in 1998)
Panasonic
Paradigm Asset Management
PepsiCo ($50,000 to CEF in 2001)
Pharos Capital Inc.
Philip Morris
Pioneer Packaging ($5,000 to CEF in 1997)
Prudential Insurance ($50,000+ to CEF in 1998)
Prudential Securities ($25,000 to CEF in 1999)
Quaker Oats Company
Quick Courier Services
Raytheon ($50,000 to CEF in 2001)
Saban Entertainment Co. ($10,000 in 1999)
Safeway Corporation
Sara Lee Corp. ($5,000 to CEF in 1999)
SBC Communication (donated $500,000 to CEF in 1999, together with Ameritech)
Securities Industry ($15,000 to CEF in 1999)
Shaw Pittman ($10,000 to CEF in 1999)
Shell Oil
Sloan Financial Group ($25,000 to CEF in 1997)
Soft Sheen Products
Songboy Inc.
Solomon Smith Barney ($25,000 to CEF in 1999)
Shoneys Corp. ($25,000 to CEF in 1999)
Slim Fast Industries ($25,000 to CEF in 1999)
Sloan Financial Group
Sony Electronics ($5,000 to CEF in 1997)
Spectra Communications Sprint ($10,000 to CEF in 1999)
State Farm Insurance
Telecommunications Systems Inc.
Texaco Inc. ($50,000 to CEF in 2001)
Time Warner Corp. ($150,000 to CEF in 1997, $50,000 in 1998)
Toyota
Travelers Group ($50,000 to CEF in 1997, $50,000 in 1998)
United Airlines
United Paramount Network ($50,000 to CEF in 1999)
USA Networks Foundation ($10,000 to CEF in 1999)
Utendahl Capital Partners ($20,000 to CEF in 1999)
Verizon ($300,000, including $125,000 to CEF in 2001)
Viacom International ($377,000 to CEF in 1999)
Wal-Mart Walt Disney Co. ($10,000 to CEF in 1999)
Wells Fargo Corp. ($200,000 to CEF in 1999)
Yucaipa Companies

 

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