Our database is regularly automatically synchronized with the list provided by Yale Chief Executive Leadership Institute. Therefore, we use their rubric to separate companies based on their business involvement in Russia into the following categories:
- companies defying demands for exit/reduction of activities.
- companies postponing future planned investment, development, marketing while continuing substantive business.
- companies scaling back some business operations while continuing others.
- companies temporarily curtailing operations while keeping return options open.
- companies completely halting Russian engagements/exiting Russia.
Disclaimer: the list below is for informational purposes only. It is
regularly compiled from multiple sources to the best of our ability and
may or may not contain errors.
We are proud of the momentum that Don't Fund War helped generate and of
the impact it had on other databases; however, we have decided to
discontinue maintaining the website. Don't Fund War started off as an
accessible and improved version of the Yale School of Management's
database, enhanced with financial information. Since then, their team
have also developed a separate website and started using data from Don't
Fund War, and at this point it makes sense to centralize information on
their end. However, since there are several projects that continue to
use Don't Fund War's API endpoints, we will keep the website running and
will periodically synchronize the data. However, the financial
information (such as company valuation) from the API may be outdated,
and thus is not displayed here anymore.