Corporations Wage War on Russia (LIST)

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With the war on the ground in Ukraine continuing into its second week, along with the sanctions imposed by the majority of the international community, there is another war going on and it is also crippling Russia and its economy.

A corporate war is also being waged against Russia, with big name brands employing  tens of thousands of Russians, either suspending trading or shutting shop.

This trade war also feeds in into the information and social media war that sees Ukraine winning and Russia losing with public perception always favouring the victim not the perpetrator.

Companies across all sectors have entered this new ‘war’ including food and beverages, energy, technology, banking, transport, media, travel, and retail.

Here are a list of major companies which have halted operations in Russia or taken another form of action in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Food and drink

• McDonald’s

• Starbucks

• Coca-Cola

• PepsiCo

• Yum Brands, which owns KFC and Pizza Hut

• Little Caesars

• Heineken

• Carlsberg

Energy

• Shell

• BP

• Exxon Mobil

Technology

• Apple

• Microsoft

• Adobe

• Dell Technologies

• Samsung

• Amazon

• Google

• Uber

• Sony

Finance

• Visa

• MasterCard

• American Express

• Deloitte

• Ernst & Young

• KPMG

• Citigroup

• EY

• PwC

Retail

• Amazon.com

• Adidas

• ASOS

• BooHoo Group

• Chanel

• Estee Lauder

• IKEA

• Prada

• Puma

• Nike

Media

• Spotify

• Netflix

• Reddit

• Twitter

• Walt Disney Company

• Warner Bros

Motoring

• Aston Martin

• General Motors

• Harley-Davidson

• Honda Motor

• Mazda

• Mercedes-Benz Group

• Nissan Motor

• Toyota Motor

• Volkswagen

• BMW

Travel and logistics

• UPS

• FedEx

• DHL

• Airbnb

• Airbus and Boeing

• American Airlines

• Delta Airlines

• United Airlines