"I can't sit by and stay silent while these platforms continue to allow the spreading of hate, propaganda and misinformation," Kim Kardashian West tweeted Wednesday.
Opponents of the Black Lives Matter movement have called American Airlines "racist, Marxist, and anti-American."
A pro-Trump display has been added to the list of reasons why more customers are refusing to shop at the arts and crafts giant Hobby Lobby, which is owned by the Green family.
On Thursday, the social network announced it would be rolling out steps to limit voter misinformation in the upcoming general election.
Kelly Loeffler, who is a senator and co-owner of the Atlanta Dream, has been an outspoken critic of the Black Lives Matter movement, despite her team vocally opposing her viewpoints.
After postponing playoff games on Wednesday and Thursday, the NBA has reached an agreement with players to resume the playoffs and demonstrate a greater commitment to social justice issues.
Urlacher shared a post to his Instagram story, glorifying Brett Favre for playing on the day his father died, while criticizing NBA players for standing up for Jacob Blake. Forte offered his prayers for people "blinded by their wealth, privilege and earthly fame."
In 1959, Minneapolis Lakers forward Elgin Baylor staged the first boycott of an NBA game over racial injustice experienced during a trip to Charleston, West Virginia with his team.
The Democratic representative noted that players were withholding their labor and not staging a consumer boycott.
In a recent post-game press conference, James showed pride in his hometown of Akron, after the president criticized Goodyear, whose headquarters is in the Ohio city.
Company said it is still asking emplyees to "refrain" from political endoresements but will allow support for law enforcement.
Zuckerberg's net worth reportedly increased by more than $83 billion since the coronavirus was declared a pandemic, one study suggested.
"They all say they are tech companies. I've always held the view they are publishers and they must act like publishers and be responsible for their content," Sir Martin Sorrell said.
Disney is the latest major advertiser to cut ads on Facebook amid a boycott over the social media platform's response to hate speech.
Following Goya CEO Bob Unanue's public comments supporting Trump, a number of celebrities have called for a boycott on the company's products.
The pro-Trump family behind Goya Foods is worth an estimated $1.1 billion, and has the largest Hispanic/Latino-owned food business in the United States
"We are making changes—not for financial reasons or advertiser pressure, but because it is the right thing to do," the Facebook chief operating officer said.
"Mark Zuckerberg, you aren't breaking things, you are breaking people," the Stop Hate for Profit campaign leaders said in a joint statement after meeting with Facebook executives on Tuesday.
"Activists will want to remove bad actors from every platform. A safe bet is to say they won't want to stop at one platform when others play a role," one advertising industry expert told Newsweek.
"We will work to collaborate with our partners and take whatever steps are necessary to create a more trusted digital world for people today and future generations," the company said.
"The bigger picture is when the impact goes global," one social media expert told Newsweek as more brands pull spending.
Shares in the Jack Dorsey-led platform plunged by roughly seven percent last week as news broke that Unilever was halting social media ad spending. Then, the situation quickly got worse.
The "Stop Hate for Profit" campaign has support from Verizon and Ben & Jerry's. "Rival platforms and advertisers smell blood in the water, and are going in for the kill," one expert told Newsweek.
"We reject any suggestion that economic coercion is an appropriate response to a call for such an assessment, when what we need is global cooperation," said Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs Marise Payne Monday.
Before President Donald Trump was expected to present his State of the Union address Tuesday, many on Twitter, including some Democrats, announced their intentions to #BoycottStateofUnion and avoid the president's speech.
The Israeli government and right-wing NGOs have sought to suppress the pro-Palestinian boycott, divestment and sanctions movement.
"We know these decisions will inconvenience some of our customers, and we hope they will understand, Walmart CEO Doug McMillon wrote in a memo Tuesday. "As a company, we experienced two horrific events in one week, and we will never be the same."
The restaurant denied that it gave money to political candidates, but boycott hashtags have a life of their own.
The photo itself is old, and has frequently made the rounds on Twitter.