Almost 200 CEO’s of top corporations making multi-million dollar salaries are telling everyday Americans who’ve invested in their corporations, that making a profit is no longer a priority.

Anti-capitalism Democrat presidential candidates, like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, who’ve made railing against “evil” corporations a focal point of their campaigns, while young people who’ve been indoctrinated by socialist academia applaud their efforts to destroy them. CEO’s of top corporations, many of whom are contributors to the Democrat Party, appear to be trying to win over to the corporation-hating leftists, by pledging to put social justice before the people who actually invest in their corporations.

The Daily Mail reports -The updated definition was released on Monday by the Business Roundtable, a group that dates back to 1997 and gathers together many of America’s most influential corporate leaders including top names like J.P Morgan, Boeing, Apple, and Amazon.

The statement redefined the purpose of a corporation with social consciousness in mind, saying corporations are now committed to valuing customers, investing in employees by hiring diverse groups and compensating them fairly, dealing ethically with suppliers, protecting the environment with sustainable practices and supporting local communities.

It’s a stark contrast from the longstanding principle that companies function first and foremost to benefit shareholders and maximize their profits.

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‘The American dream is alive, but fraying,’ Jamie Dimon, the Chairman and CEO of JP Morgan Chase & Co and Chairman of the Business Roundtable, said in the statement.

‘Major employers are investing in their workers and communities because they know it is the only way to be successful over the long term. These modernized principles reflect the business community’s unwavering commitment to continue to push for an economy that serves all Americans,’ he added.

Here’s the list of CEO’s from 180 corporations who’ve pledged to put social justice over profits:

The companies who signed off on the new definition: A.O. Smith Corporation, Abbott, Accenture, ADP, Aecom, The Aes Corporation Aflac, Ak Steel corporation, Allergan Plc, Alliant Energy, Altec Inc., Amazon, American Airlines, American Electric Power, American Express, American Tower Corporation, Ameriprise Financial, Anthem, Inc., AON, Apple, Aramark, Assurant, AT&T Inc, Ball Corporation, Bank of America, Baxter International Inc., Bayer USA, BCG, Bechtel Group, Inc, Best Buy Co, Inc., Blackrock, BNY Mellon, Boeing, Borgwarner, BP PLC, Bristol-Myers Squibb, C.V. Starr & Co, The Carlyle Group, Caterpillar, CBRE Group, CF Industries, Chevron Corporation, Chubb, Cigna, Cisco Systems, Citigroup, CNH Industrial, Coca-Cola, Cognizant, Comcast Corporation, Conocophillips Company, Corning Incorporated, Cummins Inc, CVS Health, Day & Zimmermann, Dell Technologies, Deloitte, Dow, Duke Energy, DXC Techinology, Eastman Chemical Company, Eaton, Edison International, Exxon Mobil, Ey, Fedex Corporation, FIS, Flex, Fluor Corporation, Ford Motor Company, Fox Corporation, Freeport-McMoran Inc, General Dynamics Corporation, General Motors, Goldman Sachs Group, Guardian Life Insurance, HanesBrands, Harman International, Hearst, Home Depot, Honeywell, Huntington Ingalls Industries, IBM, Infor, International Paper Co, Interpublic Group, ITC Holdings Corp, Jacobs, John Deere, Johnson & Johnson, Johnson Controls, JPMorgan Chase & Co, Keycorp, Kiewit Corporation, KPMG, L3harris Technologies, Land O’Lakes, Leidos, Lennar Corporation, Lockheed Martin, Lyondellbasell Industries, Macy’s, Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, Marathon Oil, Marathon Petroleum, Marriot International, Massmutual Mastercard, McCormick and Company, McKesson Corporation, Medtronic, Metlife, Micron Technology, Moelis & Company, Morgan Stanley, Motorola Solutions, Nasdaq, National Gypsum Company, New York Life Insurance, Noble Energy, Northrop Grumman, Novelis, NRG Energy, Oracle, Owens Corning, Pepsico, Pfizer, Phillips, Pitney Bowes, Principal, Procter & Gamble, Progressive, PWC, Qualcomm Incorporated, Quanta, Raytheon, Rockwell Automation, S&P Global, Salesforce, SAP, SAS Institute, Schnitzer Steel Industries, Sempra Energy, Siemens Corporation USA, Silver Lake, Southern Company, Standley Black & Decker, Steelcase Inc, Stryker, Suffolk, Target, TC Energy, Telephone & Data Systems, Texas Instruments Incorporated, Tishman Speyer, Travelers Companies Inc, TSYS, Turner Construction Co, Union Pacific, United Airlines, United Technologies Corporation, UPS, USAA, Vanguard, Verisk Analytics, Visa, Vista Equity Partners, Vistra Energy, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Walmart, Wesco International, Western & Southern Financial Group, Western Union, Whirlpool corporation, Wipro Limited, World Fuel Services Corporation, World Wide Technology, Xerox Corporation, Xylem Inc, Zebra Technologies Corporation, 3M

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