Following are the companies that have distanced themselves from Ingraham’s program as of Friday afternoon.
Atlantis, Paradise Island
The Bahamas resort told The Hill on Friday it “decided to remove all brand advertising tied to the program.”
“Although we are an organization that believes in freedom of expression, we do not condone discrimination, bullying, mockery or harmful behavior of any kind,” the company told The Hill in a statement.
The weight-loss company told HuffPost on Friday, “We have decided to take steps to discontinue advertising on this show.”
“We are in the process of removing our ads from Laura Ingraham’s program,” the pet food company tweeted Thursday morning.
“We’d like to confirm that we are no longer advertising on Laura Ingraham’s show and are monitoring all of our ad placements carefully,” the company said.
“TripAdvisor believes strongly in the values of our company, especially the one that says, ‘We are better together,'” a company spokesperson said in a statement sent to CBS News.
“We also believe Americans can disagree while still being agreeable, and that the free exchange of ideas within a community, in a peaceful manner, is the cornerstone of our democracy,” it said.
“We do not, however, condone the inappropriate comments made by this broadcaster. In our view, these statements focused on a high school student, cross the line of decency,” the statement added.
The online home-goods retailer told HuffPost, “The decision of an adult to personally criticize a high school student who has lost his classmates in an unspeakable tragedy is not consistent with our values. We do not plan to continue advertising on this particular program.”
Stitch Fix, the clothing subscription company, tweeted: “We did not make the decision to drop our ads from The Ingraham Angle lightly, but believe it was the right thing to do after statements from the host crossed the line of decency.”
“We have pulled the advertising,” the travel site told CNBC.
The food conglomerate told HuffPost, “We have no plans to buy ads on the show in the future.”
Johnson & Johnson
The personal goods giant told HuffPost it “will pull advertising from Ms. Ingraham’s show.”
Office Depot has pulled their ads from the show, The Daily Beast reported.