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About Crimson Hexagon

Crimson Hexagon provides software that delivers business intelligence analytics and insight from big data sources like social media for corporations.

Crimson Hexagon Headquarter Location

253 Summer St

Boston, Massachusetts, 02210,

United States


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Crimson Hexagon Patents

Crimson Hexagon has filed 6 patents.

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Social networking services, Social media, Social networking websites, Community websites, Virtual communities


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Latest Crimson Hexagon News

Newt Gingrich's 2012 presidential campaign is still $4.6 million in debt. Here's who it owes.

Oct 11, 2021

Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . The 2012 presidential campaign for Newt Gingrich — one-time Republican Speaker of the House, and the husband of former US Ambassador to the Vatican Callista Gingrich — still owes $4.6 million to a constellation of vendors for costs racked up during his bid. Gingrich's "Newt 2012" committee filed its latest quarterly report with the Federal Election Commission on Monday, as it has every 3 months since 2012. It's a 46-page document detailing all the different vendors that Gingrich owes, how much he owes them, and for what. The $4,631,534.55 figure makes Gingrich's 2012 campaign one of the most indebted in American history. The campaign's treasurer, whose name is Taylor Swindle, files the reports every 3 months. After the FEC rejected a debt settlement plan submitted by the committee in August 2016 — the month after he was vetted to be former President Donald Trump's vice president — the campaign appears to have largely abandoned any efforts to pay back the hundreds of thousands of dollars it owes to venders for campaign services. That's despite Gingrich's history of raking in money from paid speeches . In the last three months, the campaign spent just $500 on "accounting services." Here are 10 of the biggest debts owed by Gingrich's defunct campaign: $977,322 to Moby Dick Airways for air travel $649,117.54 to Gingrich himself for "travel" $407,620.03 to Patriot Group for security services $287,258 to Mckenna Long and Aldridge for legal fees $210, 541.33 to CMDI for data management $138,600 to Event Strategies, Inc. for event production $127,727.21 to Gordon C. James Public Relations for event planning $122,679.06 to AirPlus for air travel $118,160.45 to Infocision for telemarketing $100,000 to Crimson Hexagon for software license (disputed)   Subscribe to push notifications

  • When was Crimson Hexagon founded?

    Crimson Hexagon was founded in 2007.

  • Where is Crimson Hexagon's headquarters?

    Crimson Hexagon's headquarters is located at 253 Summer St, Boston.

  • What is Crimson Hexagon's latest funding round?

    Crimson Hexagon's latest funding round is Merger.

  • How much did Crimson Hexagon raise?

    Crimson Hexagon raised a total of $34.02M.

  • Who are the investors of Crimson Hexagon?

    Investors of Crimson Hexagon include Brandwatch, Sageview Capital, Golden Seeds, Beacon Angels, Charles F. Dolan and 6 more.

  • Who are Crimson Hexagon's competitors?

    Competitors of Crimson Hexagon include Brandwatch, NetBase Solutions, Synthesio, DataSift, Networked Insights and 11 more.

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