Knew all but AEG (but really don’t care about them as a company in the slightest), Jet Blue (again, not really a common choice in my market), and Timberland (same). It’s pretty common, especially if you count the fairly laid back Mary-Kay style approach. A founder with religious views can make a religious company, but it doesn’t do it by default. Then again, you have places like Hobby Lobby where it is very much ‘part of the company’ (they’re closed Sundays in most stores). I would also agree with the point that many of them are somewhat to completely hypocritical, but so are many modern religious individuals.