Companies in the Marvel Universe:


Able Electronics
Product: Technological innovations
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Brad Rever
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Dan Rever
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #80
List of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #80-81 (company infiltrated by Wargod; Rever aided Captain America in developing technology to combat her)

Ace Picture Co.
Product: Photographic art
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #18
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #18 (visited by Spider-Man, who tried convincing them to make a trading card set featuring him; rejected)

Ace Records
Product: Record store
Founder:
President:
Other Executives: Unknown
Other Employees: Unknown
History:
First Appearance: She-Hulk Vol.3 #5
List of Appearances:
She-Hulk Vol.3 #5

Acme Aglet
Product: Unrevealed
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Mr. Wilkins
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: L.R. Collins
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #234
List of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #234 (revealed to be employer of L.R. Collins, sent him on trip to New York)

Acme Alarm Co..
Product: Burglar alarms
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #5
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.1 #5 (to show the world that he is an excellent thief, Matador manages to break into Acme Alarm Co. and steal their buglar alarm)

Acme Atomics Corporation
Product: Atomic energy
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #20
List of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #20 (accident at plant transformed Owen Reece, transforming him into Molecule Man)

Acme Flag Company
Product: Flags of all nations
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #312
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #312 (assaulted by Flag-Smasher and burnt to the ground)

Adametco
Product: Adamantium
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Reggie (truck driver)
First Appearance: Captain America Annual 8
List of Appearances:
Captain America Annual 8 (Overrider breaks into the factory and forces workers to coat TESS-1 with adamantium. Captain America and Wolverine both arrive to fight them.)
Quasar #5 (Acts Of Vengeance; plant in New Jersey raided by Absorbing Man, piece of Adamantium stolen)

Advanced Exports
Product: Exporting company
Founder:
President: Jim Nugert (ex-president)
Other Executives:
Other Employees:
First Appearance: Punisher Annual 1
History:
List of Appearances:
Punisher Annual 1 (meeting place where Jim is discussing the eventual killing of Jim's wife. Hit by a missile, destroying the store, killing atleast two people)

Ajax Atomic Labs
Product: Atomic research company
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: two unnamed drivers
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #1
History:
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.1 #1 (years ago, two drivers from Ajax Atomic Labs were driving one of the company's vans, when an old man was waling right in front of the car. A young kid saved the man but a cylinder containing radioactive waste his the young guy's face, blinding him for life. Unaware to the public the atomic waste actuyally gave the young kid superhuman radar vision instead of a normal sight, and the young kid grew uo tp be the crimefighter known as Daredevil)

All-Star Wrestling Federation
Product: Wrestling association
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Marty (ringside announcer), Mr. X (wrestler)
Former Employees: Jumpin’ Jack Flash, King Arthur
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #271
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #271 (Wrestler Jumpin’ Jack Flash is killed in the ring by someone posing as Mr. X. Mr. X demands that he be allowed to prove his innocence, but if he can be defeated in the ring he will surrender. Jumpin’ Jack’s manager arranges for Captain America to fight Mr. X. Cap wins the fight and Mr. X is unmasked and revealed to be Ray Deacon, a man once believed to be the Midnight Slasher. Deacon surrenders, but Cap investigates further and discovers King Arthur is the real murderer and used the murder to cover his scheme to secretly feed his wrestlers experimental steroids. King Arthur is defeated and Mr. X is set free.)

Anderson Bio-Technic
Product: Biotechnology
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Dr. Anderson
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Carolyn Sheridan (ex-employee), Jerry Baker (ex-employee), Dr. Weinstein (ex-employee)
First Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #7
History: Carolyn Sheridan tells Namor, the origin of the menace Sluj (see: Namor; Sheridan, Carolyn; Sluj). She clained that it was a mad man who was behind the release of Sluj. But it is later revealed by Weinstein that it was indeed Carolyn who was behind the release of the treat (see: Weinstein).
List Of Appearances:
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #7 (three of the top scientists at Anderson tries to help against the treat of Sluj)

Apex National Bank.
Product: Bank
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Smathers (bank accountant)
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #5
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.1 #4 (Purple Man decides to rob a bank, and walks into Apex National Ban, where Mr. Smathers is talking with one of the customers Mrs. Perkins. Purple Man comes to the desk asking Smathers to fill-up a briefcase with 100 dollar bills. Unable to resist the criminal's power, he do what he is told)

Arkham Trust
Product: Bank
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Captain America Annual 5
List of Appearances:
Captain America Annual 5 (robbed by Kenneth Hanson, halted by Captain America)

Aunt Susie Cho's
Product: Chinese restaurant
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men #329
List of Appearances:
Uncanny X-Men #329 (trying to save the life od Psylocke, Wolverine and Archnagel goes to Aunt Susie Cho's restaurant in Little Asia)

Avalon Trading Company
Product: Financial investments
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Georgie Avalon (deceased)
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Iron Man Vol.3 #1
List of Appearances:
Iron Man Vol.3 #1 (building robbed by Vittorio Silvani, George Avalon killed; Silvani captured by Iron Man)

Az-Tek
Product: Automotive company
Founder: ?
President: ?
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
Former Employees: James Kapoztas (CEO)
First Appearance: Spider-Man Unlimited #7
List of Appearances:
Spider-Man Unlimited #7 (CEO, James Kapoztas is attacked by Cardiac, who says he used cheap materials in the cars, causing deaths of innocent people. Cardiac is stopped by Spider-Man, but Kapoztas has a heart attack and is rushed to hospital where Eli Wirtham performs heart surgery on him. Kapoztas makes it through surgery, but dies shortly after.)

B+T Electronics
Product: Electronics
Founder: Gregory Bestman & Adrian Toomes
President: Gregory Bestman
Other Executives:
Other Employees:
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #241
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #241 (in flashback, revealed to have been started by Adrian Toomes and Gregory Bestman, until Toomes discovered that Bestman had been cheating him. Left the business. Revealed the company went bankrupt some time after Toomes left the company)
Final Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #241

Baintronics
Product: Electronics
Founder: ?
President: Sunset Bain
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Machine Man Vol.1 #17
History: Baintronics is runned by the woman known as Sunset Bain, who secretly is the criminal financer Madame Menace (see: Madame Menace)
List of Appearances:
Machine Man Vol.1 #17
Iron Man Vol.3 #1 (tried to hire Stark Solutions, failed)
Iron Man Vol.3 #18-20 (sent War Machine against Tony Stark)

Bar With No Name
Product: Drinking establishments for super-criminals
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: The Jolly Roger
Other Employees: Jester II, Dr. Sax, Johnny Guitar, Angar the Screamer, the Basher, Dansen Macabre, Ringer II, Roscoe
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #318
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #318 (Firebrand I revealed to be gathering criminals at local Bar With No Name; turned down by the Blue Streak)
Captain America Vol.1 #319 (Firebrand's meeting held, Scourge I revealed as bartender, all criminals killed)
Captain America Vol.1 #320 (bodies discovered by the Water Wizard, Captain America alerted)
Iron Man Annual 10 (enemies of Iron Man gathered at one Bar With No Name, discussed earlier battles against him)
Captain America Vol.1 #394-395 (bar in New York visited by Black Mamba and Asp; fought Steelwind, Battleaxe and Golddigger, helped by Impala)
Marvel '92: The Year in Review (text article, Bar visited by reporter)
Marvel Comics Presents #97 (fight started at one Bar by the Impossible Man)
Sleepwalker #22-23 (8-Ball and Hobgoblin III held contest at New York Bar)
Deadline #2 (Armadillo, Bullseye, Clown, Hammerhead, Razorfist, Red Ghost and his Super Apes, Taskmaster and Vulture are all guests at the Bar, while Man-Killer is shown working at the bar. Bullseye talks to Kat Farrell about Judge. Tells her he didn’t kill him, but just about every supervillain had a reason to)

Barrett Supermart
Product: Supermarked chain
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Walter Barrett
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: two unnamed desk clerks
First Apperarance: New Mutants Vol.3 #1
History:  Barrett Supermart is owned by Walter Barrett (see: Barrett, Walter)
List of Appearances:
New Mutants Vol.3 #1 (to get her father to notice her, Sofia Mantega Barrett goes into on one of her father's stores, and destroys it)

Bestman Electronics
Product:
Founder: Gregory Bestman
President: Gregory Bestman
Other Executives:
Other Employees:
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #240 (founder and president Gregory Bestman is at the High-Tech Expo representing his company)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #241 (founder and president Gregory Bestman is taken in by the police, under suspessions that his business methods aren't totally legit)

Big House
Product: Superprison for supervillains
Founder:
President:
Other Executives:
Other Employees:
First Appearance: She-Hulk Vol.3 #5
History: The "Big House" is a prison facility where the prisoners are shrunk with Pym Patricles to dollsize, before they are transported to a regular prison
List of Appearances:
She-Hulk Vol.3 #5 (Mad Thinker teamed up with alot of other inmates at the "Big House" to escape the prison, fought She-Hulk and Yellowjacket I, defeated, and all send back to jail, except The Silencer II and Mandrill who manages to escape)

Bloom Industries
Product: Weapons Technology Manufacturer
Founder: David Joshua Bloom
President: Richard Bloom, David Joshua Bloom (ex-president)
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Deathlok Annual 2
History: Bloom Industries was founded by David Bloom (see: Bloom, David), but the company was struggling for survival, so the president secretly began working on a superhuman program, stealing information from other companies like Stane International, Stark Enterprises, Roxxon Oil Company and Power Broker, Inc. (see: Power Broker, Inc.; Roxxon Oil Company; Stane International; Stark Enterprises). Finally David Bloom was killed during what the police called a crossfire between superhuman beings. David left the company in the hands of his son Richard (see: Tracer), who discovered the truth about what his father was doing, and came to the conclusion that his father wasn't caught in the crossfire, but killed by a superhuman being. So Richard continued his father's work and became himself the superbeing Tracer.
List Of Appearances:
Deathlok Annual 2 (revealed to have been building Tracer)

Bone Marrow Management
Product: Music management
Founder: ?
President: Gruska
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #38
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #38 (forced by Hulk to give the former star Brian Newman a chance for a comeback, because Gruska owned money to Mr. Berengetti)

Bones and Bailey Circus
Product: Circus performances
Founder: Bones
President: Bones
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Shorty, Human Torch II
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #15
List of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #15 (had Human Torch II briefly join circus to help revive business)

Boothe Enterprises
Product:
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Orinn Boothe
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Apperarance: Nomad Vol.1 #2
List Of Appearances:
Nomad Vol.1 #2 (revealed to own Cyberoptics)

Braggatello Construction Firm
Product: Construction
Founder: ?
President: ?
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: Various (none named)
First Appearance: Nova Vol.2 #3
History: Braggatello Construction Firm was a construction firm working on building a children's hospital in New York City. The two superheroes Spider-Man and Nova both learned that something was wrong with Braggatello Construction Firm and began investigations which led to the downfall of Braggatello (see: Nova I; Spider-Man I). After Braggatello was cut from doing the construction work on the hospital, the new company Hope Foundation began working on the hospital (see: Hope Foundation).
List Of Appearances:
Nova Vol.2 #3 (began working on building a children's hospital, but was sent out because of some accusations of bad business ways. Turned out to be placed by a competitor Hope Foundation owned by the supervillain Corruptor)

Brooklyn Banner
Product: Newspaper (tabloid)
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Apperarance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #39
List Of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #39 (May Parker renews her subscription on Brooklyn Banner because this is one of the few newspapers who doesn't write bad about Spider-Man)

Brooklyn Institute of Technology
Product:
Founder:
President:
Other Executives:
Other Employees:
History:
First Appearance: Identity Disc #2
List of Appearances:
Identity Disc #2

Cadence Industries
Product: Entertainment media
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #315
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #315 (revealed to be a front for AIM; collected MODOK's corpse)

Cameron Electronics
Product: Technological innovations
Founder:
President: Eric Cameron
Other Executives: Brady Cameron
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #243
History:
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #243 (Eric Cameron hires criminals to steal a SHIELD Master Matrix for creating LMDs. Creates a perfect body then tries to transfer himself into it. His son Brandy sabotages his father’s attempt to transfer into an LMD body, and is interrupted by Captain America. Doesn’t manage to kill his father, but deforms him.)
Captain America Vol.1 #244 (Eric Cameron decides that his mission is to destroy beauty and begins rampaging through New York. Is opposed by Captain America and accidentally electrocutes himself. Brandy Cameron is taken to police custody by Captain America.)

Campbell Trucking
Product: Trucking company
Founder: Campbell
President: Campbell
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #242
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #242 (Campbell is seen driving in his truck)

Carlton Co.
Product: Unrevealed
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Michel Souris (Vice-president)
Other Employees: ?
Former Employees: Ray Lippert (Assistant to Mr. Souris.)
First Appearance: Damage Control II #1
List of Appearances:
Damage Control II #1 (Revealed to have bought Damage Control from Tony Stark and Wilson Fisk.)
Damage Control II #2 (Michel Souris makes massive budget cuts.)
Damage Control II #3 (Souris tells Damage Control not to spend any money unless he approves it.)
Damage Control II #4 (It’s revealed that Carlton Co. is in debt to the Kingpin and has been using the money saved by cutting Damage Control’s budget to pay him. Mrs. Hoag and SHIELD buy Damage Control from them and pay off what was owed to the Kingpin.)

Carson Chemical Laboratories
Product: Chemicals
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Strange Tales Annual 2
List of Appearances:
Strange Tales Annual 2 (laboratories used by Spider-Man to modify his webbing)

Carson's Carnival of Traveling Wonders
Product: Circus performances
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Swordsman I, Barney Barton, Hawkeye, Trickshot, Dillon Zarro (Bullet Biker)
First Appearance: Avengers Vol.1 #19
List of Appearances:
Avengers Vol.1 #19 (flashback, revealed how Hawkeye was trained by Swordsman, but turned against him after he robbed their own circus)
Avengers Vol.1 #65 (flashback, revealed how Barney Barton abandoned Hawkeye for turning against Swordsman)
Hawkeye Vol.1 #1 (flashback, revealed how Hawkeye and Barney Barton first joined Carson's Carnival)
Solo Avengers #2 (flashback, revealed how the Swordsman hired Trickshot to train Hawkeye archery)
Solo Avengers #13 (mentioned only, Hawkeye learns that the newest villain in town Bullet Biker, is none other than his former friend Dillon Zarro from the carnival days)

Casa Tindolini
Product: Hairstyling
Founder: Milo Tindolini
President: Milo Tindolini
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #232
List of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #232 (styled the Invisible Girl's hair)

Century Club
Product: Socializing club
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unnamed waiter
Members: Wilson Fisk, J. Jonah Jameson, Harry Osborn, George Vandergill, Roderick Kingsley
First Appearance:
List Of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #249 (lots of members of the club are being blackmailed, and all are invited to a "meeting" at the club. The man behind the meeting is revealed to be Hobgoblin. Harry Osborn stands up to Hobgoblin, and hits him, the head falls off revealing him to be a robot, and the real Hobgoblin  suddenly comes through the window, he attacks Harry, but Spider-Man appears and saves Harry and the rest of the guests, but Hobgoblin defeats Spider-Man, but before he can give him the final blow, he is stopped by Kingpin, who asks Hobgoblin to leave)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #250 (After Hobgoblin has left the building the multi-millionaires decides to take their anger and put it against Spider-Man, because they now thinks Hobgoblin will balckmail them for more money. Spider-Man decides to leave, and return as Peter Parker to talk with Harry.)

Circus Vanderberger
Product: Circus performances
Founder:
President: Mr. Vanderberger
Other Executives:
Other Employees: Rudy Vanderberger (knife-thrower)
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #42
History: Circus Vanderberger is a small circus runned by Mr. Vanderberger himself (see: Vanderberger, Mr.). At one point the circus was being sabotaged by one of the employees, Vanderberger hired two detectives Colleen Wing and Misty Knight to look into the case (see: Knight, Misty; Wing, Colleen Wing).
List of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #42 (hired Misty Knight and Colleen Wing to find out who was trying to sabotage the circus, found out it was Rudy Vanderberger)

Coffee A-Go-Go
Product: Cafe shope
Founder: ?
President: ?
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: Zelda (waitress)
First Appearance (unnamed): "Uncanny" X-Men #7
First Appearance (named): "Uncanny" X-Men #14
List of Appearances:
"Uncanny" X-Men #7
"Uncanny" X-Men #14

Concept Inc.
Product: Advertisements
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Irene Clancy
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Captain America Annual 5
List of Appearances:
Captain America Annual 5 (looked at Steve Rogers' work; rejected it)

Conklin Industries
Product: Industrial products
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Sheila Conklin
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
Former Employees: Cougar (deceased)
First Appearance: Marvel Two-In-One #19
List of Appearances:
Marvel Two-In-One #19 (revealed how Sheila Conklin allowed the Cougar to work for her a scientist to pull company out of bankruptcy; facility used by Cougar in his plan to acquire Null-Bands)

Cosmos Productions
Product: Motion pictures
Founder: B.J. Cosmos
President: B.J. Cosmos
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #14
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #14 (prepared to make movie about Spider-Man; abandoned plans)

Crestmore Research
Product: Weapons research company
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Dr. Lutwin and two other unnamed  persons
First Appearance: Darkhawk #19
List of Appearances:
Darkhawk #19 (attacked by Portal)

Cyberoptics
Product: R&D for computer imaging and circuitry
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Orinn Boothe (ex-president)
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Elia Arriguez, three unnamed security guards, Daniel Harding
First Appearance: Nomad Vol.1 #1
List Of Appearances:
Nomad Vol.1 #1 (revealed to be the place where Elia works)
Nomad Vol.1 #2 (revealed to be owned by Boothe Enterprises)

Daily Bugle
Product: Newspaper (tabloid)
Founder: ?
President: J. Jonah Jameson (publisher), William Walter Goodman (ex-publisher), Norman Osborn (ex-owner)
Other Executives: Joe Robertson (Editor-in-chief), Cahill (chairman?), Jones (board member), atleast 9 other unnamed board members, Kathryn Cushing (city editor), Danny (Nite Editor)
Other Employees: Betty Brant Leeds (reporter, ex-secretary), Gloria Grant (secretary), Ben Urich (city reporter), Charley Snow (reporter), Jacob Conover (columnist), Wendy Thorton (sports columnist), Ann MacIntosh (classified solicitor), Peter Parker (freelance photographer), Dilbert Trilby (obituary writer), Tony Falcone (copy writer), Angela Yin (photographer), Phil Urich, Oscar, Kenny Brown, John, Lynn Walsh, Ken Ellis, Miriam Birchwood (gossip columnist), Kat Farrell (reporter), Irene Merryweather (reporter), Mr. Toomey (security guard), Jillian "Jill" Brythe (reporter), Ms. Kay (reporter), Spence Williams (copyboy/gofer), Mr. Edwards (photographer), Jessica Jones (investigator), Jeffery Haught (phohographer), Laurie Lynton
Former Employees: Ned Leeds (reporter) (deceased), Lance Bannon (photographer) (deceased), Nick Katzenberg (photographer) (deceased), Frederick Foswell (reporter) (deceased), Paul Swanson (reporter) (fired), Noel Beckford (reporter) (quit), Danny (intern?) (deceased), Billy Walters (freelance reporter) (fired), Eugene "Flash" Thompson (fired), David Weiss (copy editor) (deceased), Nick Bandouveris (reporter) (deceased), Jessica Patton (secretary, deceased), Terri Kidder (reporter) (deceased)
First Appearance (mentioned): Fantastic Four Vol.1 #2 (seen) Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #1
History: Daily Bugle was founded back in 1897, and later bought by reporter J. Jonah Jameson (See: Jameson, J. Jonah)
List Of Appearances;
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #2 (Brings the news that "Dragnet is out for Fantastic Four!" on the cover)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #1
Untold Tales of Spider-Man #14
Daredevil Vol.1 #16
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #52
(Joe Robertson appears)

Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #129 (Jameson is mad that New York Star has a major story on the front page, which the Daily Bugle doesn't have)
Daredevil Vol.1 #131 (Jacob Conover appears)

Daredevil Vol.1 #153 (Ben Urich appears)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #197 (Joe Robertson quits the Daily Bugle)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #198 (there is a board meeting, discussing the latest business results, Jones tells that the Bugle is profittable, while Cahill is of the opinion that the newspaper needs credibility. Jameson arrives, and learns that the board questions his business, namely the dismissal of Joe Robertson. Jameson gets very angry, and begins to yell at the board members, telling them that he owns the controlling stocks in the company, and suddenly he faints, Dr. Madison tells the others that Jameson is having a nervous breakdown)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #208
(Lance Bannon becomes Peter Parker's rival as photographer)

Spectacular Spider-Man #52 (White Tiger's lifeless body dropped outside of the Daily Bugle, Peter Parker, J. Jonah Jameson and Joe Robertson all shocked)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #238 (Peter comes to sell "Robbie" his newest pictures of Spider-Man capturing a few criminals)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #241 (walkes out of the Daily Bugle building after having sold a few photos of Spider-Man and Vulture, walks into Amy Powell, while Lance Bannon watches from the shadows)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #243 (Peter sells some photos to Daily Bugle, and have a short conversation with Danny and Ben Urich)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #244 (the Daily Bugle brings the Osborn warehouse break-ins as the cover story)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #245 (Spider-Man goes to the Daily Bugle, where he as Peter Parker runs into Betty Brant Leeds. She offers him dinner at the Royal Pub. J. Jonah Jameson is also seen there)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #246 (At the Daily Bugle building, J. Jonah Jameson dreams that he beats Spider-Man, and is named publisher of the century)
Punisher Vol.1 #5 (mentioned only)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual 17
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #248
(Jacob Conover's article about Timorthy Harrison appears in the Daily Bugle)

Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #249 (at the Daily Bugle building, J. Jonah Jameson has recieved a letter about someone having the information that he helped create the Scorpion)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #251 (Spider-Man goes to see Jameson at the Daily Bugle, only to learn Jameson has written the story about his involvement with the creation of Scorpion, and that he has decided to step down from Daily Bugle, to let "Robbie" Robertson be the new editor-in-chief)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #252 (At the Daily Bugle building, Jameson and "Robbie" are talking about the headline about the heroes who has been missing)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #253 (Peter Parker and Wendy Thornston are on an assignment at the NY Mammoths - SF Skyhawks match. Later at the Bugle, Peter comes to sell the pictures of the match to "Robbie". On the cover of the Daily Bugle is the story about Ray Nesters ties to organized crime)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #254 (Peter Parker comes to sell his newest photos of the Hobgoblin's van. Have a short conversation with Betty Leeds. Tony Falcone comes out of "Robbie"'s office telling them all that "Robbie" is impossible having changed the headline copy three times, and leaves, a few seconds later, "Robbie" comes out of his office asking for Tony, telling them that he has a new idea for the headline. Nathan Calls the Bugle and have a short conversation with Peter and the two of them decides to meet at Gino's later. After the conversation, Wendy tells Peter that Hobgoblin's van has been stolen)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #256 (at the Daily Bugle Peter is selling his newest pictures to Robbie. Robbie asks Betty to give Peter a voucher for the pictures)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual 18 (Ann MacIntosh appears)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #260 (at the Daily Bugle, Betty is talking to Ann MacIntosh. They're talking about Jameson, but he appears and ask Ann if she hasn't work to do. Ann leaves, and "Robbie" comes out of his office asking for a photographer, Betty tells him that she haven't been able to get either Parker or Bannon)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #262 (At the Daily Bugle building, Peter Parker tries to find a way to find the photograper. He goes to Ben Urich who can tell him that the photographer is named "Dirty Jake" Jones, and he also has his address)
Web Of Spider-Man #5 (Kate Cushing appears)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #270
Spectacular Spider-Man #152 (in flashback, Jameson is hired by W.W Goodman as his new reporter, Jameson tries to take down a corrupt cop, getting help from Danny, who is killed in by a bomb, placed by the corrupt police. W.W Goodman wants Jameson to continue his work and Jameson manages to take down the corrupt cop)
Darkhawk #19
Nova Vol.2 #3
Daily Bugle #1 (Betty Brant Leeds interviews the Fude brothers, Jimmy Fude is killed, Angela Yin gets a picture with congressman Henry Adams on a date with former adult movie star Suzie Dawn)
Daily Bugle #2 (Betty is kidnapped by Tommy Fude, Jameson finds out that Niles Williams is actually letting his buildings get run down and get destroyed to build newer buildings over them)
Daily Bugle #3 (Tommy Fude commits suicide ater the police surrounds the house where he is holding Betty Brant)
Spider-Man Unlimited #3 (Dilbert Trilby updates on Doctor Octopus' obituary, just in case)
Uncanny X-Men #338
Uncanny X-Men #339 (in London. Reporter Nick Bandouveris discovers the truth about Graydon Creed's parents, he is to meet with Jameson to give him the information but is met by Bastion instead who kills him)
Sensationel Spider-Man #27
Amazing Spider-Man Annual '98 (Noel Beckford and Peter Parker covers the story of Moon Boy and Devil Dinosaur. After Spider-Man has helped free Moon By from Circus of Crime. Noel Beckford decides to leave Daily Bugle to stay with Dr. Thomas Marles)
Deadline #1 (J. Jonah Jameson, yells at Paul Swanson for not getting his story about Judge Hart yet. Kat Farrell is unhappy working on the “capes” stories, learns there’s an opening in the crime desk. Learns that someone has been killing supervillains and begins investigating.)
Deadline #2 (Kat Farrell continues her investigation finds out that Tinkerer found Hart’s body and brought it back to life.)
Deadline #3 (Kat Farrell is taken by the Judge to the spirit world he visits every night.)
Deadline #4 (Kat Farrell finds out Swanson broke into her home to scare her off the case. Realizes that Tinkerer is the one who killed Hart’s wife. Decides not to reveal the story, even though it means she’ll still have to cover “capes”.)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #39 (May Parker cancels her subscription because of the bad publicity the newspaper gives Spider-Man)
Sentinel #3 (mentioned only, when Juston do some research to learn about the robot he has found, he search the internet for information, stumbling on an article from the Daily Bugle, covering the robot, a Sentinel)
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #6
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #8 (mentioned)
Tangled Web #1
Tangled Web #11 (
Mr. Toomey, Jillian "Jill" Brythe, Ms. Kay, Spence Williams, Mr. Edwards appears)
Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus: Negative Exposure #1 (Jeffery Haught appears)
Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus: Negative Exposure #2
Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus: Negative Exposure #3
Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus: Negative Exposure #4
Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus: Negative Exposure #5
Spider-Man Unlimited Vol.3 #1
(mentioned only. Peter Parker and Ben Urich are send on an assignment to the Derleth House to do a "human interest story")
Pulse #1 (Jessica Jones is hired as investigator for Daily Bugle)
Pulse #2
(reporter Terri Kidder tries desperately to get a story. Jonah Jameson isn't found of her Avengers story, so this brings her to Norman Osborn,  she has heard from a friend that three employees of Oscorp has dissappeared in recent weeks. Norman kills her)
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol.2 #12 (security guard Bob Saunders comes to the Daily Bugle to try to sell them a videorecording, but is outsmarted by Jameson and Robbie)
Pulse #3 (Robbie and Jonah informs the rest of the staff about hte murder of Terri Kidder. Robbie assign Ben Urich and Kat Farrell to learn the identity of the murder of Terri, so Robbie can tell Terri's mother when she arrives later the same day)
Spider-Man Unlimited Vol.3 #3 (Peter is thinking about David Weiss, copy editor at Daily Bugle who was hit by a bus and killed recently)
Cable & Deadpool #5
Cable & Deadpool #6

Daily Globe
Product: Newspaper (tabloid)
Founder: ?
President: K.J Clayton (publisher), Uri Rosenthal (publisher)
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: Barney Bushkin (picture editor), Cal Carlchok (reporter)
Former Employees: Barbara "Babs", Alvin Schmidt (senior editor), Virgil (newspaper boy), Peter Parker (photographer), Lance Bannon (photographer), Eddie Brock (reporter)
First Appearance: (mentioned) Fantastic Four Vol.1 #2 (seen) Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #27
List of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #2 (Brings the news that "Fantastic Four has been declared public enemies - hunt widens for members of strange group..." on the cover . Later brings the news that "New Rocket to be tested" on the cover)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #1 (brings the latest news on Spider-Man on the cover)
Untold Tales Of Spider-Man #15
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #27
(Barney Bushkin is introduced)

"Uncanny" X-Men #14 (brings the words "Mutant Menace" on the cover)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #193 (Barney Bushkin tells Sandy that KJ wants Peter Parker working for the Daily Globe and orders her to get to Peter Parker's apartment to look for him)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #201
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #202
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #207
(Peter Parker arrives at the Daily Globe, where he talks with Barney Bushkin. Buskhin tells Peter that he is hired on salery. Peter tells him that he can't be a full-time photograper, whereto Bushkin tells him that they know at the Globe, and that he doesn't need to worry about it, at the Globe everybody is one big family. Bushkin then sends Parker on his first assignment)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #210
(Madame Web helps Spider-Man rescue Daily Globe publisher K.J. Clayton)

Midnight Sons Unlimited #9 (in the 1940's, "Babs", Virgil & Alvin hears Mark Todd’s story about the Blazing Skull fighting against the Iron Cross and sees him keep the Masked Raider’s missile from hitting the city.)
Venom #-1 (In flashback, Barney Bushkin rejects Eddie Brock’s photos of Krobaa. Cal Carlchok tells Eddie Brock he’s given up on reporting about monsters, because the stories are never believed.)

Dakota Building
Product: Building complex
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Nightcrawler #1
History:
List of Appearances:
Nightcrawler #1 (Barney Franks comes to the Dakota Building to confront Dr. Childs, outside the building begins to burn)
Nightcrawler #2 (outside the Dakota Building, Nightcrawler tries to save Barney Franks but is unsuccessfull)
Nightcrawler #4 (at Dr. Child's apartment, alot of his neighboors are present, and so are 13 of the 14 demons, Dr. Childs tries to free the last one by cutting Seth Walker's knot, Pazuzu is freed but because Kitty Pryde manages to save Seth before his blood is spilled, Dr. Childs have no control of the 14th demon, and Dr. Childs is killed by Pazuzu. Magic arrives and defeats the demons, trasferring the demons into small statues made by Seth Walker)

Damage Control
Product: Insurance and repair company
Founder: ?
President: Anne Marie Hoag
Other Executives: Kathleen O’Meara (Vice-president), Henry Ackerdson (VP in charge of marketing), Robin Chapel (Director of Operations), Albert Cleary (comptroller), Eugene Strausser (head of R&D), John Porter (account executive), Marie Leahy (account executive), Andrew (traffic manager, may have quit.)
Other Employees: Lenny Ballinger (head foreman), "Bart" Rozum (Assistant to Robin Chapel), Anne (receptionist), Jay (security guard) Paul (driver)
Former Employees: Laura (traffic manager), Robbie Baldwin (AKA Speedball, intern)
First Appearance: Marvel Age Annual 4
History: Damage Control, Inc. is a Manhattan-based engineering and construction company that specializes in the cleanup, repair and restoration of property damaged through the destructive activities of superhuman beings. Damage Control has achieved a near-monopoly of this field, which has proved to be a tremendously lucrative for the organization. Damage Control is headed by Anne Marie Hoag (see: Hoag, Mrs.) Originally Damage Control was funded by Tony Stark and the Maria Stark Foundation and Wilson Fisk (see: Iron Man I; Kingpin I);. But is now funded by SHIELD (and possible the Maria Stark Foundation again.) (see: SHIELD II)
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Age Annual #4 (Henry Ackerdson tries to get the Hulk to be Damage Control’s spokesman.)
Marvel Comics Presents #19 (John Porter tries to get Josie's Bar as a client, but after Daredevil and Turk destroys the bar, and Mrs. Hoag comes with her Damage Control and fixes the place in no time, John gives up, but is offered a job by Mrs. Hoag in Damage Control, which he accepts.)
Damage Control #1 (Repair damage caused by the Avengers and Spider-Man fighting the Alternator Bug-Bot. John Porter’s first day.)
Damage Control #2 (Can’t fix one of Dr. Doom’s buildings until his bills are paid. Albert and Bart go to the Latverian embassy to collect.)
Damage Control #3 (Henry Ackerdson tries to improve the company’s image by making them wear superhero-style uniforms and arranges a publicity stunt, but causes a tunnel to flood.)
Damage Control #4 (Go to the ruins of Xavier’s mansion, Robin, Gene, Albert and Lenny learn that they had been there before, but Xavier had made them forget so his secrets would be safe.)
Damage Control II #1 (Acts of Vengeance. Carlton Co. buys the company and Mrs. Hoag leaves to join the CSA, Robin replaces her. Also the team assists at the Vault during a breakout.)
Damage Control II #2 (Acts of Vengeance. Michel Souris makes massive budget cuts, Gene is fired, and workers go on strike.)
Damage Control II #3 (Acts of Vengeance. Souris won’t let them spend any money unless he approves it. She-Hulk tries to help with repairs on the Daily Bugle. Gene forms “New and Improved” and attacks her and is arrested.)
Damage Control II #4 (Acts of Vengeance. It’s discovered that Carlton Co. has been using the money from the budget cuts to pay Kingpin. SHIELD and Mrs. Hoag pay to get Damage Control back. The strike is ended.)
Damage Control III #1-4
Iron Man Annual 11 (took custody of Stark Enterprises Fission/Fusion/Fission reactor; accidentally activated device, saved from destruction by Iron Man)
Fantastic Four Vol.3 #37 (Do work at the ruins of Pier 4 and offer the Fantastic Four a temporary place to live in the guest rooms.)
Black Panther Vol.3 #26 (Damage Control headquarters is seen as the temporary base for the FF.)
Fantastic Four Vol.3 #40 (Albert is present at the opening of the new Baxter Building. He also gives Ben a message from Kathleen saying “it would be okay if he called on her.”)

Democracy Pictures
Product: Motion pictures
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Whit Spencer
Other Employees: Sundown Dawson, Glenn Repper, Lyle Dekker (ex-employee)
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #219
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #219 (filmed movie serial of Captain America; sabotaged by Lyle Dekker, Dekker unmasked by Captain America)

Derleth House
Product: Hospice
Founder: The University Hospital
President:
Other Executves:
Other Employees: Dr. Desai
First Appearance: Spider-Man Unlimited Vol.3 #1
History: The Derleth House used to be the home of robber baron H.P Derleth but when he died at 93, he left the house to the University hopsital, which made the ohuse into a hospice for terminal ill children (see: H.P Derleth)
List of Appearances
Spider-Man Unlimited Vol.3 #1 (Peter Parker and Ben Urich is send to do a "human interest story" at the Derleth House, a resident of terminal ill children. There they meet with Dr. Desai, and also sees Stella Davis, a young girl with leukemia)

Dermafree
Product: Medical products
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Helena Carlson
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Adolphus (guard)
First Appearance: Mystique #14
History: Dermafree is a medical company based in Sweden, the company tests their drugs on mutants
List of Appearances:
Mystique #14

Dion Bar
Product: Drinking establishments
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Dion (Dionysos)
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Solo Avengers #11
History: When Zeus banished Dionysos to Earth for threatening to destroy Olympus, he send him to a take over a bar, which meant that the banishment wasn't such a hard thing for the god of wine (see: Dionysos; Zeus)
List of Appearance:
Solo Avengers #11 (after being "banished" to Earth, starts working at Dion's)

Donovan Robotics
Product: Robot construction
Founder: ?
President: Donovan
Other Exectives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #43
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #43 (started joint-venture with Stark Enterprises, in reality tried to steal information from Stark, defeated by Iron Man and president sent to jail)

Dovecote
Product: Mountaintop safe house
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Widowmaker (guard), Unnamed Elite Guards, unnamed Hawk-Riders, unnamed other guards, unnamed scientists.
History: Dovecote was designed as the ultimate safe house. Customers would pay to be hidden in the mountaintop citadel, which was heavily guarded by various high-tech and unusual guards such as giant Hawk-Riders and Elite Guards on Diatrymas. Customers of Dovecote apparently included spies, diplomats, gangsters, scientists and anyone else who needed to hide and had enough money.
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #238
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #238 (Captain America finds out Snowfall is being held in Dovecote against her will and begins his rescue attempt.)
Captain America Vol.1 #239 (Captain America breaks in and rescues Snowfall. The safety of Dovecote having been compromised, it is abandoned and self destructed.)
Final Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #238

Eckman Electronics
Product: Electronics company
Founder: ?
President: ?
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Solo Avengers #8 (upon discovering his true enemy, Hank Pym rushes to Eckman Electronics in order to stop Dr. Nemesis, who is trying to rob the place. Dr. Nemesis is defeated by Hank Pym and taken away by the police)

Entwiler Jewelers
Product: Jewel store
Founder: ?
President: ?
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Solo Avengers #8 (Lt. Ishmael tells Hank Pym that there has been a series of robberies lately in town among others at Entwiler Jewelers)

ESX
Product: Unrevealed
Founder: Unrevealed
Presidnet: Unrevealed
Other Executive: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unnamed presenter
First Appearance (unnamed): Daredevil Vol.2 #22
First Appearanc (named): Daredevil Vol.2 #23
History:
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.2 #22 (when Daredevil hears a buglar alarm, he rushes off, to try to capture the thiefs, he breaks a skylight to get in, but is surprised when it is revealed that the was only a test of a buglar alarm)
Daredevil Vol.2 #23 (Kate Vinokur tells Daredevil that she has been talking with ESX about paying for the damaged cause earlier with the broken skylight)

Excelsior
Product: Appartment building
Founder: Unknown
President: Unknown
Other Executives: Unknown
Other Employees: Unknown
First Appearance: She-Hulk Vol.3 #3
History:
List of Appearances:
She-Hulk Vol.3 #3

Fireheart Enterprises
Product:
Founder:
President: Thomas Fireheart
Other Executives:
Other Employees: Jenna Taylor (secretary)
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #256
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #256 (in New Mexico at Fireheart Enterprises, Jenna Taylor is talking with Congressman Crespi telling him that Thomas Fireheart is out. She hears Fireheart's phone calling, and walks in to his office. She hears The Rose on the answering machine and calls Fireheart's helicopter)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #257 (Thomas Fireheart calls Jenna Taylor to get an update)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #258 (Thomas Fireheart returns from his latest assignment and have a short conversation with Jenna)

Flowers By Francesi
Product: Flowers store
Founder: ?
President: ? (formerly Francesi)
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance Solo Avengers #8
History: Flowers By Francesi was a small flowers store in Los Angeles owned by Francesi who was also known in the criminal underworld (see: Francesi)
List of Appearances:
Solo Avengers #8 (Hawkeye goes to "Flowers by Francesi" to buy his wife some flowers, while there a group of five comes to the store, threatening Francesi. Hawkeye manage to defeat them, capturing one of them pulling off his mask, revealing a young kid, who Francesi knows as Puentes, then Clint is knocked down by one of the other kids, and they all escapes. Later Hawkeye and Mockingbird decides to check out Francesi and the kids a little more. At "Flowers By Francesi" a car comes, with two goons and the kid Puentes. Francesi is revealed to be the real bad guy here, threatening the Puentes kid. But when Blind Justice arrives, Francesi's goons are fighting Hawkeye and Mockingbird. Francsi himself tries to escape but is captured by Blind Justice who threatens to kill him. Hawkeye comes to save Francesi but the old man suffers a heartattack, and while Blind Justice leaves, Hawkeye and Mockingbird rushes the old man to the hospital, but the old man dies)

Food Factory
Product: Restaurant chain
Founder: Jimmy & Tommy Fude
President: Jimmy & Tommy Fude (ex-presidents)
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Daily Bugle #1
History: Food Factory was a chain of restaurants own by the Fude brothers (see: Fude, Jimmy; Fude, Tommy). After the restaurants began losing money, Tommy allied himself with mob boss Morgan Hall (see: Hall, Morgan)
List Of Appearances:
Daily Bugle #1 (Tommy & Jimmy meets with Betty Brant for an interview, Jimmy is gunned down by mobsters)
Daily Bugle #2 (Tommy talks with Betty Brant about Jimmy's death. Later kidnaps her from her appartment.)
Daily Bugle #3 (Tommy explains to Betty Brant how the restaurant was losing money so he asked mob boss Morgan Hall for help. When Jimmy found out that a mob boss was funding the restaurant he tried to tell Betty and was killed. When the police surround the building, Tommy commits suicide)

Garden Restaurant
Product: Restaurant
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #260
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #260 (MJ and Liz Osborn goes to the Garden Restaurant to have dinner. Later after leaving the restaurant, they're both kidnapped by two men in a car)

General Electronics Ltd.
Product: Scientific research
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Mr. Cartwright, Roger, Mr. Van Dorn
Other Employees: Mr. Fantastic
First Appearance: Fantastic Four Vol.1 #15
List of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #15 (convinced Mr. Fantastic to briefly join their staff; Mr. Fantastic left from unsatisfaction)

General Techtronics Laboratories
Product: Research in radiation
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Amazing Fantasy #15
List of Appearances:
Amazing Fantasy #15 (held open-air experiment observed by Peter Parker; spider caught in radiation made Parker Spider-Man)

Genetech
Product: Scienticfic reserarch
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Dr. Walter Rosen
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Dr. Casciola, Dr. Rudy
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
New Warriors Vol.2 #1 (accidently brings Blastaar to Earth)

Gino's
Product: Restaurant
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: unnamed waiter
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #253
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #253 (Nathan and Peter talks about them meeting with Peter's aunt, at Gino's at 72nd street, for a reconsiliation. Nathan and May goes there to eat, and Peter is suppose to come there, but Peter never shows up. May leaves, and one hour later Peter shows up, Nathan tells him that his aunt has left, and he is surprised how little Peter seems to care for his aunt)

Golden Harbor
Product: Restaurant
Founder: ?
President: Gow Yang Ju
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: Molly Foo
First Appearance: X-Treme X-Men #5
History: Asian Restaurant in Sydney, ownerd by Gow Yang Ju (see: Father Gow)
List Of Appearances:
X-Treme X-Men #5 (Rogue comes to the Golden Harbor to ask for Father Gow. Shortly after Gambvit arrives as well.)

Golden Orange Comics
Product: Comic store
Founder: ?
President: Marla Chandler-Jones
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: Al
First Appearance:
History: ?
List Of Appearances:
Captain Marvel Vol.3 #31
Captain Marvel Vol.3 #32

Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway
Product: Law firm
Founder: ?
President: Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holden Holliway
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: Mallory Book, Awesome Andy (Awesome Android), Jennifer Walters (She-Hulk),
First Appearance:
History: G, L, K & H is a lawfirm based at Timely Plaza
List Of Appearances:
She-Hulk Vol.3 #1
She-Hulk Vol.3 #5
She-Hulk Vol.3 #6
NOTE: Timely was the first name used by Marvel Comics, Martin Goodman was the first President, Stanley Lieber is more famous under the name of Stan Lee, co-creator of most of the Marvel Universe, and Jacob Kurtzberg was more famous under the name of Jack Kirby, co-creator of most of the Marvle Universe alongside Stan Lee

Guardian Life Insurance Company
Product: Life insurances
Founder: ?
President: Mr. Matthews
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #291
History: ?
List Of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #291 (revealed to be extorting super-criminals, including Tumbler I, Dr. Octopus I, Mr. Hyde, Cobra, and Jester I; shut down by Tumbler II and Captain America)

Hammer Industries
Product: Technology used in electronic components
Founder: Justin Hammer
President: ?, Justin Hammer (ex-president)
Other Executives: Dave Morell
Other Employees: Terry (secretary)
Special Agents: Hydro-Man, Shocker II, Constrictor, Beetle, Blashlash/Whiplash, Man-Killer II, Force, Rhino, Boomerang, Scorpion, Spymaster II, Blizzard II
First Appearance:
History:
List Of Appearances:
Iron Man Vol.1 #118, 120, 123 (Justin Hammer tested remote control of Iron Man I's armor by affecting his unibeam, sealing plates, and boot jets)
Iron Man Vol.1 #124-127 (Justin Hammer used remote control to cause Iron Man I to kill the Carnelian ambassador, set army of superhuman criminals against Iron Man I)
Iron Man Vol.1 #140-141 (Justin Hammer and Force I, hijacked yachts to smuggle opium into the United States, battled Iron Man I)
Iron Man Vol.1 #217 (Justin Hammer sent Adap-Tor to attack Stark Enterprises)
Iron Man Vol.1 #223-224 (Justin Hammer sent Beetle, Blacklash, and Blizzard II to retrieve Force I)
Iron Man Vol.1 #225 ("Armor Wars", Justin Hammer revealed to have bought Iron Man's armor technology from Spymaster I and sold it to various armored criminals)
Iron Man Vol.1 #238 (Justin Hammer sent Rhino to break Blizzard II out of prison)
Iron Man Vol.1 #239-240 (Justin Hammer sent Blacklash, Blizzard II and Boomerang to battle Ghost and Iron Man I)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #318-319 (Justin Hammer redesigned the Scorpion's tail, sent him to abduct General Musgrave, sent Blacklash and Rhino to retrieve the tail when he refused)
Iron Man Vol.1 #243 (Justin Hammer learned that Tony Stark had been shot)
Avengers Spotlight #27 (Justin Hammer sent Boomerang to raid Stark Enterprises security office)
Iron Man Vol.1 #254 (Justin Hammer hired Taskmaster to train Spymaster II)
Deadly Foes of Spider-Man #4 (Justin Hammer agreed to develop new costume for Rhino)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #344-345 (Justin Hammer sent Rhino and Boomerang to battle Cardiac)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual 26/Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 12/Web of Spider-Man Annual 8/New Warriors Annual 2 (with Life Foundation, Roxxon Oil, Stane International, and the Brand Corporation, abducted superhuman heroes to analyze their abilities, helped the Sphinx I to reclaim the Ka Stone)
Nomad Vol.2 #4 (Justin Hammer is present at a meeting between different members of organized crime)
Iron Man Vol.1 #281-283 (Justin Hammer with operatives of HYDRA, Roxxon Oil, Moroboshi International and the Trinational Commission, tricked the Masters of Silence into attacking Stark Enterprises; defeated by Iron Man I, forced to sell stock in Stane International to Tony Stark)
Thunderbolts #26 (Justin Hammer using Mentallo, contacted Abe Jenkins in prison; attempted to break supercriminals out of Seagate, failed)
Thunderbolts #35-37
Iron Man: Bad Blood #1-4 (Justin Hammer revealed that he had cancer, tried to get one last victory against Iron Man, failed, when last seen he was flouting in space covered in ice)
Peter Parker: Spider-Man Vol.2 #51 (Dave Morell fires Hydro-Man, Constrictor and Shocker)

Hanset
Product: Investment company
Founder: Mr. Hansen
President: Mr. Hansen (ex-president), Arnold Hansen (ex-president)
Other Executives:
Other Employees: Roky Vance (broker), Mitch (guard), Ollie (guard)
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #8
History:
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #8 (on the frontpage of Wall Street Journal it says that Hanset has bought Komoco)

Harras, Anderson And Brown
Product: Accounting firm
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Bobby Drake (ex-employee), Eliot
First Appearance:
List Of Appearances:
X-Factor #1

Hearth Club
Product: Socialite club
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Captain America Annual 5
List of Appearances:
Captain America Annual 5 (held party for Carlo Ferrini; Ferrini killed by trap set by the Deathwatcher)

Hermiston Research
Product: Clone research
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Dr. Lowell
First Appearance: New Warriors Vol.2 #2
History:
List of Appearances:
New Warriors Vol.2 #2 (Namorita comes to learn more about her cloning nature, but learns that Genecide and her Eugenix has taken over the facility. Begins to fight them, and manage to use her comm-badge to call the New Warriors. When Genecide and Eugenix escapes, introduced to the real Dr. Lowell)

Hope Foundation
Product: Building construction
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Jackson Day
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Nova Vol.2 #3
History: Used Nova as pawn against competitor Braggatello Construction Firm in order to get to build a children's hospital (see: Nova I, Appendix, M.U Companies, Braggatello Construction Firm)
List Of Appearances:
Nova Vol.2 #3

Hutchinson & Macnamara
Product: Law firm
Founder: Hutchinson & Macnamara
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.2 #22 (representative from firm seen in tv commercial, telling Daredevil he could contact them if he need legal advice in the upcoming trial)

Icitech
Product: Unrevealed
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance (mentioned): Sentinel #7
History:
List of Appearances:
Sentinel #7 (Vernon tells Leslie, how he was send to Toronto and Malinger got the Icitech account instead of him)

I.C.M [International Computing Machines Corporation
]
Product: Data analysis
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Mr. Petty
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #8
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #8 (brought robot the Living Brain to Midtown High; two employees attempted to steal robot, thwarted by Spider-Man and Flash Thompson)

I.D.I.C [International Data Integration Control]
Product: A cartel determined to manage the world by any means available
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Diadem, Doctor Lugash
First Appearance: Master of Kung-Fu #102
List of Appearances:
Master of Kung-Fu #102 (I.D.I.C, is an international company who will use any means necessary to control the world’s economy. They once tried to get control over Dame Peyraud’s refinery, but when she closed the refinery, they went to more extreme measures. They placed one of their agents Diadem inside Peynaud’s company as a system analyser. When Diadem managed to force Peynaud’s liaison with the European Union Lord Burtonwil to re-open the refinery, after a couple of attempts on Dame Peynaud’s life, among others a heart attack caused by Doctor Lugash, Dame Peynaud’s personal doctor, but also a pawn used by the I.D.I.C. After Diadem almost succeeded she had a fight with Dame Peynaud’s personal bodyguard Shang-Chi whom she defeated by paralyzing him. The I.D.I.C had finally gotten control over Dame Peynaud’s refinery)

IDIC (International Data Integration and Control)
Product: Data systems analysis
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Mr. Kuramoto
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Ken Tanaka
First Appearance: Quasar #5
List of Appearances:
Quasar #5 (visited by Wendell Vaughn for possible security account)
Quasar #7 (Vaughn ran out of meeting)
Quasar #9 (meeting concluded, granted account to Vaughn Security)

Infinity Productions
Product: Motion pictures
Founders: Cyril and Willie Lucas
Presidents: Cyril and Willie Lucas (ex-presidents)
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #106
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #106 (movie studio used by Communist Chinese as site for battle between Captain America and LMD duplicate; Willie and Cyril Lucas both killed)

Itel Intl
Product:
Founder:
President:
Other Executives:
Other Employees:
First Appearance (mentioned): Punisher Vol.2 #8
History:
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #8 (while misleading the public that Tokegura, Ldt. wants to take over Praxdorf. The Billionaire Boys' Club secretly buys Itel Intl stocks, and at a time owns 30% of the company)

Jack's Coffee Shop
Product: Coffee shop
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unnamed waitress
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #250
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #250 (after the affair at the Century Club. Harry and Peter goes to Jack's Coffee shop to have a talk about the Hobgoblin affair)

Johnson Scott Co.
Product: Bonds and Securities
Founder: ?
President: ?
Other Executives: Richard Dichinson (assistant manager)
Other Employees: Bob
First Appearance: Web of Spider-Man #81
List of Appearances:
Web of Spider-Man #81 (Bloodshed tries to force Richard Dichinson to steal a million dollars for him.)

Josie's
Product: Drinking establishment
Founder: Josie
President: Josie
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #266 (Toad comes to Josie's to hire some men to attack Spider-Man the next day. The men accepts and orders drinks from Josie)
Marvel Comics Presents #19 (destroyed in fight between Daredevil and Turk, rebuild by Damage Control)
Deadline #1 (At the bar Turk tells Josie that the next time he meets Daredevil he will beat him up)

Kane Construction
Product: Building construction
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Nemesis II
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Falcon #1
List of Appearances:
Falcon #1 (buildings in Harlem menaced by Nemesis II, destruction prevented by the Falcon; housing project ended)

Kanjos Insurance Corporation
Product: Insurance company
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Harrison Wareman (executive VP)
Other Employees: unnamed secretary
First Appearance: Nomad Vol.1 #2
List Of Appearance:
Nomad Vol.1 #2 (revealed to be the company where Orinn Boothe has his insurances)

Kawahama Corporation
Product: Unrevealed
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance (Mentioned): Team America #1
List of Appearances:
Team America #1 (Sponsored Pops Kuramoto’s entry into the Unlimited Class Racing.)

Kaxton Laboratories
Product: Scientific research and development
Founder: Carl Kaxton
President: Carl Kaxton
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Wilbur Day (aka Stilt-Man I)
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #8
List Of Appearance:
Daredevil Vol.1 #8 (company's resources used by Day to create Stilt-Man armor)

Kearns International
Product: Unrevealed
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Joshua Kearns (ex-president)
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #9
History: After having made a deal with Headhunter, Joshua Kearns company became a huge success (see: Kearns, Joshua; Headhunter). But in the contract Kearns had to give his head to Headhunter at a time of her choosing but not more than 7 years after the contract was signed. When Headhunter came to collect her "head". Joshua Kearns had to retire as president of the company.
List Of Appearances:
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #9 (after Kearns was freed from Headhunter by Namor, he told Namor and Namorita about the deal he made with Headhunter in order to make Kearns International a multinational conglomerate)

Keibler Circus
Product: Circus performances
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Hulk
First Appearance: Avengers Vol.1 #1
List of Appearances:
Avengers Vol.1 #1 (had Hulk join circus as "Mechano, the Mechanical Man"; Hulk pursued by Ant-Man and the Wasp, circus tent destroyed)
West Coast Avengers Annual 1 (fight between West Coast Avengers and Quicksilver staged at circus, Quicksilver escaped)

KLAF
Product: TV-station
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Solo Avengers #10 (Seymour the All Seeing Astrologer comes to the station to tell them that Los Angeles is about to sink into the sea, they don't believe him, and throws him out)

Koenig & Strey
Product:
Founder: A.I.M.
President: A.I.M.
Other Executives:
Other Employees:
History: Koenig is a front for A.I.M.
First Appearance: Identity Disc #2
List of Appearances:
Identity Disc #2

Komoco
Product:
Founder:
President: Arnold Hansen
Other Executives:
Other Employees:
First Appearance (mentioned): Punisher Vol.2 #8
History:
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #8 (on the cover of Wall Street Journal, it says that Hanset has bought Komoco)

Krask and Krask
Product: Law firm
Founder: Kronin Krask
Presidents: Kevin and Kenneth Krask
Other Executives: None
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Thunderstrike #15
List of Appearances:
Thunderstrike #15 (given case to prosecute Code: Blue for unauthorized operations)
Thunderstrike #16 (firm invaded by spirit of Kronin Krask, saved by Code: Gray, settled out-of-court with Code: Blue)

Kwikkee Burger
Product: Fast food restaurant chain
Founder:
President: Mr. Krenshaw
Other Executives: Mr. Bickey
Other Employees:
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #125 (Mr. Bickey tries to hire Spider-Man and Tigra as the company’s spokespersons. Tigra accepts, but is fired when a fight between Zabo and Tigra and Spider-Man destroys Manhattan’s biggest Kwikkee Burger.)
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #131 (A Kwikkee burger is robbed by the White Rabbit.)
Defenders Vol.1 #131 (One of the restaurants is attacked by the Walrus.)
Captain America Annual 8 (A Kwikkee Burger along I-94’s parking lot caves in. Captain America and police officers investigate.)
Spectacular Spider-Man #185 (A Kwikkee is attacked by the Terrible Two, White Rabbit and Walrus.)

Los Angeles Journal
Product: Newspaper
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unnamed secretary
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Solo Avengers #10 (Seymour the All Seeing Astrologer calls Los Angeles Journal to tell them that Los Angeles is about to sink into the sea, they don't believe him, and hangs on the phone)

Marlinworld
Product: Seaworld Entertainment Park
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Jonas Marlin
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Harry (killer whale trainer)
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #26
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #26 (Hulk as Joe Fixit came to collect some money that Mr. Marlin owned Hulk's boss in Las Vegas, while Hulk is there Harry the killer whale trainer is attacked by the killer whale Shadu and killed. Hulk discovers that some Atlanteans are behind it and defeats them)

Marrs Corps
Product: Unrevealed
Founder: Unrevealed, presumed Archimedes Marrs
President: Desmond & Phoebe Marrs
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Maitland, Margaret (secretary), Gerrold, Allison (secretary)
First Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #1
List Of Appearances:
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #1 (Phoebe Marrs comes back from Hong Kong and is met by some of her employees)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #2 (the Marrs twins are seen in a room at Marrs Corps, watching Griffin foight Namor)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #3 (the Marrs twins are still watching Namor)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #4(the Marrs twins are still watching Namor, Phoebe fires her secretary Margaret)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #5 (Desmond reveals Marrs Corps has financed FRONT)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #6 (Namor takes Phoebe to the Marrs Corps after having saved her)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #10
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #14 (meeting between Phoebe and five of the employees, Namor pays a visit, Phoebe fired her secretary Allison)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #18 (Desmond learns that Punisher is after him, when he meets Punisher in Desmond's own office)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #19 (Punisher hunts Desmond Marrs down in the Marrs Corps headquater, before Punisher can take the guy down, he commits suiside himself)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #21 (revealed to be in a terrible condition after Desmond's suiside)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #23 (taken-over by Oracle, Inc.)

Marvel Burger
Product: Fastfood restaurant chain
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Richard Rider, Roger "Caps" Cooper, Bernie Dillon
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
New Warriors Vol.2 #9 (Richard Rider arrives at work, where he meets with Bernie Dillon)

Maxon Aircraft Corporation
Product: Military aircrafts
Founder: John Maxon
President: John Maxon
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #65
List of Appearances:
Tales of Suspense #65 (aircrafts destroyed by saboteurs; revealed that Maxon was really Red Skull imposter)

Maxwell's Plum
Product: Café
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #239 (Amy Powell calls Peter Parker from Maxwell's Plum to invite him to dinner)

McClellan Construction
Product: Buildings constructions
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Three unnamed construction workers
First Appearance (unnamed): Darkhawk #1
First Appearance (named): Darkhawk #2
History:
List of Appearances:
Darkhawk #1 (three construction workers seen)
Darkhawk #2 (name revealed)
Darkhawk #16

McMillan Construction Company
Product: Buildings construction
Founder: ?
President: ?
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Nova Vol.1 #23
List Of Appearances:
Nova Vol.1 #23 (machines taken over by Doctor Sun)

Meachum Industries/Rand-Meachum Corporation
Product:
Founder: Wendell Rand & Harold Meachum
President: Joy Meachum, Wendell Rand (ex-president), Harold Meachum (ex-president)
Other Executives: Ward Meachum (ex-vice-president)
Other Employees:
First Appearance (as Meachum Industries):
First Appearance (as Rand-Meachum Corporation):
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Premiere #20 (Iron Fist comes to see Joy)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #8 (held press-conference announcing the return of Danny Rand)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #10 (Misty Knight and Colleen Wing confronts Danny Rand at Rand-Meachunm Corporation)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #14 (Joy Meachum tries to find out what happenend with the return of Danny Rand by asking her uncle, but she is hypnotized to forget it by Danny Rand)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #17 (while Rand-Meachum continues the wrok in the Savage Land, Joy Meachum speaks in the UN building)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #21 (in hostile take-over bought by Oracle, Inc.)
Final Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #21

Medtech
Product: Psychic research institute
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Mr. Odgen
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Dylan Cavanaugh
First Appearance: Marvel Fanfare Vol.1 #48
History: Medtech is a privately founded psychic research institute, based in Los Angeles, California
List of Appearances:
Marvel Fanfare Vol.1 #48 (She-Hulk gets a psychic call from her old friend Dylan Cavanaugh in a dream, and this takes her from New York City to Los Angeles to see her friend who now works at Medtech. He tells her, that the president of the company Ogden hired him, so he could use his psychic abilities to create industrial spies, so Ogden could make more money. Odgen a powerful psychic himself tried to get to Dylan, but She-Hulk helps him defeating Ogden)

Metro-General Hospital
Product: Hospital
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Dr. Louis Childs (psychiatrich ward)
Other Employees: Christine Palmer (nurse), Barney Franks (security guard)
First Appearance: Nightcrawler #1
History:
List of Appearances:
Nightcrawler #1 (Seth Walker is the only surviving child out of 14 kids at a room at Metro-General Hospital. Nightcrawler is sent to the hospital to investigate the murders, there he is introduces to nurse Palmer, Barney Franks and Dr. Childs)
Nightcrawler #2 (Nightcrawler comes back to the hospital to talk with Seth Walker)
Nightcrawler #3 (Dr. Childs comes to take Seth Walker with him to the Dakota Building)
Nightcrawler #4 (Nightcrawler comes to the hospital, nurse Palmer tells him that Dr. Childs went away with Seth)

MF Publishing
Product: Sleazy magazines
Founder: Milton Farr
President: (former) Milton Farr
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: "Remington Colt"
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Annual 17
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Annual 17 (in order to get some info on the Kingpin and others, Louis Minelli send his men after Milton Farr. They beat him to near death, before he revealed where his files were)

Microcorp
Product:
Founder:
President: A subsidiary of Praxdorf
Other Executives:
Other Employees: Carl (guard)
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #8
History:
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #8 (the Billionaire Boys' Club meets with Mr. Takegura at a Microchip at Warrick county, Connecticut)

Midtown Business Executives Club
Product: Socializing club
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: J. Jonah Jameson, Norman Osborn, Mr. Merriweather
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #21
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #21 (discussed the Lucky Lobo gang)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #26 (discussed the Crime-Master)

Mitchell Armored Truck Co.
Product: Armored couriers
Founder: Howard Mitchell/Hijacker
President: Howard Mitchell/Hijacker
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Tales To Astonish #40
List of Appearances:
Tales To Astonish #40 (armored cars stolen by the Hijacker; Hijacker caught by Ant-Man and unmasked as Howard Mitchell, owner of the company)

Moonbuck Coffee House
Product: Coffee house
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.2 #22
History:
List of Appearances:
Daredevil Vol.2 #22 (Daredevil and Kate Vinokur sits at Moonbuck Coffee House, discussing their strategy for the trial)

Morganstern Electronics
Product: Electronics company
Founder: ?
President: ?
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Solo Avengers #8 (Lt. Ishmael tells Hank Pym that there has been a series of robberies lately in town among others at Morganstern Electronics)

Nacht Enterprises
Product: Unrevealed
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Mr. Nacht (Master Man II)
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #11
History:
List Of Appearances:
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #11 (at the Nacht building, Warrior Woman and Master Man are introduced to Mr. Nacht)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #12 (at the Nacht building, Mr. Nacht confessed his love for Warrior Woman to her, revealed to her his plans of being the all-new Master Man)

Nelson & Murdock
Product: Law firm
Founder: Matt Murdock and Franklin Nelson
President: Matt Murdock and Franklin Nelson
Other Executives:
Other Employees: Angela Barbato (secretary), Elaine Kendricks (investigator)
Former Employees: Karen Page (secretary), "Becky" (secretary)
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #1
History:
List of Appearance:
Daredevil Vol.1 #1 (Foggy Nelson introduces Matt Murdock to their new secretary Karen Page. Later tells Matt that he has refused to take the case of Slade, who murdered Matt's father)
Daredevil Vol.1 #2
Daredevil Vol.1 #3
Daredevil Vol.1 #4
Daredevil Vol.1 #5 (Matt Murdock planned to trick the criminal Matador out in the open, by holding a press-conference at Nelson & Murdock, claiming that Matador and Daredevil really was one and the same, manage to get Matador to come to the offices, and as Daredevil fought him again, this time defeating the supercriminal)

Daredevil Vol.1 #6
Daredevil Vol.1 #7 (Namor arrives at the offices of Nelson & Murdock wanting them to be his lawyers in suing the world for his rightful inheritage.Murdock and Nelson accepted the case, and appeared in court)
Daredevil Vol.1 #8 (Wilbur Day arrives at the offices of Nelson & Murdock to hire them in a case against his boss Carl Kaxton)
Daredevil Vol.1 #12 (Matt Murdock leaves the company to take a vacation)
Daredevil Vol.1 #13
Daredevil Vol.1 #14
Daredevil Vol.1 #15
Daredevil Vol.1 #16 (at the offices of Nelson & Murdock, Foggy, Matt and Karen are having a conversation about the recent crimes in New York City, when Spider-Man cimes crashing through the window, attacking Foggy, claiming him to be Daredevil)
Captain America Vol.1 #234
(Matt, Foggy & "Becky" sees Captain America on tv speaking for the National Front, Matt decides to investigate what has happenend to Captain America)
Daredevil Vol.2 #20 (Matt Murdock wins the case of Braxton vs. Rosen over Claude Unger after he convinces the jury that Lloyd Braxton was fired from Rosen Office Supply for gambling online on company time, and not because of racism. At the office, Angela Barbato tells Matt that the phone has been calling all day after people have heard the verdict in the case, wanting to hite the company. Foggy Nelson introduces Matt to the company's new investigator Elaine Kendricks. Later philanthropist Samuel Griggs comes to the office to hire the company for a lawsuit he wants to put against Daredevil)
Daredevil Vol.2 #21 (Matt calls Foggy to tell him that he has decided to take the case. They comes to visit Samuel Griggs at his house, hoping that he will try not to make a huge case out of the coming trial only to discover that Griggs has lots of reporters at his house)
Daredevil Vol.2 #22 (Foggy and Matt comes down on Elaine for using a criminal, but Elaine defends herself by saying that Jester is an ex-convict who has served his time, and that everybody deserves a second chance, the two guys admits that she is infact correct. Foggy tells Matt that he has persuaded Griggs not to make any public statements, but Elaine comes through the door telling them, that Griggs is on the tv making public statements at the moment. Foggy calls Grigg to to try to make him stop with public statements about the trial)
Daredevil Vol.2 #23 (Elaine comes to tell Foggy and Matt that she has found out that Griggs has a lover, and that cellphone bills indicate that he was at her's place the time of the alleged attack which destroyed Grigg' greenhouse, Foggy & Matt decides to go see the girlfriend)
Daredevil Vol.2 #24 (at the offices of Nelson & Murdock shown the tape of Daredevil threatening Samuel Griggs and Matador. Later alongside Elaine, Griggs and Matt having dinner, when Dr. Quaid calls Matt. Still later the trial begins, Foggy and Matt are on the one side while Kate Vinokur is on the other)
Daredevil Vol.2 #25 (in the court, Fogg Nelson is cross-examining Daredevil.  Later the same night Foggy and Matt is on a bar having a few drinks)

New Century Labs
Product: ?
Founder: ?
President: ?
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Solo Avengers #8 (Lt. Ishmael tells Hank Pym that there has been a series of robberies lately in town among others at New Century Labs)

New York Herald
Product: Newspaper (tabloid)
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Apperarance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #39
List Of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.2 #39 (May Parker cancels her subscription because of the bad publicity the newspaper gives Spider-Man)

New York Mammoths

Product: Professional Football team
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: James Albertson (coach), Wood, Smith, Neil, "Babyface" Bob Clayton, Ray Nesters (former quaterback)
First Appearance:
List Of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #253 (loses to SF Skyhawks 34-28)

New York Smashers
Product: Professional Football team
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Johnny Dare (running back), Bobby Steele (former starting quarterback)
First Appearance (mentioned): Thor Vol.1 #438
List Of Appearances:
Thor Vol.1 #438
Green Goblin #2 (Johnny Dare reveals that someone tried to buy him for an upcoming match)

New York Star
Product: Newspaper (tabloid)
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance (mentioned): Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #129
List Of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #129 (Jameson is mad that New York Star has a major story on the front page, which the Daily Bugle doesn't have)

Nightwing Restorations, Ltd.
Product: Private investigators
Founder: Colleen Wing and Misty Knight
President: Colleen Wing and Misty Knight
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance:
History: Nightwing Restorations Ltd. is a company founded by the two detectives Colleen Wing and Misty Knight (see: Knight, Misty; Wing, Colleen)
List Of Appearances:
Power Man And Iron Fist #66

Non-Parallel Publications Inc.
Product: Magazine publishers
Founder: Maxwell Kramer
President: Cynthia Kramer
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #241
List of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #241 (Cynthia Kramer gets Steve Rogers to do artwork for Tough Magazine.)

North Investigations
Product: Detective bureau
Founder:
President: Dakota North
Other Executives:
Other Employees: "Mad Dog", Yvon
First Appearance: Dakota North #1
History: Highly succesfull investigation company, with branches in four different places on Earth, New York City, London, Paris and Tokyo
List Of Appearances:
Dakota North #1 (North Security is hired to find out who is behind the stalking of Luke Jacobson)
Dakota North #3 (Dakota mets with Yvon, an employee in the french brand of North Investigations)

North Star Airways
Product: Airline
Founder: Philip Summers
President: Mister Sinister
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Joe, Madelyne Pryor (pilot), Sam Ross
First Appearance:
List Of Appearance:
X-Factor #13 (revealed that Philip Summers had sol his airline, and almost the entire staff has been replaced, among the replaced were Madelyne Pryor. Sam Ross died in an accident)
X-Factor #38 (Inferno; revealed to have been sold to Mr. Sinister)

Now Magazine
Product:
Tabloid, magazine
Founder: J. Jonah Jameson
President: J. Jonah Jameson
Other Executives: unnamed (editor)
Other Employees: Joy Mercado (reporter)
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #2
List Of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #2 (Jameson tells one of his editors to get pictures of Spider-mMan, and futhermore threatens the editor that if he can't get any pictures, Jameson have to find some ned editors)

Nova Express
Product: Deliverance service
Founder: Richard Rider
President: Richard Rider
Other Executives: None
Other Employees: None
First Appearance: Nova Vol.2 #1
List Of Appearances:
Nova Vol.2 #1 (on idea by younger brother Robert founded new deliverance company)
Nova Vol.2 #5

Oracle Inc.
Product: Oil
Founder: Namor
President: Namor
Other Executives: Caleb Alexander (VP), Carrie Alexander
Other Employees: Ms. O'Connor (secretary), Jim Hammond (chief of security), Allison (secretary)
First Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #1
List Of Appearances:
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #1 (took over Parallel Conglomerate)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #2 (at Oracle, Inc. Griffin attacks and succeeds in kidnapping Carrie Alexander. Desmond later tells his sister, that Oracle, Inc. is one of the success firms at the stock exchange at the moment, with the stocks rising 25 points in 10 days, after the take over of Parallel Conglomerate)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #3 (two employees seen in South America)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #4 (oil tanker sabotaged by FRONT)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #12 (in front of the Oracle Inc. building held a "memorial service" for Human Torch I)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #17 (Desmond tries to sell Oracle Inc. stocks in order to save his own company, tried stopped by Caleb Alexander. Hits him in the head with a glass statue)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #19 (Jackie finds Caleb on trhe floor after he was attacked by Desmond Marrs)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #21 (hostile take-over of Rand-Meachum Corporation)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #23 (take-over of Marrs Corps)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #26
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #28
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #29
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #30 (break-in by Phoebe Marrs)

Oriental Expediters, Ldt.
Product: A legitimate firm for importing and exporting of far eastern art objects, and a front for criminal activities of the Golden Daggers Sect
Founder: Fah Lo Suee
President: Fah Lo Suee
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Sholnik, Shockwave, Agent-D (Ducharme), Dr. James Petrie (mind controlled), Kimba, Bolo, Chankar, Tarrant, lots of unnamed men
First Appearance: Master of Kung-Fu #40
List of Appearances:
Master of Kung-Fu #40 (4 assassins are sent to kill Larner. Throws a hand grenade at his apartment, almost killing Larner, Shang-Chi, Black Jack Tarr and Clive Reston. All of them survived and they manage to defeat the assassins, three of them dies in the fight, one shot by Black Jack, one by Larner and the last one dies when he fights Shang-Chi and drops from great height. On one of the assassins, Black Jack finds a card with the words “Oriental Expediters, Ldt. 14 Wardour St., Soho, London W2".)
Master of Kung-Fu #41 (mentioned only)
Master of Kung-Fu #42 (Sir Denis Nayland Smith asks Shang-Chi if he is willing to accompany Black Jack Tarr in investigating the “Oriental Expediters” clue. Shang-Chi agrees to go with Black Jack. Before Shang-Chi leaves, Clive Reston tells him to go into Reston’s office, Larner wants to tell him something about the Oriental Expediters. Larner tells him about Shockwave, and tells Shang-Chi that Shockwave had offered Larner a place in  his organization, the front was a legitimate firm for importing and exporting of far eastern art objects, named “Oriental Expediters Limited”. After the conversation Shang-Chi joins Black Jack and goes to the address from the card. There they finds 4 men with the same hoods as the ones who attacks them at Larner’s apartment. The two fo them manage to defeat the four men. After having defeated the four men, Shang-Chi comes to an office through ab air-shaft, seeing two men talking, one of them wants to join the organization, one of them is revealed as Sholnik. After Shang-Chi drops in on them, Sholnik calls Shockwave. Shockwave arrives and begins to fight Shang-Chi, just before Shockwave manage to give Shang-Chi the final blow, Black Jack arrives and stops him, they escapes)
Master of Kung-Fu #43 (Leiko Wu is revealed as being in Switzerland helping Agent D, MI-6's double agent within the Oriental Expediters escape. A mole inside the MI-6 organization has revealed Agent D as a mole inside the Oriental Expediters. Leiko Wu manage to shot 7 Oriental Expediters agents. Meanwhile an Oriental Expediter assassin, manage to get a clear shot at Sir Herbert Griswold at his mansion, while a few other assassins tries to shot Shang.-Chi. Leiko Wu and Agent D are revealed to have been captured by Shockwave. A rematch between Shang-Chi and Shockwave begins, which ends differently this time than the last time. Shang-Chi manage to defeat his opponent . Agent D is revealed to be Fu Manchu’s loyal servant Ducharme.)
Master of Kung-Fu #44 (The wounded Shockwave is send to a hospital in London. Agent D, a.k.a. Ducharme tells Shang-Chi about her past with Fu Manchu, and why she has betrayed Fu Manchu to Sir Denis Nayland Smith. Later some assassins tries to kill Leiko Wu, Clive Reston and Shang-Chi while they are on their way to Lausanne. They manage to capture Leiko Wu, but Shang-Chi and Clive Reston manage to get to Lausanne, to the home of the villain known only as Tarrant, there they are met by a few assassin, whom they defeat, then the true mastermind behind the operation is revealed as Fah Lo Suee enters the room where Clive Reston and Shang-Chi has defeated the assassins. Meanwhile at a hospital in London, where Sir Denis and Dr. Petrie has arrived to visit Shockwave. Shockwave reveals that Dr. Petrie is in fact he mole. Dr. Petrie shots Sir Denis, and places the gun in Shockwaves hands.)
Master of Kung-Fu #45 (At Tarrant’s home, Fah Lo Suee orders her two bodyguards Kimba and Bolo to kill Clive Reston and Shang-Chi. But they manage to defeat them. Meanwhile the Expediters are holding Leiko captive in a van. At Tarrant’s home, Tarrant arrives, tries to convince Fah Lo Suee that they needs to get rid of Shang-Chi and Clive Reston, Fah Lo Suee orders him to shut up, she is the one in charge not him. Back in the van, Leiko manage to free herself and defeats her captured, she rushes to Tarrant’s home, where she manage to shot some of the Expediters thereby freeing Shang-Chi and Reston. Before they can escape, Creston manage to unmask Tarrant, who is revealed as Sir Herbert Griswold. Reston is knocked down by an Expediter assassin.)
Master of Kung-Fu #46 (Griswold tries to convince Fah Lo Suee that she needs to kill Reston. She refuses, but Reston manage to escape. Later in the mountains, Fah Lo Suee and her Expediters are on their way to Fu Manchu’s fortress. Reston watches them from afar, but is suddenly knocked down by Chankar and brought to Fah Lo Suee, Leiko and Shang-Chi meanwhile tries to get to a helicopter but is shot at by the Expediters. Fah Lo Suee then sends Chankar to get Leiko. Shang-Chi rushes to her aid, and begins to fight him. He manage to defeat him, and kicks him off the mountain. Leiko and Shang-Chi manage to escape.)
Master of Kung-Fu #47 (Dressed as Expediters assassins, Leiko and Shang-Chi manage to get onboard Fah Lo Suee’s plane. But when the plane lands, their cover is blown, they manage to escape the assassins even taking a few of them out with a hand grenade. After the Expediters finds a crashed plane with Larner and Reston inside they are attacked by Fu Manchu’s men, and defeated the ones not already killed are offered a place in Fu Manchu’s organization, if they refuses, they will be killed. This is seemingly the end of the Oriental Expediters. Fah Lo Suee is now on her own.)
Master of Kung-Fu #51 (After the funeral of Larner, Shang-Chi and his friends meets at Sir Denis’ office. Suddenly three Expediters attacks the office. All three of them are killed in the fight, but they manage to wound Miss Greville. Leiko questions their motives, was it vengeance or was they not aware that Fah Lo Suee had already surrendered)

Osborn Chemical Corporation
Product: Chemicals
Founder:
President: Norman Osborn (former) Harry Osborn, Liz Allen Osborn
Other Executives:
Other Employees:
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Spectacular Spoider-Man #146

Osborn Industries INC.
Product: Holding company of Osborn firms
Founder:
President: Norman Osborn (former) Harry Osborn, Liz Allen Osborn
Other Executives:
Other Employees: Eugene "Flash" Thompson, Mark Raxton, Martha (secretary), Cheryl (advisor)
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Peter Parker: Spider-Man Vol.2 #47

Osborn Manufacturing
Product: Manufacturing firm
Founder:
President: Norman Osborn (former) Harry Osborn, Liz Allen Osborn
Other Executives:
Other Employees: Menken, Ted (guard)
First Appearance:
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #238 (at a Osborn warehouse, Georgie a small-time criminal, stmbles upon the headquaters of the Green Goblin)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #239 (break-ins continues at Osborn warehouses. Menken talks with the police, expressing his concerns about the break-ins, Harry and Liz arrives at the warehouse)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #244 (the break-ins at Osborn warehouses continues)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #260 (Harry returns to his office, he have a short conversation with Menken, and is suddenly attacked by Hobgoblin)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #261 (at the Osborn Manufacturing, Harry Osborn manages to find his father's last journals, and leaves to meet with Hobgoblin in Cental Park)

Page After Page
Product: Comic books
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #365
List of Appearances:
Incredible Hulk Vol.2 #365 (store crashed into by a car during Hulk's battle with Ms. Marvel II)

Parallel Conglomerate
Product: Unrevealed
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #1
History: When Namor founded his Oracle Inc., one of the first acts of the new company was to purchase Parallel Conglomerate (see: Namor; Appendix, M.U Companies, Oracle, Inc.)
List Of Appearances:
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #1 (mentioned to have been taken over by a father and a daughter, believed to be a front for a mysterious man by the Marrs)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #2 (mentioned as a key in Oracle, Inc.'s recent success in the stock exchange)

Parliamech
Product: Computer programs
Founder: Joshua Hoard
President: Joshua Hoard
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Dawn Ridgeway
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.3 #33
History: Parliamech is a Internet Service Provider, which was founded by Joasua Hoard, later it was taken over by an artificial being build out of a program made by Joshua Hoard (see: Cache; Hoard, Joshua)
List Of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.3 #33 (Captain America and Falcon stops two persons from breaking into Parliamech. Truns out to be the founder Joshua Hoard and former employee Dawn Ridgeway, who claims Parliamech is trying to kill them. Captain America and Falcon decides to investigate, and goes inside Parliamech, where they are knocked-out)
Captain America Vol.3 #34 (the new head of Parliamech revealed, as an artificial being made out of a program by Joshua Hoard)

Patsy-Hedy Entertainment
Product: Entertainment Park
Founder: Hedy Wolfe
President: Hedy Wolfe
Other Executives: Russell Daboia (ex-resort management)
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Avengers Annual '00
History: After the presumed death of "Patsy" Walker, her old friend Hedy Wolfe became head of "Patsy"'s estate (see: Walker, "Patsy"; Wolfe, Hedy). She made Centerville into an Entertainment Park with herself as president.
List Of Appearances:
Avengers Annual '00 (Revealed her new Entertainment Park on TV for her old friend "Patsy" Walker, one of the executives Russell Daboia revealed to be Supreme Serpent)
Hellcat #1 (Afraid of losing her company talked with "Patsy")

Payne's
Product: radio-store
Founder: Michael Payne
President: Michael Payne
Other Executives: None
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #14
List Of Appearances:
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #14 (Michael's radio-store, which went out of business due to Desmond Marrs' work)
Final Appearance: Namor, The Sub-Mariner #14

Peerless Paste Company
Product: Adhesives
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #18
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #18 (visited by Spider-Man, who offered to make his webbing available to them for sale; rejected his offer because his webbing's effects were only temporary)

Playland
Product: Dance club
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
Firt Appearance: New Warriors Vol.2 #8
History: Playland is a Manhattan based dance club
List of Appearances:
New Warriors Vol.2 #8 (Firestar, Turbo, Nita and Donna are enjoying at night in the town at the Manhattan dance club Playland)

Powerpac Inc.
Product: Pro-super hero political action
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Anne Marie Hoag (executive director)
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Damage Control II #4
List of Appearances:
Damage Control II #4 (joined by Anne Marie Hoag)
Iron Man Annual 11 (sent letter to Tony Stark asking for his support; received it)

Praxdorf
Product:
Founder:
President: Arnold Hansen
Other Executives: Roky Vance
Other Employees:
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #8
History:
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #8 (is mentioned on the radio, when it is announced that the stocks of Praxdorf is raising because of the rumours that Tokegura, Ldt. wants to buy the company. Later at Praxdorf's headquaters at Manhattan, the true plan about the alleged takeover is revealed when Arnold and Takegura talk about the plan to mislead the public, by spreading the rumour that Tokegura, Ldt. wantes to buy Praxdorf, when it really is Itel Intl they wants)

Project: Pegasus [Potential Energy Group/Alternate Sources/United States]
Product: energy research center
Founder: US government
President: Andrew Kappelhof/Corruptor (administrative director), Dr. Myron Wilburn (administrative director)

Other Executives: Dr. Margaret Mayfair (director of marketing), Dr. Anson Harkov (director of research), Dr. Henri Sorel (head of Compound)
Other Employees: Dr. Jeannine O'Connell (psychotherapist), Sidney Keith, Jessica Knowles, Jerome N'Tuba, LeAnn Margolis, Davis Kent, Faith Barrows, Seamus McAnn, Blue Shield (head of security), Jenkins (security), Dr. Rivira
Former Employees: Michael O'Brien/Guardsman (head of security), Wendell Vaughn/Quasar (head of security)
First Appearance: Marvel Two-In-One #42
History:
List of Appearances:
Marvel Two-In-One #42
Marvel Two-In-One #53
Marvel Two-In-One #55
Marvel Two-In-One #57
Marvel Two-In-One #58
Marvel Two-In-One Annual 5
Avengers Vol.1 #236
Marvel Super-Heroes Vol.3 #3
Avengers Vol.3 #5
Avengers Vol.3 #6 (current head of Project: Pegasus is revealed to be the Corruptor. Captured by Avengers and Squadron Supreme)
Avengers/Squadron Supreme Annual 1998 (mentioned)

Pym Experimental Peniteniary Number One/The Big House
Product: Prison for Super-Vilains
Founder:
President:
Other Executives: Warden Dawber
Other Employees: Rosie (cook), Jake (Security Guard), Casey (Security Guard)
History:
First Appearance: She-Hulk Vol.3 #5
List of Appearances:
She-Hulk Vol.3 #5

Quentin Carnival
Product: Circus performances
Founder: Caleb Quentin
President: Ralph Quentin (ex-president), Caleb Quentin (ex-president)
Other Executives:
Other Employees: Magdalena Quentin, Johnny Blaze/Ghost Rider, Red Fowler, Madam Olga, "Corky" Frankin, Vincenzio, Clara Menninger, Kody, Wolf, Eli, Quinn McIntyre, Princess Python, Madame Yang Fei Kwei, Lobster Lad II, Roach II, Buster
First Appearance: Ghost Rider Vol.2 #63
List of Appearances:
Ghost Rider Vol.2 #63-66
Ghost Rider Vol.2 #69-80
Ghost Rider Vol.3 #78-79 (flashback)
Blaze Vol.2 #1-12

Quentin Co
Product:
Founder: Quentin Harderman
President: Quentin Harderman
Other Executives:
Other Employees:
First Appearance : Captain America Vol.1 #171
Captain America Vol.1 #171 (mentioned only; outside Quentin Co, at 1701 Penn Street, Captain America puts two and two together, Quentin as in Quentin Harderman. Suddenly Falcon arrives as well, and the two of them begins to talk about the recent events. Suddenly Moonstone appears and he manages to defeat both the heroes)
Captain America Vol.1 #172 (just before Moonstone kills of Falcon and Captain America, Harderman comes and stops him. He tells him that the plan is to ruin their reputation not making them martyrs. He orders him to call the media, and go ahead with the plan)

Rave Architectural and Interior Design Unlimited
Product: Architecture plans
Founder: Barbara Rave
President: Barbara Rave
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Eric Masterson, Marty Dennis, Jackie Lukas, Chandra O'Keefe
First Appearance: Thunderstrike #5
List of Appearances:
Thunderstrike #5 (hired Eric Masterson)
Thunderstrike #9 (Eric invites Dennis and O'Keefe to housewarming party)
Thunderstrike #10 (discuss Thor Imposter while working)
Thunderstrike #11(discuss Kevin Masterson being shot)

Redfield Electronics
Product: Electrical system innovations
Founder: Mr. Redfield
President: Jim Redfield
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Paul Conklin, Sr. (ex-employee)
First Appearance: Thunderstrike #14
List of Appearances:
Thunderstrike #14 (revealed to have obtained the Thermal Man as part of a special project for the Pentagon)
Thunderstrike #15 (Thermal Man activated, purposefully sabotaged by Jim Redfield to run amock; much of Redfield Electronics destroyed)

Reiss Armorers
Product: Weapon supplies
Founder: Reiss
President: Reiss (ex-president)
Other Executives: None
Other Employees: None
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #129
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #129 (revealed as the Punisher's weapon supplier; Reiss killed by Jackal I)

Rhodes Recovery
Product: Marine salvage
Founder: James Rhodes
President: James Rhodes
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Iron Man Vol.3 #1
List of Appearances:
Iron Man Vol.3 #1 (revealed to have been founded by James Rhodes; business card presented to Tony Stark)

Rosen Office Supply
Product: Office Supply
Founder:
President: Benjamin Rosen
Other Executives:
Other Employees: Lloyd Braxton (fired from the company)
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.2 #20
History: Ex-employer Lloyd Braxon takes company boss Benjamin Rosen to court for alleged racism, hires attorney Claude Unger, but loses the case when Rosen's attorney Matt Murdock discovers that Braxton was used company time for online gambling (see: Braxton, Lloyd; Daredevil; Rosen, Benjamin; Unger, Claude)
List of Appearance:
Daredevil Vol.2 #20 (Matt Murdock wins the case for Benjamin Rosen for the lawsuit put against him by former employer Lloyd Braxton)

Rosetti Brothers
Product: Waste control
Founder: Mr. Rosetti
President: Mr. Rosetti
Other Executives:
Other Employees:
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #6
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #6 (at the warehouse where Frank Castle is staying, a garbage truck is parket there. Punisher goes out to look at the car, discovering the bodies of atleast 3 members of the Rosetti brothers. Later in South Jersey, The Rosetti makes a retal against the Mecozzi family, attacking their compound at the same time Punisher is attacking them. When Manny Herrera of UNISYM yells at Yasir, telling him that the man (Punisher) who just attacked them must have followed him, Yasir tells him that's impossible, and that it's his own fault for starting the vendetta against the Rosetti brothers. Suddenly the Rosetti Brothers attacks the compound in Patterson)
Punisher Vol.2 #7 (after Punisher has blown a hole in the wall of the compound in South Jersey, the Rosetti brothers continues their attack against the Mecozzi family. Later Castle and Microchip listens to the radio, there is mentioning of a major underworld struggle under way for the control of the New Jersey waste management business. It isn't mentioned on the radio whom the struggling parts are, but Castle and Microchip knows that it's the Mecozzis and the Rosetti's)

Roxxon Oil Company
Product: Oil company
Founder: ?
President: John T. Gamelin, Hugh Jones (ex-president)
Other Executives: Augest D'Angelo (Chairman), Albert DeVoor (Nth commande director), James Melvin (ex-president of Brand), Riki, Ms. Simpkins
Other Employees: Jonah Hale (Operations chief), Buzz Baxter (ex-security head at Brand), Abner Doolitle (Chief Nth Commander researcher), Arthur Dearborn (scientist), Hank McCoy (ex-scientist), Jason Jaxxon (ex-employee), Delphine Courtney (ex-employee), Paul Hazlett/Raptor, Dr. Gerald Roth
Former Employees: Barbara "Babs" Bendix (secretary)
Special Agents: Deathlok I, Tarantula I, the Griffin, Will O'The Wisp, Mad-Dog, Letha, Titania I, Screaming Mimi, Poundcakes, Thundra, Killer Shrike, the Manticore, Orka, Anaconda, Black Mamba II, Sidewinder, Death-Adder, the Squadron Supreme, Sunturion, Stratosfire, Omega Flight I and Windshear.
First Appearance: Captain America Vol.1 #180
History: The worlds largest conglomerate, which continually covertly uses unethical and illegal means to increase its profits. The central division of  the Roxxon conglomerate is Roxxon Oil; subsidiaries include Metrobank and the Brand Corporation, a scientific research and development firm which has conducted many projects for the federal government (see Appendix, M.U Companies; Brand Corporation; Metrobank). From time to time Roxxon Oil has used superhuman power in their activities, among their members have been Serpent Squad III, Orka, Grapplers, Omega Flight I, Tarantula I etc. (see: Grapplers; Omega Flight I; Orka; Serpent Squad III; Tarantula I)
List Of Appearances:
Captain America Vol.1 #180 (company president Hugh Jones is kidnapped by Serpent Squad II)
Amazing Adventures #13 (first appearance of Brand Corporation; Buzz Baxter revealed as security chief of Brand Corporation)
Marvel Team-Up Vol.1 #97 (John T. Gamelin appears)
Iron Man Vol.1 #143 (Arthur Dearborn undergoes mutagenic treatment and becomes Sunturion)
Marvel Two-In-One #53 (first mentioning of Nth Command)
Marvel Two-In-One #64-66
Marvel Two-In-One #67 (first appearance of Metrobank and Nth Command Headquaters)
Howard the Duck Annual 1 (Tries to make deal with Prince Hassim that would allow Roxxon access to Bagmom's oil.)
Alpha Flight Vol 1 #11, 12
Captain America Vol.1 #251-252 (Roxxon tanker hijacked by Mr. Hyde and Batroc; threatened by them to be used as a weapon against New York, Captain America sent by Pierce Benedict, director of sea-going operations, to stop them)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #230 (Roxxon truck hijacked by Spider-Man to use as a weapon against the Juggernaut)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #233 (Tarantula I is hired by Brand Corporation to silence a informer)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #234 (James Melvin president of Brand Corporation is revealed)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #236 (Tarantula I jumps off a building commititng suiside, Brand Corporation is shut down)
Iron Man Annual 9 (Stratosfire becomes a special agent for the company, Barbara Bendix worried that Stratosfire is being manipulated by the company contacts Tony Stark, a Roxxon Oil agent overhears the conversation, and Barbara is murdered and her body is dumped in a river. Learning that her best friend has been murdered Stratosfire turns against the company, power shut down by Sunturion, destroying her)
Namor, The Sub-Mariner #3 (during a board meeting attacked by Namor and Griffin, blaimed for being behind the Griffin's attack on Namor, claims no knowledge of the incident)
Marvel Super-Heroes Vol.3 #1 (Employee Paul Hazlett becomes Raptor, defeated by Moon Knight)
X-Factor Vol.1 #71 (bomb scare at Roxxon building in Washington; bomb disarmed by Quicksilver)
Marvel Comics Presents #107 (clashed with Melissa Sparrow Bear when Roxxon Oil attempted to run pipes through their reservation; marks her for death by Roxxon-hired assassins, but she is saved by Red Wolf III)
Sensationel Spider-Man #13
Sensationel Spider-Man #14
Sensationel Spider-Man #15
Thunderbolts #34

Thunderbolts #35
Thunderbolts #36
Thunderbolts #37
Thunderbolts #38

Royal Pub
Product: Restaurant
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #245
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #245 (Peter Parker, MJ, Betty and Ned Leeds are having dinner)

Ryan Research Inc.
Product: Bio-chemical research
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Carl Maddicks (scientist), Mr. Vallencourt (head of security), Mathews (security guard), Mitch (security guard)
First Appearance: X-Factor #2
List Of Appearances:
X-Factor #2
X-Factor #3 (Carl Maddicks killed in gunfight with guards)

Rycom Corporation
Product:
Founder:
President:
Other Executives: Cleo Vanderclip (VP)
Other Employees: Luke Jacobson (designer), Anna (assistant to Luke), David (security guard)
First Appearance: Dakota North #1
History:
List Of Appearances:
Dakota North #1
Dakota North #2
Dakota North #4
Dakota North #5

S-M Studios/Imperial Studios
Product: Motion pictures
Founder: Namor
President: Namor
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Bob Mackey, Sid, Mr. Tyde, Invisible Woman
First Appearance (as S-M Studios): Fantastic Four Vol.1 #9
First Appearance (as Imperial Studios): Fantastic Four Vol.1 #193
List of Appearances:
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #9 (invited the Fantastic Four to Hollywood with film offer from Sub-Mariner; put in traps by Namor; film released worldwide)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #193-194 (Invisible Girl invited to Hollywood studios following disbansion of Fantastic Four)
Fantastic Four Vol.1 #195 (Imperial Studios revealed to be re-name S-M Studios; Invisible Girl departs)

Saigon Diamond Exchange
Product: Diamond exchange
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Avengers Vol.1 #130
List of Appearances:
Avengers Vol.1 #130 (robbed by Slasher II)

Salon Steele
Product: Health spas
Founder: Marcy Steele
President: Marcy Steele
Other Executives: None
Other Employees: Hercules, Pandara
First Appearance: Thunderstrike #1
List of Appearances:
Thunderstrike #1 (grand opening)
Thunderstrike #4-5 (clients killed by Pandara; spa visited by Mary Jane Watson-Parker; Mary Jane saved from Pandara by Spider-Man and Thunderstrike)
Thunderstrike #19 (Jackie Lukas tracked to Salon Steele by Gary Paretsky; Lukas confronted by Stellaris; Hercules made club's new spokesman)

San Francisco Skyhawks
Product: Professional Football team
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Hammer, Hodman
First Appearance:
List Of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #253 (beats NY Mammoths 32-28)

Santellios
Product: Candy store
Founder: Santellio
President: Santellio
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: various unnamed
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #259
History: Santellios is a candy store which also works as a front for an illegal gambling operation
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #259 (Hobgoblin pays Santellio a visit, Santellio is running an illegal gambling operation, and Hobgoblin wants in on the profits).
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #260 (in order to learn more about Hobgoblin, Spider-Man comes to the backroom of Santellios to pay Santellio a visit)

"Scurvy Jake's" Tavern
Product: Bar
Founder: Unrevealed
President: DeNatale
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unnamed bartender
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #262
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #262 ("DJ" Jones comes to "Scruvy Jake"'s Tavern to try to sell the fact that he has learned Spider-Man's true identity for a million dollars, thrown out by DeNatale's men. DeNatale's men walks to DeNatale's officer in the back room of the bar, and tells him that they have thrown a man out claiming to know Spider-Man's true identity, DeNatale orders his men to fins that man again)

Seyfert Salvage
Product: Junk company
Founder: Pete Salvage
President: Pete Salvage
Other Executives: None
Other Employees: None
First Appearance: Sentinel #1
List of Appearances:
Sentinel #1 (revealed as company of Pete Seyfert, placed at the Seyfert home)

Silver Sable International
Current Group Leader: Silver Sable
Former Group Leaders:
Current Members: "Watch-Dog", various unnamed
Former Members:
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #265
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #265 (when Black Fox escapes André Boullion's apartment, Silver Sable International takes over, watching him, and sending some of their men after him. Spider-Man misunderstands what's happening and begins to attack the men, letting Black Fox go. Lt. Keating arrives yelling at Spider-Man for letting Black Fox escape, and telling him that the men in the costumes are representatives of the Symkarian government)

Skyways Express
Product: Airline
Founder: ?
President: Thomas Grossman
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Thunderstrike #12
History: ?
List of Appearances:
Thunderstrike #12 (business blamed for killing Whyteout's family, retaliation prevented by Thunderstrike)

Songbird Travel
Product: Travel agency
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Ms. King
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #240
History:
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #240 (Adrian Toomes calls Songbird Travel to order a flight-ticket to New York)

Sonic Television
Product: Music television station
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: X-Force #116
List of Appearances:
X-Force #116 (When the boy band Boyz 'R Us is held hostage in the studio, X-Force III arrives to fight the hostages.)

Spotlight
Product: Costuming and tailoring
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Thor Vol.1 #433
List of Appearances:
Thor Vol.1 #433 (created Thor II's new costume)
Thunderstrike #1 (designed Thunderstrike's costume)

Stane International
See: Stark Industries

Stark Enterprises
Product: Technology used in electronic components
Founder: Tony Stark
President: (former) Tony Stark, James Rhodes
Other Employees: Felix Ricardo Alvarez (VP & Chief Operating officer)
Other Employees: Frank (engineer), Elizabeth Bondi (engineer)
Former Employees: Bambina Teresa Bliss Arbogast (executive assistant), Marcy Pearson (director of PR), Rich Gannon (engineer), Pepper Potts (secretary)
First Appearance:
History: After Tony Stark lost his company Stark International to Obadiah Stane, Tony was working for some small companies but when Obadiah Stane died and Tony got control of his money once again, he founded a new company Stark Enterprises, which he controlled until the time where he was believed dead (see: Iron Man I, Stane, Obadiah, Stark Industries). The company was then headed by Tony's long-time friend James Rhodes (see: Rhodes, James). A young Tony Stark later appeared taking control of the company, but when Iron Man was seemingly killed by Onslaught, the company was inherited by Tony's closest living relative his cousin Morgan Stark (see: Stark, Morgan). Morgan decided to sell the company to Fujikawa, changing the name of the company to Stark-Fujikawa, Morgan was still to be president of the company. When Tony came back from the "dead", he could've had his company back, but decided not to go to court and founded his own new company Stark Solutions (see: Stark Solutions).
List of Appearances:
Iron Man Vol.1 #217 (Justin Hammer sent Adap-Tor to attack Stark Enterprises)
Damage Control #3 (Frank is digging a tunnel planned by Henry Ackerdson, which was mapped wrong and floods.)
Damage Control II #1 (tells Mrs. Hoag that Stark Enterprises has sold their share of Damage Control to Carlton Co.)
Quasar (flashback to time when Wendell Vaughn became Marvel Man)
Avengers Spotlight #27 (Justin Hammer sent Boomerang to raid Stark Enterprises security office)
Marvel Comics Presents #43 (started joint-venture with Donovan Robotics, Tony Stark learns that Donovan only wants to steal information from Stark Enterprises, Iron Man defeats Donovan who is send to jail)
Iron Man Vol.1 #281-283 (Justin Hammer tricked the Masters of Silence into attacking Stark Enterprises)
Iron Man Vol.3 #1 (Tony Stark holds a big celebration upon returning to "the land of the living", thought long and hard whether or not to try to get his old company back from Fujikawa, fought and defeated the all-new Death-Squad, decided to formed new company, Stark Solutions, Sunset Bain tries to hire company fails)

Stark-Fujikawa
See: Stark Industries

Stark Industries/Stark International/Stane International/Stark-Fujikawa
Product: Technology used in electronic components
Founder: Howard Stark
President: (former) Howard Stark, Tony Stark, Obadiah Stane
Other Executives: Yvette Avril (VP)
Other Employees: Cronin, Mudge, Madeline Reznek (scientist), Arons, Tessa Springfield (assitant to Tony Stark), Molly St. Jude (projects manager)
Former Employees: Bambina Teresa Bliss Arbogast (executive assistant), Burstyn (fired), Fawlkes (deceased), Gregor Shapanka/Blizzard I (scientist, fired), Kevin O'Brien (head of research, deceased), Mark Scarlotti/Blacklash (head of research Cincinnati branch, fired), Stanley Zane (scientist, fired), Chen Lu/Radioactrive Man (physicist)
First Appearance (as Stark Industries): Tales of Suspense #40
First Appearance (as Stark International): Iron Man Vol.1 #73
First Appearance (as Stane International): Iron Man Vol.1 #174
History: Stark Industries was founded by industrialist Howard Stark and became one of the U.S government's chief contractors for electronic parts used in missiles and advanced weaponry (see: Stark, Howard). When Howard died the company his son Tony inherited the company, and within a few years, Tony had transformed the company from the multi-million dollar business into a multi-billion dollar one (see: Iron Man I). Up until this time the company had been more or less working exclussive with SHIELD (see: SHIELD I). At some point when the business grew opening plants all across the United States and Europe, Tony decided to re-name the company Stark International. By this time the company had numerous contracts besides SHIELD and had diversified the scope of the company's activities far beyond the weapons and aviation technologies the company was founded upon. Reputedly due to a crises in conscience, Tony terminated Stark International's exclussive contract with SHIELD, and over the cource of a yeartotally phased out weapons manufacturing. The executive directors of SHIELD turned to other companies for their weapons needs, but becoming increasingly disenchanted with the quality of the work, SHIELD tried to buy a controlling interest in the public stocks of Stark International. By doing to they intended to force Stark International back into weapons manufacturing. However Tony Stark thwartd the attempt by buying the public stocks back and making Stark International a provate organization.
Not long afterwards, European business entrepreneur Obadiah Stane became interested in aquiring Stark International (see: Stane, Obadiah). Through a series of complex and disreputable business maneuvres, everything from industrial sabotage to psychological warfare against Tony Stark, he succeeded in assuming the presency and chairmanship over Stark International, Tony refusing to work under Stane quit the company, and Stane changed the name to Stane International. Still trying to break Toy Stark, Obadiah learned that Tony was actually the superhero Iron Man. Obadiah decided to make an armor for himself, calling himself Iron Monger he fought Iron Man, Iron Man defeated his enemy, but before he could take him in, Obadiah committed suiside by blow off his head.
List Of Appearances:
Tales of Suspense #40
Iron Man Vol.1 #7-8 (Gladiator I and Whitny Frost raids of Stark Industries, fought Iron Man)
Captain America Vol.1 #127 (Tony Stark constructs Android X-4 to test Captain America. Robot sabotaged by Dr. Ryder; shut down by Sharon Carter)
Iron Man Vol.1 #33-35 (Spymaster and his Espionage Elite tried to steal industrial secrets from Stark Industries)
Daredevil Vol.1 #73 (Spymaster and his Espionage Elite tried to steal industrial secrets from Stark Industries)
Iron Man Vol.1 #36 (Spymaster and his Espionage Elite tried to steal industrial secrets from Stark Industries)
Avengers Vol.1 #77 (Van Lunt (aka Taurus) tried hostile take-over of Stark Industries)
Iron Man Vol.1 #73 (name changed to Stark International)
Iron Man Vol.1 #103-107 (Midas took control of Stark International, learned Iron Man's secret id, reduced to mindless husk)
Iron Man Vol.1 #118 (Bethany Cabe comes to see Tony Stark)
Team America #9 (Tony Stark finds out that Mr. Mudge has hired Team America on the Stark International Racing Team just so he could get the Marauder’s bike. When Marauder breaks in to steal his bike back, he lets him have it. Pays Team America for the work that they did before they were fired.)
Iron Man Vol.1 #160 (Serpent Squad III (except Sidewinder) sent to sabotage a Stark International animal-feeder, but Iron Man stops them)
Iron Man Vol.1 #173 (taken over by Obadiah Stane, name changed to Stane International)
Iron Man Vol.1 #200 (Obadiah Stane commits suiside)
Iron Man Vol.1 #234 (Chen Lu is employed by Stane International as physicist, battled Spider-Man and Iron Man I)
Captain America Vol.1 #303 (Arons held Dr. Myron MacLain hostage to re-create the metal that had made Captain America's shield; received Captain America's shield from Batroc's Brigade)
Captain America Vol.1 #304 (Arons donned armor built by MacLain supposedly from same metal as Captain America's shield; armor wrecked by Captain America)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #359 (Cardiac attacked a subsidiary of Stane International that manufactured dangerous electronic dolls for children)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #360 (Cardiac invaded Stane International to destroy designs for a sonic missile that produced the effects of nerve gas)
Amazing Spider-Man Annual 26/Spectacular Spider-Man Annual 12/Web of Spider-Man Annual 8/New Warriors Annual 2 (with Life Foundation, Roxxon Oil, Hammer Industries, and the Brand Corporation, abducted superhuman heroes to analyze their abilities)
Marvel Comics Presents #51 (Peregrine is caught in the middle between iranians, americans and Stane International)
Marvel Comics Presents #58 (flashback, employee Burstyn killed other employee Fawlkes, in armor fought Iron Man, defeated send to jail)
Darkhawk Annual 2 (Jimmy Zafar stole rebuilt Savage Steel armor from renegade Stane technicans)
Iron Man Vol.1 #281-283 (Justin Hammer forced to sell stock in Stane International to Tony Stark)
Marvel Super-Heroes Vol.3 #14(when Luddites attempted to shut down Stark International as part of their campaign against machines; defeated by Iron Man)
Marvel: The Lost Generation #4 (in 1963, Chimera I and Howler, planned theft at Stark Industries, fought First Line, stabbed by Effigy, learnt he was Velmax, died)

Stark International
See: Stark Industries

Stark Solutions
Product: Business concultant
Founder: Tony Stark
President: Tony Stark
Other Executives:
Other Employees: Anna Wei (technician)
Former Employees: Pepper Potts (secretary)
First Appearance: Iron Man Vol.3 #1
History:
List of Appearances:
Iron Man Vol.3 #1 (Big celebration upon returning to "the land of the living", thought long and hard whether or not to try to get his old company back from Fujikawa, fought and defeated the all-new Death-Squad, decided to formed new company, Stark Solutions)
Iron Man Annual 2001 (Anna Wei is brought from Sarawak to USA, and got an employment at Stark Solutions, and a new identity)

Summerville Department Stores
Product: Department store chain
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Mr. Summerville
Other Executives:
Other Employees:
First Appearance (mentioned): Punisher Vol.2 #49
History: The Summerville Department Stores is a chain of stores owned by the Summerville family (see: Summerville, Mr.)
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #49 (the wife of the president of Summerville Department Store, Carla Summerville is kidnapped by Hennings and his men. Demanding 2 million dollars is randsom from Mr. Summerville. Punisher helps her escape)

Sweetwater Chemical Company
Product: Chemical plant
Founder: Unrevealed, possibly, Herbert Gutman
President: Herbert Gutman
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Team America #6
List of Appearances:
Team America #6(While trying to find a way to dispose of oil, Gutman develops a slime that can dissolve oil, and most anything else. He tries to sell the slime to a group of terrorists so they can use is as a weapon, but is stopped by R. U. Reddy, the Marauder and Evelyn Barde. Gutman is devoured by the slime and the slime is set on fire by Reddy, the company’s building burns down.)
Final Appearance: Team America #6

Tinkerer Repair Shop
Product: Device repair
Founder: Tinkerer
President: Tinkerer
Other Executives: None
Other Employees: None
First Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #2
List of Appearances:
Amazing Spider-Man Vol.1 #2 (placed spying devices in homes of scientists, plot uncovered by Spider-Man)

Tokegura, Ldt.
Product: Investment company
Founder:
President: Mr. Takegura
Other Executives:
Other Employees: Sijo, Kiyami
First Appearance (mentioned): Punisher Vol.2 #8
History:
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #8 (Takegura comes to USA, to make business with the Billionaire Boys' Club. On the radio there is a rumour that Tokegura, Ldt. wants to take over Praxdorf. Later at Praxdorf's headquaters in Manhattan, the real plan is revealed when Takegura and Arnold Hansen talks about the plan, that they are spreading rumours to divert the attantion from the true plan to take over Itel Intl)

Tomahawk Motor Lodge
Product: Motel
Founder:
President: Joe Simsky
Other Executives:
Other Employees: Ruby
First Appearance: X-Factor #5
History:
List Of Appearances:
X-Factor #5 (place in San Diego where Michael Nowlan hides out, found by X-Factor and Alliance of Evil)
X-Factor #6 (at the motel, X-Factor escapes the police)

Tomorrow Fund
Product: Fundraising
Founder:
President:
Other Executives: Marion Vicar (former Executive Director)
Other Employees:
First Appearance: Black Panther Vol.3 #1
History:
List of Appearances:
Black Panther Vol.3 #1 (mentioned, the little girl whom T'Challa has held in his arms recently was found dead)
Black Panther Vol.3 #2 (T'Challa visits Marion Vicar in jail, to get her to reveal who paid her off, to get T'Challa to go to USA, to look for the killer of the young girl)

Uncle Fudge
Product: Icecream restaurent
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Nova Vol.1 #1
List Of Appearances:
Nova Vol.1 #1
Nova Vol.1 #4
Nova Vol.1 #18 (Richard and Ginger comes to Uncle Fudge after Richard's father's hearing)
Nova Vol.1 #20
Nova Vol.2 #1 (place where Richard Rider and his friends reunite)

UNISYM
Product: Waste control
Founder:
President: Harold Magasy
Other Executives:
Other Employees: Hassan ibn Mohamet (guard), Lou, Manuel "Manny" Herrera, Scotti Brothers, lots of unnamed persons
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.2 #6
History:
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #6 (Punisher begins to investigate the Rosetti murders. He ask Microchip and his son for help, Junior manages to get into New Jersey Juastice departments computer, and revealed that the justive department has been looking into UNISYM for the last three month, and that the C.E.O of UNISYM Harold Magasy is also a high ranking member of the Mecozzi Crime Family. Punisher decides to go to North Patterson, to investigate UNISYM. While there he overhears a conversation between Harold Magasy and "Manny". They're talking about "Manny"'s illness, "Manny" believing himself to have leukemia. Harold isn't convinced. After the conversation, Manny leaves in one of the trucks, while Punisher sneaks around the compound. Suddenly he is discovered by Harold, who threatens him with a gun. But before he can do anything, Punisher throws his knife, hitting Harold in the throat killing him instantly. One of the guards tries to kill the Punisher by shooting him, but Punisher manages to kill the man. Looking through his pocket, he finds that the guard's name was Hassan ibn Mohamet. Sneaking around the compound again, a telephone rings in Harold's office, Punisher picks up the phone, learning that it is Manny who wants him to come to the place where they are to meet Yasir. Later at the compound in South Jersey, "Manny" and one of his men meets with Yasir and Ahmed. Yasir pays "Manny" a million dollars for some plutonium. Suddenly the meeting is interrupted by Punisher but the men tries to gun him down, but he meneges to escape. Manny yells at Yasir, telling him that the man (Punisher) who just attacked them must have followed him, Yasir tells him that's impossible, and that it's his own fault for starting the vendetta against the Rosetti brothers.)
Punisher Vol.2 #7 (the Rosetti's attack continues, as well as the Punisher's. Punisher manages to take down a wall in one of the buildings at the compound. Suddenly a man comes up on him from behind, threatening him with a gun, the man is revealed as "Manny" who asks Punisher just who he is. Punisher tells him that he is after the Arabs, and "Manny" gets scarred believing Punisher to be with Mossad, letting him go. Punisher and Rose Kugel returns to the Patterson compound, there they meet with Manny again. Lou is also present, and Manny tells him to shut up, because these two are Mossad agents. Punisher questions Manny, while Lou tries to reach for his knife to take him out, but Punisher punches him in the face, taking him out instead. Manny tells them about Ahmed, and tells them that the Revolutionary Jihad plans to use the plutonium at the Gallagher building to take down the building as well as a nearby theatre where Mr. Mecozzi is present alongside the mayor and the secretary general of the UN.)

Universal Technologies
Product: Technology
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed
Former President: Mr. Darvin
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Mr. Johnston (security, probably deceased.)
History: Universal Technologies is a company run by HYDRA (see: HYDRA)
First Appearance: Team America #1
List of Appearances:
Team America #1 (Marauder breaks into the headquarters and deletes five names from the database. The security guards are unable to stop him. Mr. Darvin tries to steal “Pops” Kuramoto’s high tech motorcycle and guidance system, but are stopped by Team America. Darvin commits suicide.)

Unlimited Class Racing
Product: Racing Federation
Founder: ?
President:?
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
History: Unlimited Class Racing is an association for professional race drivers who possess superhuman powers
First Appearance: Team America #1
List of Appearances:
Team America #1 (At a race in Florida, Team America is formed. “Pops” Kuramoto reveals a new high tech motorcycle and guidance system, but is attacked by HYDRA.)
Team America #2 (During a race Team America is attacked by the Assassin.)
Team America #8 (At a race in Cairo, Team America is beat by Team Areadite.)
Team America #9 (Team America performs a time trial for a race, but their vehicle breaks down.)

Unlimited Class Wrestling Foundation
Product: Wrestling association
Founder: Edward Garner
President: Edward Garner
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: Thing, Demoltion Dunphy, Blacksmith, Jersey Devil, Beyonder, Little John, Armadillo, Enigmo, Ikaris/Iceberg Ike
First Appearance: Thing #28
History: U.C.W.F is an association for professional wrestlers who possess superhuman strength, endurance and resistance to injury, founded by Edward Garner after a client of his was barred from the existing wrestling associations for being too strong and thus a danger to normal human-strength combatants (see: Garner, Edward)
List Of Appearances:
Thing #28 (first seen)
Thing #29 (Blacksmith & Jersey Devil seen)
Thing #30 (Beyonder joins)
Thing #34 (Little John seen)
Captain America Vol.1 #316(Armadillo joins)
Eternals Vol. 2 #1 (Enigmo & Iceberg Ike joins)

Vaughn Security
Product: Security systems
Founder: Wendell Vaughn
President: Ken Tanaka, Wendell Vaughn (ex-president)
Other Executives: None
Other Employees: Kayla Ballantine, Moondragon, Erishkigel, Brenna, Marlon
First Appearance: Quasar #3
List of Appearances:
Quasar #3 (room at Four Freedoms Plaza scouted by Wendell Vaughn, Kayla Ballantine offered job)
Quasar #4 (business officially opened)
Quasar #5 (offered account at IDIC)
Quasar #7, 9 (IDIC account won, Ken Tanaka hired)
Quasar #11 (Moondragon began work as H.D. Steckley)
Quasar #20 (office attacked by the Presence and Starlight)
Quasar #21 (invited to home of Malcolm Stromberg, attacked by Maelstrom)
Quasar #26 (Moondragon departed)
Quasar #30 (Erishkigel appeared, claiming to be Holly Steckley; Ken Tanaka put in charge of business)
Quasar #41 (Blue Marvel attempted to take-over business)
Quasar #44 (Vaughn returned, briefly)
Quasar #60 (Vaughn left business permanently)

Wai-Go Industries
Product: Unrevealed
Founder: Unrevealed
President: XAO
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Immortal Iron Fist #1
List of Appearances:
Immortal Iron Fist #1 (Danny Rand and Jeryn Hogarth is negosiates with Xao of Wai-Go Industries. Danny turns the deal down, a deal to 10,6 billion dollars, much to Hogarth's disbelief. Later Danny decides to investigate Xai-Go Industries, there he discovers that the company is a frint for HYDRA, and he is attacked by HYDRA agents)
Immortal Iron Fist #2 (Jeryn informs Danny that Wai-Go Industries has begun a hostile take-over of Rand Corp)
Immortal Iron Fist #3
Immortal Iron Fist #4 (Jeryn is talking on the phone with Xao of Wai-Go Industries)
Immortal Iron Fist #5 (Hogarth tells ? that the people of Wai-Go Industries has kidnapped his mother, and mailed him her finger)

Westman Construction Company
Product: Building construction
Founder: Sam Westman
President: Sam Westman
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Sub-Mariner #28
List of Appearances:
Sub-Mariner #28 (planned to perform digging operation with Brutivac, protested by young people; halted by Sub-Mariner, construction ceased)

Whalewatcher
Product: Whalewatching [entertainment]
Founder: Manny Sabatine
President: Manny Sabatine
Other Executives: Unrevealed
Other Employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents #46
History: After having lost his younger brother Farley, Manny Sabatine found that hunting whales was a dangerous business, and decided to found a new company, one which shows the magnificient animal fir the public, a "Whalewatch" company (see: Sabatine, Farley; Sabatine, Manny)
List Of Appearances:
Marvel Comics Presents #46 (sailed for the first time)

Williams Development Co.
Product: Building construction
Founder: ?
President: Niles Williams
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Daily Bugle #2
History: ?
List of Appearances:
Daily Bugle #2 (Niles Williams meets with J Jonah Jameson about apartments that have been burning down. Williams tells Jameson that it is arson, probably caused by Jake Carlton. When Jameson finds out that Williams is actually letting his buildings get run down and get destroyed to build newer buildings over them, he destroys one of Williams' architectural models and threatens to report this in the Daily Bugle. Because of the destroyed model Williams can get a restraining order against the Bugle and prevent them from running the story)

Wilson Realty Co.
Product: Real estate
Founder:
President: Mr. Wilson
Other Executives:
Other Employees: unnamed secretary
First Appearance: X-Factor #13
List Of Appearances:
X-Factor #13

Wiltfong Cafe
Product: Cafe shope
Founder: ?
President: ?
Other Executives: ?
Other Employees: ?
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #72
List of Appearances:
Incredible Hulk Vol.3 #72

Woman's Magazine
Product: Magazine, tabloid
Founder: J. Jonah Jameson
President: J. Jonah Jameson
Other Executives: Carol Danvers (editor)
Other Employees: Tracy Burke (assistant editor)
First Appearance:
List Of Appearances:
Ms. Marvel #8 (Tracy Burke is introduced to Carol Danvers, who tells her, that she is hired as the new assistant editor on Woman's Magazine, and that she should come in the next monday)

Wonderland Amusement Park
Product: Entertainment Park
Founder: Unrevealed
Former president: Unrevealed
Former executives: Unrevealed
Former employees: Unrevealed
First Appearance: Darkhawk #1
History: The Wonderland Amusement Park was closed down more than three years ago. On the night before the demolition crew came to tear the place down, Christopher Powell found an amulet there, an amulter which turned him into Darkhawk (see: Darkhawk)
List Of Appearances:
Darkhawk #1
Darkhawk #2 (scene of fight between Hobgoblin and Spider-Man and Darkhawk)
Darkhawk #16
Darkhawk #19
Darkhawk #21

Worldwide Investment Corporation
Product: Investment company
Founder: Unrevealed
President: Unrevealed, the former president was killed by Mister Payback
Other Executives: Mark, several unnamed others
Other Employees: Maria Lopez (cleaner)
First Appearance: Punisher Vol.4 #5
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.4 #5 (A board meeting is interrupted by Mr. Payback. Payback claims that the company is guilty of various corporate crimes, including investing in Larson Aircraft Corp. and creating airliners with substandard engines resulting in a crash killing 275 people; Shutting down a factory in Fairville, Kentucky causing the town to become a slum; And setting up a sweatshop in Taiwan and having local police kill over a hundred union workers there. Mr. Payback kills five members of the Board and)
Punisher Vol.4 #6 (CEO admits to all Mr. Payback's allegations and is killed.)

Worthington Enterprises
Product:
Founder: Warren K. Worthington, Sr.
President: Warren K. Worthington III (formerly Warren K. Worthington, Jr.)
Other Executives: Candy Southern (chairman of the board)
Other Employees: unnamed security guard
First Appearance:
History:
List Of Appearances:
X-Factor #10 (Mutant Massacre)
X-Factor #30 (Warren comes to Worthington Enterprises to look for information on the missing Candy Southern, mets and defeats an unnamed security guard)

Zum Corporation
Products: Zumitrin (pain killers), Sparklene (mouthwash)
Founder:
President:
Other Exectives:
Other Employees: Alfred Coppersmith (fired), Jackie
First Appearance: Daredevil Vol.1 #257
History:
List of Appearances:
Punisher Vol.2 #10 (mentioned; after the fourth victim Mrs. Fielding has died of cyanide poisoning from tampered bottles of Zumatrin, Zum Corporation pulls the product from the shelves. Punisher begins to look into ex-employees, a list of 1500 where 12 of them lives in Queens, and only 8 of them being men. In Coppersmith's apartment, Alfred listens to the tv, hearing that Zum Corporation are pulling Zuimitrin from the shelves, thinking them morons, because he can always poison some of their other products)
Daredevil Vol.1 #257 (Daredevil is asked about the Zumitrin killer by the press. Daredevil answers that he believes that the killer deserves a defense and that he will provide a good lawyer. Later he asks Bucko to see the Zumitrin evidence. Learning that the Zumitrin has a trace of oil used by weightlifters. Daredevil pays the Zum Corporation a visit in order to learn more about the possible murderer. He talks with the man who has worked there the longest. Daredevil asks the man about the possible murderers, asking him if any of them are weightlifters. The man tells him that Alf might be a possibility. He tells him that Alf was the best man he ever had, but that he was a little slow when the company brought computers in, and that they didn't give him time to learn, before firing him. The man introduces Daredevil to a young kid, just out of high school, Jackie, who is now having Alfred's old job. The man gives Daredevil, Coppersmith's adress and sends him off to see him.)