Corps

MEGACORPS

  • Arasaka, a huge Japanese zaibatsu, megalomaniacal CEO obsessed with making Japan into a superpower. Likely nod to World War II arms manufacturer Arisaka.
  • Biotechnica, an Italian biotechnology, pharmacology, and cybernetics firm.
  • Euro Business Machines (EBM), an information technology corporation (an obvious nod towards IBM).
  • Infocomp, a commercial think-tank and information repository.
  • Kendachi, a Japanese armament company.
  • Merril, Asukaga & Finch, financial analysts. Quite probably an allusion to Merrill Lynch.
  • Microtech, a computer and electronics manufacturer.
  • Militech, American arms and mercenary contractor.
  • Mitsubishi-Sugo, a major transportation manufacturer.
  • Network News 54, an American broadcasting company.
  • Orbital Air, an African corporation with a monopoly on space transportation.
  • Petrochem, an energy company.
  • SovOil, a neo-Soviet oil giant, controlling a vast percentage of the petrochemicals market.
  • Trauma Team International, a private medical firm also dealing in medical insurance, prepaid disaster relief, prepaid CSAR, etc.
  • World News Service, a worldwide news conglomerate, similar to the Associated Press.
  • WorldSat Communications Network, a satellite communications giant.
  • Zetatech, a computer, cyberdeck, robotics, and cybernetics manufacturing company.
  • Tessier-Ashpool S.A., Owns Freeside, a space station shaped like a spindle Bernal sphere constructed in high orbit. The family resides in the Villa Straylight, which occupies one end of the spindle.
  • Maas’, maker of high quality Biotech and Computers
  • Hosaka, large Japanese zaibatsu, maker of computers and cyberdecks
  • Ono-Sendai, Makers of ultra high quality Cyberdecks. Not available to the public market.
  • Mandrake Corp
  • Haas-Bioroid
  • Jinteki
  • NBN
  • Weyland Consortium
  • Shiawase Corporation
  • Act of God (Houston, US): Armaments
  • Alat Petroleum (Algiers, Algeria): Petroleum
  • Aquarius Engineering (Atlanta, NAC): Military Contractor
  • Auburn Trans-Oceania (Mu, North Pacific): Technology
  • Aufklärungs-Gruppe (Munich, EU): Multinational Holdings
  • Bank of Afrika (Cape Town, South Afrika): Finance
  • Bank of Tehran (Tehran, Iran): Finance
  • Black Knight (Chicago): Armaments
  • Cerus Media (Cleveland, NAC): Media
  • CHIMERA (Brasilia, Brazil): Biomedical
  • Cherry Automotive Corporation (Beijing, China): Automotive
  • Crisis Team (Osaka, Japan): High Threat Response Teams
  • Emergent Tech (Seattle, Cascadia): Information Technology/Software
  • Featherstone (Madrid, EU): Nanotechology
  • Galaxy Entertainment International (Mumbai, India): Media
  • Greater Eurasian Telecom (Berlin, EU): Telecommunications
  • Hanscomb Foods (Evansville, US): Restaurants
  • Health Group (Seoul, Korea): Biomedical
  • Holas Telecom (Diego Tijuana, Baja Mexico): Telecommunications
  • Hydra Pharm (Caribbean Economic League): Pharmaceutical
  • Jata Technology (Niamey, Central African Union): Software/Cybernetics
  • Jian Foods Group (Pyongyang, Korea): Biochemical/Food Industry
  • Kensei (Tokyo, Japan): Electronics/Entertainment
  • Kenta Cyber Dynamics (Tokyo, Japan): Cybernetics
  • Kim Tau Bioware (Seoul, Korea): Biochemical
  • Kirlian Technology (Portland, Cascadia): Computer Hardware
  • Kiwi Motors Automotive Group (Perth, Australia): Automotive
  • Loadstone (Phoenix, Baja Mexico): Industrial Waste Management
  • Loftan Chemicals (Boston, Atlantica): Pharmaceutical
  • Malbrand (Orlando, US): Retail Outlets
  • Nampar Aerospace (formerly Spartus Space) (Chennai, India): Aerospace
  • Nanda Pharmatech (Kolkata, India): Pharmaceutical/Biomedical
  • Nova Personnel (Phoenix, Baja Mexico): Simulacrum
  • Persian Media (Tehran, Iran): Media
  • PharmAmerica (Sioux City, US): Biochemical/Food Industry
  • Obelisk Computer Systems (Seattle, US): Software
  • Samba Motors (São Paulo, Brazil): Automotive
  • Saga Corporation (Copenhagen, EU): Multinational Holdings
  • SAGE ITand Technical Systems (Kolkata, India): Software/Cybernetics
  • Sanjan Tempe Warner Group (Mumbai, India): Media
  • Sentinel Rock Corporation (Caribbean Economic League): Armaments
  • SetiBank (London, EU): Finance
  • St. Dobson Redemption Center (Odyssey, US) Theological/Educational/Media
  • Sudeki-Whyte (Sydney, Australia): Armaments
  • Third Life Innovations (Johannesburg, South Afrika): Genetics Research/Development
  • University of Timbuktu (Timbuktu, Mali): Educational/Research
  • Yoi Jango Telecommunique (São Paulo, Brazil): Telecommunications/Entertainment
  • Aztechnology, heavily involved in consumer goods and chemistry. The least-liked megacorp in the shadows, due to its nasty secret projects.
  • Evo Corporation (formerly Yamatetsu), a corp based in Vladivostok, Russia, that focuses on nano- and bio-technology, genetics research. The first corp to become transplanetary after establishing a Mars base.
  • Horizon, A Los Angeles based media corporation new to the AAA scene in the 2060s. Horizon is a media and PR corporation that lists Tir Tairngire among its clients. While they are primarily invested in media and entertainment they are also strong in consumer goods, real estate, and pharmaceuticals.
  • Mitsuhama Computer Technologies, started as money laundering operation for the Yakuza but soon surpassed their investors’ income by a very large margin. Focuses largely on robotics, heavy machinery, and computers.
  • NeoNET, created from Novatech’s merger with Transys Neuronet and Erika, pioneers of the new wireless Matrix, to form this powerhouse in the Matrix sector, but with diversified holdings in many other sectors.
  • Renraku Computer Systems (レンラク), mainly computer and arms-producing giant from Japan. Slowly rebuilding from both the Seattle Arcology debacle.
  • Saeder-Krupp Heavy Industries, a German conglomerate based on the production of steel, heavy-industrial goods, cars, arms and communication in Europe.
  • Wuxing Inc., a Hong Kong-based company heavily focused on shipping and finance.
  • Fuchi Industrial Electronics (渕 or フチ), a computer giant built by the Nakatomis and Yamanas from Japan and Richard Villiers from Boston, Massachusetts. Focused heavily in computers and Matrix technologies. Disintegrated during the Corp War of ’59 – ’60 due to corporate infighting, and fractured. Richard Villiers took his piece and formed Novatech.
  • Novatech, Richard Villiers’ remnant of Fuchi that was based in Boston, Massachusetts. Focused on computer and Matrix technologies, also heavy into the brief space race for Halley’s Comet in 2061. Near bankrupt in 2064.

MEDIUM CORPS

  • DataLock, The premier data security corp for the west coast sprawl.

Corps

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