cor­po­rate af­fairs

Five of sci-fi’s shadi­est busi­nesses

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Tyrell cor­po­ra­tion

Blade run­ner In the year 2019, these guys build and sell life­like an­droid repli­cants to per­form labour. While they’re not nec­es­sar­ily evil, there’s no deny­ing that se­ri­ous glitches ex­ist in their prod­uct line… The Um­brella cor­po­ra­tion

res­i­dent evil this phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal con­glom­er­ate tin­kered with ge­netic engi­neer­ing and bi­o­log­i­cal weaponry. the end re­sult: a zom­bie apoca­lypse that wiped out mankind. can we sue? rox­xon en­ergy cor­po­ra­tion

Marvel uni­verse this in­flu­en­tial en­ergy com­pany fre­quently backs shady deals and clients in its quest for po­lit­i­cal and eco­nomic dom­i­nance. No­to­ri­ous for its aver­sion to moral prin­ci­ples. wey­land-yu­tani cor­po­ra­tion

alien Be­hind the scenes, this multi­na­tional con­glom­er­ate or­ches­trates em­ployee im­preg­na­tion by preda­tory Xenomorphs to fur­ther its bioweapon re­search. talk about hu­man re­sources… Cy­ber­dyne sys­tems ter­mi­na­tor the cor­po­ra­tion that cre­ated skynet, a sys­tem of ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gent su­per­com­put­ers that ditched the hu­man el­e­ment. that lit­tle blun­der ush­ered in the rise of the machines. take heed, ap­ple!

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