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The most evil corporations in science fiction

United multinational

MNU is an international corporation and a leader in the research and adaptation of alien spacecraft technology over Johannesburg. MNU’s vast field of expertise includes mining, nanotechnology, healthcare and private security forces.

MNU suffered significant PR damage after a former employee who had been infected with some sort of alien virus walked out of MNU’s quarantine facility. Later, said employee and a fellow alien broke into MNU and stole valuable alien weapons technology. It is rumored that MNU was conducting experiments on humans and aliens.

Weyland-Yutani Corporation

Weyland-Yutani, or more commonly known to its employees simply as “The Company”, is the leading company in interstellar trade. The company primarily focuses on planetary colonization and terraforming as their “build better worlds” motto, however they also have interests in biological weapons technology.

Weyland-Yutani has had a notable track record with reports over the years ranging from violation of Earth quarantine protocols to blatant disregard for employee safety.

omni consumer products

OCP is involved in a variety of different areas of business and commerce, including space exploration, prisons, and military hardware.

A mega corporation like OCP is not without its detractors. In particular, concerns have been raised about questionable tactics with his privatized cyborg law enforcement program for Delta City.


LexCorp, named for CEO Lex Luthor, has interests in a variety of fields, including finance, the newspaper industry and aerospace engineering.

LexCorp is another company with a tarnished past, mainly due to the patchy history of its founder, Lex Luthor. The allegations regarding Lex Luthor range from clone harvesting to an interest in kryptonite that borders on obsession.

tungsten and hart

Wolfram & Hart is an international law firm with specialized departments in the entertainment business, science and real estate.

Like many companies on this list, Wolfram & Hart is not exempt from allegations of corruption. With that being said, Wolfram & Hart seems like a great company to work for. We have yet to find a former employee who has a bad thing to say about the company.

Roxxon Power Corporation

Roxxon Energy Corporation is an oil company and a wholly owned subsidiary of Kronas Corporation.

Many allegations have surfaced over the years regarding Roxxon’s business practices that suggest illegal activities took place. Former Roxxon boss Hugh Jones has even been arrested multiple times, though he has never been convicted.

umbrella corporation

Umbrella Corp specializes in a number of areas including pharmaceuticals, medical hardware, and bioengineering.

Umbrella Corp has been under a lot of scrutiny after an incident where a virus known as the T-Virus was spread. Allegations have surfaced suggesting that Umbrella Corp tried to cover up its involvement and even went so far as to blame the entire incident on the government. Although the case went to court, no conviction was ever made.

Tyrell Corporation

Tyrell Corporation is a Los Angeles-based biotechnology company that produces androids.

Questions have recently been raised regarding the Tyrell Corporation’s insistence on making human, life-like androids with only a four-year lifespan working as, what some have argued, slaves.

Soylent Corporation

Soylent Corporation is the manufacturer of the nutritious food products Soylent, Soylent Red, Soylent Blue, Soylent Yellow and, more recently, Soylent Green.

The company has been going through a public relations crisis following rumors about the content of Soylent Green, a product the corporation says is made from plankton. One of the most absurd rumors is that Soylent Green is not plankton but people.


This multi-billion dollar business specializes in several different areas including telecommunications and the gourmet coffee industry.

Virtucon suffered a recent setback after losing the company’s vice president in an incident rumored to be related to the surprise return of company president Dr. Evil. Dr. Evil, as many readers will recall, hasn’t been seen since the late 1960s.

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