- Ford Motor Company (FoMoCo) – Gerald Quinn – CEO
Still kicking, Detroit’s original corporate behemoth will always have a special place in Dearborn. Their production and design facilities are still top notch, but they’ve accepted that they’ll never reach AAA status as long as Ares is around. They’re still working on getting AA rating, but naturally have a lot of obstacles in their path.
- Rock City Records (RCR) – Reggie Simms – CEO
A small-time music & mixed media company for thirty years, RCR hit it big with the rise of the Orxploitation movement. They’re now a force to reckoned with in the regional media scene, and Horizon Entertainment has been slyly trying to buy-out Simms for about five years. His independent status is part of RCR’s allure to a lot of musicians, and an army of anti-establishment audiophiles, so he’s not afraid to let the world know it.
- Rouge River Transportation – Julian Bauer – CEO
RRT manages regional rail transit, local charter flights, the truck ferry, and owns a small fleet of cargo ships that fill one corner of the Port of Detroit
- Vanguard Health Consortium – Abigail Taylor – President
Vanguard is owned through the vine by Shiawase, and runs Detroit Medical Center as well as local clinics and Dunkelzhan Memorial Hospital.
- StufferShack – Spiro Zorbas – Regional Vice President
More ubiquitous than obnoxious cyberware, you can’t throw a rock in this city without hitting a StufferShack. Damn good coffe-ahem soycaf, though. It’s too bad none of us remember what actual creamer tastes like. StufferShack is your one stop shop, from groceries to ammunition to general electronics, and they deliver, too.
- Greater Detroit Fusion Power Co.(GDFP) – Aurelie Giraud – Director BIFF
GDFP runs the Belle Island Fusion Facility, as well as a couple of other facilities in the great lakes region. They also hold the contract for power grid maintenance in the GDM, something Ares resents.
- DocWagon – Cameron Suso – District Commander
They’ve been here a while, but recent competition from Info-Santes is forcing
them to get creative to maintain market share. Their station/clinics are everywhere, especially in poorer neighborhoods, and they have a reputation for excellent service toward (paying) customers of any affiliation or metatype.