After corporate raider Obadiah Stane's hostile takeover of Stark International, which was renamed Stane International, inventor and businessman Tony Stark started a new company based in the californian Silicon Valley.
When Tony Stark died and was replaced by an alternate younger counterpart, through a previosuly recorded holo-message Stark appointed Abe Zimmer and Bambi Arbogast as Senior Board Members, Bethany Cabe and Happy Hogan as Co-Chief Executive Officers and Jim Rhodes and Pepper Potts as Trustees.
Stark Enterprises was later sold to a relatively small japanese firm named Fujikawa Industries, which obtained 99% of Stock Ownership, while Rumiko Fujikawa, granddaughter of Fujikawa Industries' President Kenjiro Fujikawa, was given 1% of the stock. Fujikawa Industries, renaming itself Stark-Fujikawa, appointed Tony's cousin Morgan Stark as General Manager of Stark Companies' North American Operations.
At some point, Stark-Fujikawa rebranded Stark Enterprises as Stark Industries.
When Kenjiro and Rumiko Fujikawa agreed to cede Tony Stark 51% of the Stark Industries' Stock Ownership, Stark ultimately reobtained control of his former company as the majority shareholder.
- Abraham Zimmer - Director of Engineering Division, Chief of Security Operations for Long Island Complex and Senior Member of the Board of Directors
- Anthony 'Tony' Stark - Founder and Owner, Chief Executive Officer, President and Chairman of the Board
- Atha Williams - Secretary and Executive Assistant
- Bambina Arbogast - Executive Assistant and Senior Member of the Board of Directors
- Bertram Hindel - Lawyer
- Bethany Cabe - Director of Corporate Security and Co-Chief Executive Officer
- Erica Sondheim - Director of Medical Division
- Felix Alvarez - Lawyer, General Counsel, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
- Garrison Quint - Security Chief
- Harold 'Happy' Hogan - C.E.O.'s Personal Assistant and Co-Chief Executive Officer
- H.O.M.E.R. - A.I. Assistant
- James 'Rhodey' Rhodes - Pilot, Vice President of Operations, Chief Executive Officer and Trustee
- Marcy Pearson - Public Relations Chief
- Victoria Benning - Specialist, Physical Therapy
- Virginia 'Pepper' Potts - Trustee
- Kenjiro Fujikawa - President and 99% Stock Owner
- Morgan Stark - General Manager of North American Operations
- Rumiko Fujikawa - Executive and 1% Stock Owner
- Wilson Fisk - Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong
- Yu Kirin - Chief Executive Officer
- Yvette Avril - Chief of European Operations
- Anthony Stark - 51% Stock Owner
- Kenjiro Fujikawa - 49% Stock Owner
- Rumiko Fujikawa - Former 1% Owner
- Accutech Research & Development - Acquired by Stark Enterprises in Iron Man #219.
- Stark Enterprises - Stark Industries became Stark Enterprises' parent company in Iron Man (Vol. 3) #56.
Locations and Facilities
- Stark Enterprises Main Plant - Flushing, Queens, Long Island, New York
- First Appearance: Tales of Suspense #40
- Stark Enterprises Far East Division - Hong Kong, China
- First Appearance: Iron Man #130
- Stark Enterprises Headquarters - Silicon Valley, North of Los Angeles, California
- First Appearance: Iron Man #215
- Stark Enterprises Building - Los Angeles, California
- First Appearance: Iron Man #319
- Stark Tower - Flatiron District, Midtown Manhattan, New York City, New York
- First Appearance: Iron Man (Vol. 3) #1
- Stark-Fujikawa Platform Number Five - Thaiti North Coast, Pacific Ocean
- First Appearance: Iron Man (Vol. 3) #22
- Stark-Fujikawa Facility - Spokane, Washington
- First Appearance: Iron Man (Vol. 3) #25
- Stark-Fujikawa Facility - Miami, Florida
- First Appearance: Iron Man (Vol. 3) #28
- Retreat - Tony Stark's Mansion - Malibu, Los Angeles, California
- First Appearance: Iron Man #217
- Accutech Research & Development Complex - California
- First Appearance: Iron Man #219
- 27 appearance(s) of Stark Enterprises (Earth-616)
- 2 minor appearance(s) of Stark Enterprises (Earth-616)
- 17 mention(s) of Stark Enterprises (Earth-616)
- 3 member(s) of Stark Enterprises (Earth-616)