- Stark-Fujikawa -- hostile take-over by Fujikawa; Stark later got it back. However, on Earth-928 (Marvel 2099), Stark never got it back, and it became one of the many influential, corrupt corporations making 2099 a dystopia. There may need to be some disambiguation there.
- Stark Solutions -- independent company that Stark formed when Fujikawa took over; proceeds went to the Maria Stark Foundation, but what happened to it after Stark got control of his company back is anyone's guess. Most likely it could be merged into a paragraph or so of company history, then listed as a current subsidiary.
- Everything else: the same company changing names over time.
-- WhyBother 10:24, 14 January 2007 (UTC)
I think we should merge all these articles such as Stark Industries, Stark International & Stark Solutions into one article named "Antony Stark's Companies" (or something along those lines). This is because a business tycoon like Iron Man would have multiple companies and subsidiary (General Motors and Chevys). The preceding unsigned comment was added by X Sabateur X (talk • contribs).
I would merge all of these together. The only Stark holding I would leave out is Circuits Maximus. I think that was too far afield from the rest of his companies to bother. --Ferroboy 08:24, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
There's a list of Stark companies used to build Stark Tower in the Most Wanted files but the main company is Stark Industries. International is the previous incarnation. Solutions, the Donahue Corp. and some others were part of his reorganization in volume 3. koku 02:28, 18 January 2008 (UTC)
Considering his part in Rings of the Mandarin, should Marc Kumar be listed as a former member? He's been arrested, and it's extremely likely he's been fired considering his villainous behaviors.GZilla311 (talk) 23:36, January 1, 2015 (UTC)