Several companies in this ATL either don't exist or are defunct in our timeline. Some familiar companies have merge with others in this timeline.

List of companies


  • Tesla Motors (subsidiary of Tesla, Inc.)
  • Oldsmobile
  • American Motors
  • DeLorean Motor Company - (NYSE: DMC), more often simply DeLorean, is an American multinational automotive manufacturing company based in Detroit, Michigan. Formed by automobile industry executive John DeLorean in 1975. It known for the one model it produced — the distinctive stainless steel DeLorean DMC-12 sports car featuring gull-wing doors.
  • American Steam Motors Co.


Aircraft Manufactures

Private Security Firms

  • Roosevelt Aviation Security
  • Rothschild International


  • The Home Depot Co. - is an American retailer of home improvement and construction products and services. It operates many big-box format stores across the North American Union, Russian Alaska, as well as Mexico. The company is headquartered at the Atlanta Store Support Center in Cobb County, Georgia, in Greater Atlanta. In terms of overall revenue reported to the All-Union Securities and Exchange Commission, the company is the largest home improvement retailer in the North American Union, after rival Lowe's and The Home Depot merged. The store operates out of large warehouse-style buildings averaging 105,000 ft2 (9,755 m2) with megastores operating in larger facilities (the company's largest store, located in Union, New Jersey is 225,000 ft2)
  • Best Buy Stores Inc. - an American multinational consumer electronics corporation headquartered in Richfield, New Guernsey, a Minneapolis suburb. It operates in the North American Union, China, and, Mexico. The company was founded by Richard M. Schulze and Gary Smoliak in 1966 as an audio specialty store. In 1983, it was renamed and rebranded with more emphasis placed on consumer electronics. Best Buy's subsidiaries include Geek Squad, Magnolia Audio Video, Pacific Sales, and Cowboom. Best Buy open smaller stores and is starting to push aggressively into selling smartphones. RadioShack currently offers thousands of smaller locations across the country and has also thought to sell mobile phones to boost its fortunes.


  • North American Broadcasting Corporation - (French: Société Radio-America), officially branded as NABC/Radio-America, is a American crown corporation that serves as the national public radio and television broadcaster. The English- and French-language services units of the corporation are commonly known as NABC and Radio-America respectively, and both short-form names are also commonly used in the applicable language to refer to the corporation as a whole.


  • Imperial 400 -  an American hotel chain. It was founded in 1959 by Bernard Whitney in New Liverpool, Upper California. 


  • Philip Holzmann AG - a German construction company based in Frankfurt am Main and is the largest European construction company.


  • Standard Oil
  • Tesla, Inc.
  • IG Farben - is a German chemical industry conglomerate and is the the largest chemical producer in the world, headquartered in Ludwigshafen, Germany. Its name is taken from Interessen-Gemeinschaft Farbenindustrie AktienGesellschaft (Plc Syndicate [literally, "community of interests"] of dye-making corporations). The company was formed in 1925 from a number of major chemical companies that had been working together closely since Prussian Expansion War. During its heyday, IG Farben was the fourth largest overall industrial concern, after General Motors, American Steel, and Standard Oil.


Media Conglomerate

Comcast Fox Group Walt Disney Co. Viacom Time Warner Sony
Movie production studio Universal Pictures 20th Century Fox The Walt Disney Studios Paramount Films Warner Bros. Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group
Theme park resorts Universal Parks and Resorts Twentieth Century Fox World Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Paramount Parks and Suites Resort Six Flags Merlin Entertainment, SeaWorld (50%)
Broadcast television network NBC, Cozi TV, Telemundo Fox, MyNetTV, Movies! (50%) ABC, LWN CBS, The CW (50%), Decades (JV)   The WB GetTV
Cable channels NBCUniversal News Group, Weather Channel (JV) FX Networks, Nat Geo Channels (67%) Disney Channels Worldwide, ABC Family Viacom Media Networks, Pop (50%), Showtime Networks Turner Broadcasting System, HBO Sony Pictures TV networks
News, political, business channels NBCUniversal News Group, Weather Channel (JV) Fox News, Fox Business Fusion (50%) CBS News CNN, HLN
National sports networks NBC Sports Group, NHL Network (15.6%) Fox Sports Media Group ESPN (80%) CBS Sports Turner Sports
Record label Century Music Fox Music Disney Music Group Viacom Music Group Warner Music Group Sony Music Entertainment
Publishing Marvel Comics Disney Publishing Worldwide News Corp. Simon & Schuster Warner Book Group, DC Comics, Time Inc.
Internet IVillage, Fandango, Hulu Fox Sports Digital Media Disney Interactive CBS Interactive, CNET, MTV New Media Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Atom Tickets PlayStation Network, Crackle