Popular Category:Company stubs

Companies by branch

For stub articles relating to specific types of companies, use the following templates instead:

  • advertising agencies –
  • aeronautical companies –
  • airlines –
  • banks, insurance or financial companies –
    • private equity and venture capital firms –
  • breweries –
  • brand name products
  • chemical companies –
  • clothing and fashion –
  • information technology –
  • food and drink, candy, confectionery –
    • restaurants, restaurant chains –
  • games –
    • board games –
    • computer and video game companies –
  • industrial companies –
  • entertainment, leisure, sports companies –
    • film studios –
    • companies in other areas of the film industry –
    • hotels, hotel chains or resorts
    • The Walt Disney Company –
  • manufacturing companies –
  • media companies –
  • medical companies –
  • motor vehicle companies –
    • motorcycle, motorscooter, moped manufacturers –
  • musical instrument manufacturers –
  • newspapers –
  • petroleum companies –
  • power companies –
  • publishing companies –
    • comics publishing companies -
  • railroad companies –
  • record labels –
  • retail companies –
  • service industry companies –
  • transport companies –
  • technology companies –
    • computer companies –
  • telecommunications providers –
    • wireless service providers –
  • toy companies -

Companies by country

In addition to the above, please use a stub for the country in which the company is based, if there is one (see Category:Company stubs by country). If there is not such a stub, please use the top level stub for the country in addition to a stub for companies of the business sector it operates in.

Pages in category "Company stubs"

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