Sterling-Malkeet was a large company, comparable to Faro Automated Solutions and Metallurgic International.

Like most large companies, they replaced human employees with robots. They used EZVenue Staffing to provide support during events at the company-owned Sterling-Malkeet amphitheater. It is the same amphitheater described by Bashar Mati in his Vantage Points, where he experienced a severe drug overdose at a young age.

They often found themselves battling with controversy. In 2063 the company had 500 or more people arrested after a protest staged in the company's holo-net headquarters. They backed candidates such as Senator Gerard O'Neil, who helped keep the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution out of the holo-net, making the arrests possible. The company also threw their weight around outside of the political arena, putting a bounty on Travis Tate's head after an unspecified incident involving the company and himself.

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