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.