It was run by Robert until his death in 2007, then taken over by Walter Steele. After Malcolm Merlyn kidnapped Walter, Moira Queen became the acting CEO. Walter stepped down from his position as CEO after being rescued by The Hood. Later, Isabel Rochev became CEO of Queen Consolidated with Slade Wilson's help until her death. Afterwards, the company was bought by Ray Palmer and rebranded as Palmer Technologies.
Queen Consolidated has subsidiaries all over the United States and abroad, including Vancouver and a prominent corporation in Moscow, Russia. The company also has a holding in Melbourne, Australia.
Queen Consolidated was founded by Robert Queen. After Robert's death in 2007, CFO Walter Steele took over as CEO.
Over the next few years, Queen Consolidated began modernizing as it expanded into cutting edge fields such as biotechnology and clean energy, bringing the company to new heights. In late 2012, a separate site was commissioned for the Applied Sciences division, named in honor of Robert.
The compliance department of Queen Consolidated tagged Moira's $2.6 million variance in November 2012, prompting Walter to investigate in order to prevent the company from facing an IRS audit. Later, Walter seemingly closed the proceedings, but had I.T. specialist Felicity Smoak look into the transaction off-the-books.
After Walter was kidnapped by Malcolm Merlyn, Moira Queen took over as acting CEO, Walter was eventually found and rescued by Oliver Queen (under the guise of the vigilante known as the Hood) despite this, Walter resigned from his position as CEO, as he had figured out that Moira was involved in his kidnapping and wanted to get as much distance from her as possible. Moira continued to serve as acting CEO until she was arrested for conspiracy to commit murder; due to her involvement in the Undertaking, the board of directors removed her as the acting CEO for good.
Moira's involvement in the Undertaking not only resulted in a huge scandal for Queen Consolidated, but it also almost resulted in the company becoming bankrupt.
In April 2014, Isabel Rochev became full CEO of Queen Consolidated with backing from Slade Wilson until her death. During that time, she deliberately ran the company and many of its assets into the ground, looking to strip Oliver of his financial resources.
In late 2014, Oliver attempted to bid for his company back, but ultimately the board named Ray Palmer as CEO. As a part of his new vision, Ray shortly re-branded the company under his own banner, Palmer Technologies.
Although during the present time, Queen Consolidated no longer exists as an entity of that name, there is some indication that a similar company may again come into existence; a Central City Citizen newspaper from 2024 held by Eobard Thawne announced a merger with Wayne Tech of a Queen Inc.. It is unclear if the Queen Industrial Inc. sub-division remains active under that name after the Palmer re-brand or it could indicate that control of the company eventually reverts to the Queen family.
- Bobby (security guard)
- Gerry Conway (executive assistant to Felicity Smoak; part of Palmer Technologies)
- Ned Foster (COO; part of Palmer Technologies)
- William Green (fired; deceased)
- Josiah Hudson (head of security)
- Doug Miller (head of Applied Sciences; part of Palmer Technologies)
- Ray Palmer (CEO; part of Palmer Technologies)
- Moira Queen (acting CEO, until indictment; deceased)
- Oliver Queen (CEO; removed by the board of directors)
- Robert Queen (founder and CEO; deceased)
- Derek Reston (foreman of Queen Industrial Inc.; laid off)
- Isabel Rochev (former intern, CEO; deceased)
- Felicity Smoak (Computer Sciences; IT department and executive assistant to Oliver Queen; part of Palmer Technologies)
- Walter Steele (CFO, then acting CEO, then CEO; resigned)
- Peter Kang
- Ted Daniels (Applied Sciences, spy; deceased)
- Robert Queen (deceased)
- Moira Queen (deceased)
- Walter Steele (formerly; resigned)
- Oliver Queen (50%)
- Isabel Rochev (50%; formerly; deceased)
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- Queen Consolidated generates over 240,000 watts of electricity.
Behind the scenes
- In the DC comic books, the company's name is Queen Industries.