Origin and history
X-Corporation was founded by Professor Charles Xavier as a way to help deal with the ever-growing mutant population. Xavier, leader of the X-Men, realized that the Xavier Institute and its U.S.-based teams were not enough to provide support to all the needy mutants across the globe. Due to this, he initiated the X-Corporation, a collection of adjunct teams, each run by former X-Men or members of other X-teams, located in many major cities across the globe.
Following M-Day and the massive reduction of the mutant population worldwide, the X-Corporation had outlived its purpose. To the turmoil of the mutant population at the time, the Paris branch of the X-Corporation was car bombed the very same day of the mutant depowering. With both points in mind, Cyclops ordered the dissolution of the X-Corporation. The mutant detective agency, X-Factor Investigations, would later be composed largely of the X-Corporation: Paris branch.
Branches and membership
Los Angeles, California, USA
New York City, New York, USA