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Despite Jeremiah Fink's monopoly with Fink Manufacturing, Columbia still featured a lot of businesses, mostly owned by Columbia's middle class.

Businesses operating in ColumbiaEdit

Businesses By LocationEdit

Town CenterEdit

Businesses operating at the Town Center
Businesses operating at Comstock Center Rooftops

Monument IslandEdit

Businesses operating at Monument Island

Soldier's FieldEdit

Businesses operating at Battleship Bay
Businesses operating at Soldier's Field


Main article: Finkton
Businesses operating at Finkton Docks
Businesses operating at Finkton Proper
Businesses operating at Shantytown
Businesses operating at the Factory


Businesses operating at Emporia
Businesses operating at Downtown Emporia
Businesses operating at Comstock House
  • Comstock House Re-Education Center

Brand NamesEdit

Semi-Canon BusinessesEdit

Behind the ScenesEdit


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Bioshock Ways Entreprises Page
  2. A vendor can be found advertising Alexander Hot Dogs at the Fairgrounds in BioShock Infinite.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Seen on Cereal boxes
  4. 4.0 4.1 File:Infinite eat.jpg
  5. Seen on intercoms throughout Columbia, example location: in the elevator to the Plaza of Zeal.
  6. Based on the following dialog on The First Lady in Burial at Sea - Episode 2:
    Elizabeth: "It can't be this easy. The First Lady mark two was built around a particle lift system just like all the buildings in the city. I read about it in "Columbian Scientific." The particle is seated at the top of the structure. Must be up that lift."
  7. The Telegram the player receives in the Town Center during BioShock Infinite
  8. Brand name on cigarette pack
  9. 9.0 9.1 Producer of ice cream, sold at the Dimwit & Duke Ice Cream Shoppe, seen on ice cream cone models.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Seen on crates, sold at the Dimwit & Duke Ice Cream Shoppe. text reads: SINCE 1835 Danny McCoy's BRAND FINE IRISH WHISKEY CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 The stage can be found on the Main Street of Soldier's Field (sign is also present in Downtown Emporia).
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 Can be found in various locations, such as Shady Lane of the Town Center.
  13. 13.0 13.1 Seen on Gift Boxes.
  14. Cigarette brand for children, advertised in The Envy of All His Peers Kinetoscope
  15. Sky-Hook Advertisement
  16. Seen on ex. crates and trailers across Columbia.
  17. Seen on shoeboxes throughout Columbia. Example location: Hudson's Fine Clothing.
  18. 18.0 18.1 Seen on a sign in the Grocery in on New Eden Square.
  19. A 180 Proof "tonic" found by Elizabeth in the unused sound file vo_elizabeth_inform_foundAlcohol_1348.ogg
  20. A bottle of alcohol found by Elizabeth in the unused sound file vo_elizabeth_inform_foundAlcohol_1351.ogg
  21. BioShock: Infinite E3 2011 Gameplay Demo (PS3, Xbox 360) on YouTube
  22. Seen in early footage of the game as well as in this development image.
  23. The sign was used in an early build of BioShock Infinite. The sign still exists on a building in the PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale BioShock Infinite stage.