- "I strive to make Pym Technologies a safer place to work."
- ―Darren Cross
Pym Technologies was a technology and scientific research company which specializes in nanotechnology and human enhancements, as well as molecular and atomic studies.
HistoryS.H.I.E.L.D. after the disappearance of his wife, Hank Pym founded his own company, Pym Technologies. Pym Technologies advanced the fields of nanotechnology, human enhancements, and molecular and atomic studies; with Hank Pym earning a distinguished reputation in the technology community.
- "No one is better than me to take Pym Tech where it needs to go."
- ―Darren Cross
Hank Pym was later voted out as CEO of Pym Technologies with his daughter Hope van Dyne casting the deciding vote. Hank Pym's estranged protégé, Darren Cross, became the new CEO and rebranded the company to Cross Technologies. Hank Pym confiscated the Ant-Man Suit and kept the formula of Pym Particles a secret from Darren Cross in the following years. Since Cross' tenure as CEO, profits for Pym Technologies have risen but innovation has stopped, leading many to question how Pym Technologies will continue to remain profitable. Darren Cross obsessively tried to replicate the Pym Particles and market his weaponized Yellowjacket Suit to military and nefarious organizations around the world.
Hank Pym enlisted Scott Lang to become the new Ant-Man and orchestrated a heist of the Yellowjacket Suit. Darren Cross caught wind of the heist and laid out a trap for Lang and his conspirators, Hope van Dyne and Hank Pym. Hank Pym was shot and wounded but Lang managed to escape his trap and pursue Cross who had taken the Yellowjacket suit. Hope van Dyne and Hank Pym enlarged a miniature tank Pym had been using as a keychain and used it to escape Pym Technologies Headquarters just before it exploded from the explosives they set. Darren Cross later died using the Yellowjacket Suit which was sabotaged by Scott Lang during their Duel at Maggie Lang's House.
- Hank Pym - Former CEO (unknown date - 2010)
- Darren Cross - Former CEO (2010 - 2015)
- Hope van Dyne - Chairman (unknown date - 2015)