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GLOBEX (redirected from globex)

Page history last edited by Candice Greene 9 years, 9 months ago
Name: GLOBEX Industries 

 

 

Founded: 1987
CEO: Jeffrey McGuire 

History

 

 Gobex roots begin in 1893 when McGuire-Fergerson Oil is created in Angel Falls. In 1912, Henry McGuire brought out Jordan Ferguson from the company, and renamed the company McGoil Petroleum. After World War II, McGoil made some financial gains by obtaining land in the Mid East, as well as the North Sea. In 1950 the name was changed to Globoil Petroluem, as Henry McGuires son, Kenneth took over the helm. The 1960's would see them develop Nuclear Fision plants for energy, and work with the Space Program to create fuel cells, and solar energy technology. By the 1970's the energy crisis had struck, and Globoil was there to snap up 14 oil companies. Later in 1976, they would buyout Triton/Grull Aerospace, as well as Tanner Medical. In 1985, Jeffrey McGuire became the head of Globoil, and annouced a joint venture with Crowne Industries in creating a Anti-Matter reactor. After the terrible diaster on 1987, Globex had cut all ties with Crowne Inductries. In 2000, the outright brought off all remaining shares of Crowne Industries, and renamed the company Globex Industries.
In 2010, it was revealed that Jeffrey McGuire had secretly worked with an underground Government agency to recreate the Anti-matter diaster of 1987. Jeffrey McGuire was taken in on several charges as well, one of the most serious are accessory to murder, and aiding a known enemy to the United States (Invictus). His trial is currently pending. Annika Sorenson leads the Company for now, that is currently in a Tailspin.

  

 

 

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