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For the fourth consecutive year, CrossGen, Gilboa's largest employer, posted record profits.
"Its incredible," said CrossGen CEO William Cross. "It's a testament to the innovation of our developers and the strength of the Gilboan economy."
CrossGen began as a manufacturer of computer chips, eventually expanding to hardware systems, national infrastructure and weapons technology.
CrossGen went public a decade after founding. Shortly thereafter, they won the defense contracts for the Gilboan Army, immediately quadrupling their stock price.
Since the end of the Gath conflict, CrossGen has been focusing its development on improving the country's utilities systems.
"Green power, better accessibility to clean water - these are going to be CrossGen's legacy," William Cross said at a recent stockholders' luncheon. "We will create a better, brighter Gilboa for our children, and their children."