conglomerate

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  • However, its strategy is consistent with that of other large, international financial conglomerates.
  • Many of these businesses grew rapidly into the larger conglomerates.
  • Neither of these companies is independent - they are parts of much larger conglomerates that dominate the entire information services sector.
  • The Blue Sun corporation is a powerful conglomerate with much influence within the Alliance.
  • The resulting conglomerate libraries are the basis of every modern library today.
  • Conglomerates were also noted in the bed of the river.
  • The deal would have made Comcast the largest media conglomerate in the world.
  • A law was passed to break up large conglomerates and end economic concentration, so as to encourage economic competition.
  • Later, some of them owned businesses that become large conglomerates in today's Malaysia.
  • Generally, conglomerate is present on the north side of town and shale is present to the south.
  • The lot has had multiple owners over the decades from wealthy individuals to business conglomerates.
  • The portal also provides large access to media conglomerate products such magazines, newspapers and live radio.
  • It is one of the largest private conglomerates in Brazil and one of the largest in the world.
  • Different branches of this conglomerate were split into several companies or sold off around 1990.
  • Several of his companies grew into multi-national conglomerates and two were taken public in major sales while others were sold to private investment groups.
  • Recent years have seen increasing legal action from media conglomerates, who are actively protecting their intellectual property rights.
  • The term may also be applied more specifically to the primary motion picture business subsidiary of each respective conglomerate.
  • Cultural differences between the countries are said to become less important, since a few international conglomerates dominate the global media industry.
  • Several large conglomerates or their subsidiaries acquired land banks in the area, and began developing industrial sites.
  • Most magazines are owned by one of the large media conglomerates or by one of their smaller regional brethren.
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Words starting with conglomerate

Meaning of conglomerate

  • noun A group of diverse companies under common ownership and run as a single organization