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Synonyms for conglomerate

Synonyms for conglomerate

a composite rock made up of particles of varying size

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

composed of heterogeneous elements gathered into a mass

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It has been found that in all cases risks of the merged companies were higher than their pre-merger level, but for conglomerates the change was significantly lower.
In so doing, Congress and Clinton have opened the door for banks, securities firms, insurance companies, and in some cases nonfinancial corporations to combine into a handful of giant conglomerates.
Debt-financed, aggressive expansion by Korea's conglomerates forced the country into the debt crisis that, at the end of 1997, led to a $58-billion bailout from the International Monetary Fund.
It's worth recalling in such an atmosphere that the democratic version of populism - the kind that wasn't generated outright by the media conglomerates - has traditionally been concerned above all with challenging the power of corporations.
In the last 2 years news of the collapse of conglomerates in Indonesia seems to be unending.
Mr Kang Bong-kyun, chief economic aide to President Kim Dae-jung, said the deal would end months of Government efforts to persuade South Korea's bloated, debt-ridden conglomerates to swap or merge some of their overlapping subsidiaries.
8 Kyodo The Fair Trade Commission (FTC) is now scrutinizing moves among companies belonging to each of Japan's six major conglomerates to strengthen capital and business ties within their conglomerate, the FTC said in a survey released Thursday.
Finally, the third period examined in this paper involves the years from the civil right movement to 1990, when black manufacturers began to lose ground to white-owned conglomerates in corporate America.
Evaporation of the water could then have cemented the fragments into conglomerates held together by minerals such as calcium carbonate.
Ayala Corporation, one of the leading conglomerates in the Philippines and Integreon's majority shareholder, provided funding to finance the acquisition and future expansion capital.
According to the related law, we will ask conglomerates for their voluntary cooperation for our second step," an FTC official said.
MANILA, Philippines The super consortium of seven conglomerates seeking to develop the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) is now preparing its ambitious proposal and expects to formally submit it next year.
6 billion, much lower than the valuation of other major conglomerates in the country.
APRA announced in March 2016 that it was deferring capital requirements for conglomerates until a number of other domestic and international policy initiatives are further progressed.
The paper, issued jointly by the European banking and insurance supervisory committees, CEBS and CEIOPS, responds to a European Commission request for guidance on the review of the Financial Conglomerates Directive (FCD).