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the state of being allied or confederated

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a connection based on kinship or marriage or common interest

a formal agreement establishing an association or alliance between nations or other groups to achieve a particular aim

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the act of forming an alliance or confederation

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give it some room to take off and to be a functioning entity without concerns about undercapitalization - the members committed themselves to paying about two years of Alliance operating income needs.
Not only was the Northwest/KLM alliance the first major airline alliance in the world, ours is the most deeply integrated," said Phil Haan, executive vice president - international, alliances and information technology and chairman of NWA Cargo.
Senior alliance executives and experts will share strategies on how to drive, manage, and increase your alliance success rate over the course of this three-day event.
Use this report to understand the complexities of the various types of strategic alliances, analyze the key issues and critical success factors behind building and managing effective alliances and ensure you negotiate the best deal terms for your company.
The SVP Alliance made several key announcements today, gaining important market traction as Broadcom, Conexant, Humax, Pace, Samsung, Thomson have become official licensees of SVP technology.
Archstone Consulting's Life Sciences Group has completed an in-depth study revealing key trends in Alliance Management from both a co-development and co-promotional perspective.
An analysis of sales and marketing alliances in the residential retail market.
In this report, we provide some background on these alliances and then discuss the advantages and disadvantages of alliances both for academia and for pharmaceutical and biotech companies.
With a scope that includes all IEEE 802 Ethernet standards, the Ethernet Alliance will serve as an industry resource and will help member companies increase acceptance and reduce time-to-market of Ethernet products by supporting the advancement of existing and emerging Ethernet technologies.
In addition to UNH-IOL, founding members of the Ethernet Alliance include 3COM, ADC, Agere Systems, AMCC, Aquantia, Broadcom, Force10 Networks, Foundry Networks, Intel, Lawrence Berkeley Labs, Pioneer Corporation, Quake Technologies, Samsung, Sun Microsystems, Tehuti Networks, Tyco Electronics, The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), and Xilinx.
Alliance is committed to offering safe and affordable options to our customers," said Rick Ferreira, president of Alliance Medical Corporation.
Accounting firms worldwide have for many years formed alliances, and there are good reasons to do so.
Today, the oldest of the major aviation alliances boasts 15 players, including Varig, Mexicana de Aviacion and United Airlines.
Some insurers are using strategic alliances as a quick and profitable alternative to mergers and acquisitions.
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