• There is obvious scope for this in Europe, where the degree of conglomeration is still far higher than in America.

    ECONOMIST: Mergers and acquisitions

  • This is not the kind of conglomeration you see at, say, Tyco.

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  • Hype Machine is sort of a conglomeration of Pandora and last.fm.

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  • The seeds for this conglomeration of scientific talent were a cluster of research institutes like Salk, Burnham and Scripps, all near La Jolla, plus the University of California campus.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • But everybody knows that pooling-of-interest accounting, which tends to inflate reported earnings after a merger, helped encourage the conglomerate craze of the late Sixties, and that changing those rules made conglomeration much less attractive.

    FORBES: Why Everybody's Jumping On The Accountants These Days

  • Started in 1987 as a local music show, SXSW has grown into an amazing conglomeration of music, film and interactive shows alongside conferences that run the gamut from gaming to design to TED-like talks.

    FORBES: Your Guide to Coachella and Upcoming Music Festivals

  • Some of these customers are to be found just up the road, part of the dense engineering conglomeration of this most industrious of towns, but others, such as Boeing Aerospace, for which Pietro Carnaghi has built a machine to shape the top of Delta-4 rockets, are in America.

    ECONOMIST: The complications of clustering

  • But perhaps at the political level, we should dare to say that there has always been a tension on how power is shared because the way power is shared determines the way resources are distributed and shared in a country such as ours that has a very large conglomeration of communities or tribes as they are commonly called.

    NPR: Nobel Laureate Explains Kenya's Battle for Peace

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