- n. Plural form of synergy.
“The company also long has sought to create what it calls "synergies" between its hardware and entertainment groups, a goal that has proved elusive as the groups clashed over strategy and direction.”
“Renuart said he believes NORAD and the Northern Command should remain under the same commander because of what he called synergies in cyber security, intelligence and other areas.”
“We are confident that we'll be able to achieve our objective of $400 million in synergies," Chief Executive Shlomo Yanai said Tuesday.”
“Long-term synergies will be achieved by combining DMV-Fonterra Excipients current global market position and sales network with Brahmar Cellulose extensive product knowledge and market position in India," said DMV-Fonterra Excipients Chief Executive Jan Jongsma.”
“Sales contributions and the realization of cost saving synergies from the acquisition of competitor ICO in April should drive growth," he said.”
“In total, around $5.6 billion of a total of $11.5 billion in potential synergies from the deal could come through such agreements.”
“RBC Capital Markets analyst Hank Calenti described the deal as pulling "a rabbit from a hat" to raise cash, and said that it would be hard for Barclays to dig out the proposed long-term synergies from the deal.”
“Google (etc) buy them because they instantly realize fairly significant synergies from a user base, because they want to learn/capture technology, or simply because they want the people.”
“Â However, we realized there were few long-term synergies between the two businesses.”
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