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  • n. Plural form of synergy.

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Examples

  • 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.

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  • Beyond driving short term synergies by partnering with ICG Commerce, AdvancePierre Foods can immediately begin reaping the benefits of our world-class procurement infrastructure and its embedded expertise, market insights and benchmarks to help transform procurement and support its growth initiatives.

  • 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.

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  • "We are confident that we'll be able to achieve our objective of $400 million in synergies," Chief Executive Shlomo Yanai said Tuesday.

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  • "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.

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  • "Sales contributions and the realization of cost saving synergies from the acquisition of competitor ICO in April should drive growth," he said.

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  • In total, around $5.6 billion of a total of $11.5 billion in potential synergies from the deal could come through such agreements.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  •   However, we realized there were few long-term synergies between the two businesses.

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