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The merger of several major firms into the Vereinigte Stahlwerke ( United Steel Works ) in 1926 was modeled on the U. S. Steel corporation in the United States.
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At the same time, several Free Software opinion leaders ( including Eben Moglen, Pamela Jones of Groklaw, Jan Wildeboer and Carlo Piana, who also acted as co-counsel in the merger regulation procedure ) advocated for the unconditional approval of the merger.
* Paramount has TV and digital rights to some films in the Nelson Entertainment catalog, also as a result of the Viacom merger, including the Bill & Ted films – all other rights, including Nelson's later films and the copyright to Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey, reside with MGM ( several other Nelson films are owned by Paramount for TV and digital distribution through the Spelling merger, as Worldvision at one point had rights to some Nelson films as well );
The two main parties are the Sammarinese Christian Democratic Party ( PDCS ) and the Party of Socialists and Democrats ( PSD, a merger of the Socialist Party of San Marino and the Party of Democrats ) in addition to several other smaller parties.
Syncretism may involve the merger and analogising of several originally discrete traditions, especially in the theology and mythology of religion, thus asserting an underlying unity and allowing for an inclusive approach to other faiths.
Reports that the Constitution Party discussed a merger between several third parties such as the Reform Party, Independent American Party, American Independent Party, and the America First Party have been refuted by other accounts of the events.
* As a result of the merger of several small oil companies, John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil Company controls 84 % of the USA's oil and most American pipelines.
After agreeing to divest funeral home and cemetery locations in several markets and end licensing agreements with other funeral homes, the FTC allowed the merger to continue.
One factor was the forced merger of several major Quebec cities, such as Montreal, Quebec City and Hull / Gatineau.
The merger was very unpopular in those areas, resulting in Liberal wins in several of the merged areas.
After the Pfizer merger, the SUGEN site was shut down in 2003, with the loss of over 300 jobs, and the transfer of several programs to Pfizer.
All pagan deities were referred to as " devils " by some Christian sorces, thus it is possible that this image is merger of several deities, first of all chtonic gods, and folklore does indeed refer to there being several devils, though occasionally there is one main entity identified.
The period also saw government involvement in industrial rationalisation, and the merger of several car companies to form British Leyland.
Japan Ministry of Defense's analyst Takesada points out that North Korea's desire of unification is similar to North Vietnam, and warns of the possibility of North Korea's compulsory merger with South Korea by threats of nuclear weapons, taking advantage of any possible decrease in the US military presence in South Korea, after North Korea deploys several hundred mobile ICBMs aimed at the US.
Merged with Saint Pius ( Holy Trinity of Bedford Heights also closes in the three way merger ; merged churches renamed Our Lady of Hope ( Saint Wenseslas of Maple Heights merged previously several years before with Saint Pius ).
This merger resulted in the creation of several separated sections of the city in parts of the township that had experienced annexations by Dayton, Huber Heights, and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
It has existed in its current form since 1 January 2007 following a merger of several smaller municipalities.
There was some speculation that the Country Party would be included in the merger ( as had already happened in several states ), but Fadden was keen to assert the independence of his party.
Since the merger of Age Concern England and Help the Aged, Age UK has taken over the mantle of the national face of Age in the UK, and several local organisations have also adopted the new name, many local organisations continue to operate as Age Concerns.
The two active services, XM and Sirius, merged into Sirius XM Canada in 2011, several months after a similar merger between their American counterparts.
The college traces its origins to the merger of several institutions which became public in 1967, when the Quebec system of CEGEPs was created.
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The only major Roman club to resist the merger was S. S. Lazio because of the intervention of the army General Vaccaro, member of the club and executive of Italian Football Federation.
Then in the early 1980s there were major changes in the Australian brewing industry, including the merger of Castlemaine ( Brisbane ), Swan ( Perth ) and Toohey's ( Sydney ) into a national brewing group, as a result of acquisitions by Perth entrepreneur Alan Bond.
On 1 January 1964, a major municipal merger took place: the neighbouring municipalities of Leinstrand ( population: 4, 193 ), Byneset ( population: 2, 049 ), Strinda ( population: 44, 600 ), and Tiller ( population: 3, 595 ) were all merged with the city of Trondheim ( population: 56, 982 ), which just about doubled the population of the municipality.
The Big 12 Conference is the second youngest of the major college athletic conferences in the United States, having formed in 1994 from a merger of one of the oldest conferences, the Big Eight, with four prominent colleges from Texas.
After its merger with Google, YouTube assured the RIAA that they would find a way to pay royalties through a bulk agreement with the major record labels.
The newly created major command from this merger, Air Force Material Command ( AFMC ), remains Eglin's parent command to this day.
After the major merger of five councils to form the Long Rivers Council, the plans for additional camps on the undeveloped east side were scrapped.
No. 308 which called the merger of the Philippine Constabulary with the Armed Forces, making it one more major command.
This merger included companies such as Heuliez and Karosa, and the result was Irisbus, one of the major manufacturers in the passenger transport sector, which was further strengthened by the acquisition of the Hungarian company Ikarusbus.
He played a large role in bringing the two major groups of independence fighters, ZANU and ZAPU, together to form the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front, a merger that took place in 1988.
Ebner, who supported the idea of a merger, led a major shareholder revolt that resulted in the replacement of UBS's chairman, Robert Studer.
After becoming a naturalized British citizen in 1902, he was involved in arranging the 1907 merger resulting in Royal Dutch / Shell and emerged from that effort as a major shareholder.
Reasons for the merger included creating a bank better positioned to serve corporate clients and to fend off competition from major international banks.
It is often only when a relatively large proportion of the funds are needed at one time ; or they are called upon for another use ; or, when a major institutional reorganization ( the closing or moving of a plant or business office, or a merger / acquisition of a firm ) requires the complete and independent accounting of all real and liquid assets ; prior to, or concurrent with, the reorganization, that the victims realize the funds, savings, assets or other resources, are missing and that they have been duped by the embezzler.
The merger may have saved Sky financially as it had very few major advertisers at the time, so acquiring BSB's healthier advertising contracts and equipment helped to solve the company's problems.
The Brecks-Colonels franchise is the last team from the four currently extant major professional sports leagues of North America to play its home games in Kentucky, although the Kentucky Colonels played in the American Basketball Association from 1967 until the ABA-NBA merger brought the ABA into the National Basketball Association after the 1975-76 season.
Newark is a major hub for United Airlines ( previously Continental Airlines before the 2010 merger ).
While the two other major Methodist denominations in America — the MEC and the Methodist Protestant Church — had agreed to ordain women either as local elders and deacons ( the MEC ) or full clergy ( the Methodist Protestant Church ), the MEC, South did not ordain women as pastors at the time of the 1939 merger that formed The Methodist Church.
The merger announcement by CN's Paul Tellier and BNSF's Robert Krebs was greeted with skepticism by the U. S. government's Surface Transportation Board ( STB ), and protested by other major North American rail companies, namely Canadian Pacific Railway ( CPR ) and Union Pacific Railroad ( UP ).