the consolidation of several intelligence agencies into one super agency
Recent Examples on the WebThe deal moves the North American oil industry farther down the path of consolidation.—Christopher Helman, Forbes, 12 Feb. 2024 If anything, the trajectory of media rights suggests consolidation, not expansion.—Jon Wilner, The Mercury News, 9 Feb. 2024 Few expect the wave of consolidation to slow anytime soon.—Mike Isaac, New York Times, 30 Jan. 2024 The result is a campaign with two centers of gravity, campaign officials juggling administrative jobs, and discord around consolidation.—Brady Knox, Washington Examiner, 15 Jan. 2024 Nick Marcil, who got undergraduate and master’s degrees in education and higher education policy from West Chester University, another Pennsylvania state school, joined protests on campus and in Harrisburg in 2021 against the consolidations.—Tribune News Service, Hartford Courant, 15 Jan. 2024 The cutbacks come as anything but surprising in an industry marred by layoffs and consolidation.—Vulture, 10 Jan. 2024 Some see this as a step toward eventually allowing interstate commerce, which would lead to consolidation across the industry and make border dispensaries dispensable.—Simon Montlake, The Christian Science Monitor, 23 Jan. 2024 Netflix, which has upended Hollywood over the last decade, scrambling old paradigms for making and releasing movies, and Comcast, a cable giant whose 2011 acquisition of NBCUniversal sparked a fresh wave of consolidation, both picked up 18 nominations.—Jordan Moreau, Variety, 23 Jan. 2024 See More
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