Examples of empire in a Sentence
She built a tiny business into a worldwide empire.
He controlled a cattle empire in the heart of Texas.
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In addition to the long-running diesel saga, unions are flexing their muscles and resisting disposals of ill-fitting remnants from past empire-building such as the Ducati motorbike brand and divisions that make power plants and ship engines.
He's been selected as part of a delegation that will try to broker peace between two Klingon houses spurned by Kol's new empire and the Federation.
The Wall Street Journal added more than 300,000 digital subscriptions in the year to June, but a sharp fall in advertising crimped revenues by 6% at Dow Jones, the division of News Corp, Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, that houses the newspaper.
Among the most famous pop culture iconography from Hefner's Playboy empire: The Playboy Mansion and featured Playmates (a term that ran starting with the second issue of the magazine.
The Deal: In 1993, Peltz bought out a chunk of former corporate raider Victor Posner’s crumbling empire, called DWG, for $72 million and renamed it Triarc.
Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop empire recently expanded to include a print magazine and a shoe collection with legendary footwear designer Christian Louboutin.
With his brother Donald, Newhouse inherited a magazine empire from their father, Solomon I. Newhouse.
Has the business of the United States been compromised to protect the business of the Trump empire?
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