merger

listen to the pronunciation of merger
Englisch - Türkisch
birleşme

Birleşme %50-%50 oranla uygulandı. - The merger was implemented on a 50-50 ratio.

Şirket birleşmeler ve diğer fırsatlar üzerinde çalışmak için 25 yeni ortak ekledi. - The firm has added 25 new associates to work on mergers and other deals.

(Ticaret) kaynaşma
kaybolma
(Ticaret) şirketlerin birleşmesi
katılma
yutma
birleştirme
(Ticaret) şirket birleşmesi
bir firma ya da şirketin bir diğeriyle birleşmesi
İki veya daha çok şirketin birleşmesi
Şirket evliliği
bir mülk veya bir şirketin başkasıyle birleşmesi
(isim) birleşme
(Hukuk) şirketlerin bir diğeriyle birleşmesi
(Hukuk) füzyon
merger agreement
birleşme anlaşması
merger consideration
(Ticaret) birleşme bedeli
merger partner
(Ticaret) birleşim ortağı
merger sub
(Ticaret) birleşme tali şirketi
merger treaty
(Politika, Siyaset) birleşme anlaşması
merger treaty
(Politika, Siyaset) füzyon anlaşması
merger treaty
(Avrupa Birliği) Birleşme Antlaşması (1967)
mergers
(Ticaret) birleşmeler

Şirket birleşmeler ve diğer fırsatlar üzerinde çalışmak için 25 yeni ortak ekledi. - The firm has added 25 new associates to work on mergers and other deals.

post merger period
şirket birleşmesi sonrası dönem
absorption merger
(Ticaret) katılma suretiyle birleşme
by virtue of the merger
(Ticaret) birleşme nedeniyle
horizontal merger
(Ticaret) yatay birlik
legal merger
(Ticaret) yasal şirket birleşmesi
Englisch - Englisch
The act or process of merging two or more parts into a single unit

Club mergers reduced the number of teams by half.

A type of sound change where two or more sounds merge into one
An absorption of one or more estate(s) or contract(s) into one other, all being held by the same owner; of several counts of accusation into one judgement, etc
The legal union of two or more corporations into a single entity, typically assets and liabilities being assumed by the buying party
Honeywell bought GE's computer business in December 1970 This event is referred to as "the merger " Actually, Honeywell ended up running several unrelated and non-cooperating computer companies The major change seemed to be the nameplates on the machines GE's computer division became Honeywell LISD, with mostly the same management and policies
A merger occurs when two corporations join together into one, with one corporation surviving and the other corporation disappearing The assets and liabilities of the disappearing entity are absorbed into the surviving entity
Combination of two or more corporations
The integration of two or more independent companies where a new company is created to absorb the net assets of the original companies The absorption by a company of one or more companies occurs through a pooling of interests, purchase or consolidation
The acquisition of one company by another company whereby the companies combine as one legal entity, with the acquired company going out of existence
(1) Acquisition in which all assets and liabilities are absorbed by the buyer (2) More generally, any combination of two companies
The combination of two or more companies
an occurrence that involves the production of a union
The formation of one company from two or more previously existing companies through pooling of common stock, cash payment or a combination of both Mergers where common stock is exchanged for common stock are nontaxable and are called tax-free mergers BACK TO TOP
The legal consolidation of two or more organizations into one entity
The combining of two or more independent bodies into a single body
(1) Acquisition in which all assets and liabilities are absorbed by the buyer (2) More generally, any combination of two companies The firm's activity in this respect is sometimes called M&A (Merger and Acquisition)
The legal union of two or more corporations into a single entity, assets and liabilities being assumed by the buying firm
The legal process whereby one corporation acquires or joins with another
{i} result of the collaboration of two or more corporations into a single corporation, integration; fusion, agglomeration
The act of one company permanently joining another to become one company
The combining of two or more retail organizations into one company
The termination of the existence of a district, and the assumption of the district’s responsibilities by a city
A combination of two or more corporations wherein the dominant unit absorbs the passive ones, the former continuing operation usually under the same name In a consolidation two units combine and are succeeded by a new corporation, usually with a new titl
A merger is the joining together of two separate companies or organizations so that they become one. a merger between two of Britain's biggest trades unions. the joining together of two or more companies or organizations to form one larger one merger of/between. Combination of two or more independent business corporations into a single enterprise, usually involving the absorption of one or more firms by a dominant firm. The dominant firm may purchase the other firm's assets with cash or securities, purchase the other firm's stock, or issue its own stock to the other firm's stockholders in exchange for their shares in the acquired firm (thus acquiring the other company's assets and liabilities). In horizontal mergers, both firms produce the same commodity or service for the same market. In vertical mergers, a firm acquires either a supplier or a customer. If the merged business is not related to that of the acquiring firm, the new corporation is called a conglomerate. The reasons for mergers are various: the acquiring firm may seek to eliminate a competitor, to increase its efficiency, to diversify its products, services, and markets, or to reduce its taxes
A combination of two or more companies in which the assets and liabilities of the selling firm(s) are absorbed by the buying firm although the buying firm may be a considerably different organization after the merger, it retains its own identity
One who, or that which, merges
The act of merging
The statutory combination of two or more corporations in which one of the corporations survives and the other corporations cease to exist
An absorption of one estate, or one contract, into another, both being held by the same person
the combination of two or more commercial companies
An absorption of one estate, or one contract, in another, or of a minor offense in a greater
Acquisition in which all assets and liabilities of a company are absorbed by the buyer to form a combined business entity
The combination of two or more entities through a purchase acquisition or a pooling of interests Differs from a consolidation in that no new entity is created from a merger Topic areas: Governance
The joining of two or more businesses into a single economic entity
The joining together of two companies to form one entity
The combination of two or more companies, in which the resulting firms maintain the identity of the acquiring company
The combination of two or more companies, generally by offering the stockholders of one company securities in the acquiring company in exchange for the surrender of their stock
merger agreement
contract governing the merger of two or more companies
merger of companies
economic move that unites a number of small companies into a single large company
merger of the damage
neutralizing the effect of damage with damage of a much larger scale
cot-caught merger
A phonemic merger in some varieties of English (especially American and Canadian English) in which the vowels in words such as "hot" and "doll" and in words such as "law" and "talk" are pronounced identically, making the words "cot" and "caught" homophones
low back merger
Another name for the cot-caught merger
phonemic merger
The phenomenon in which two different phonemes merge and become replaced by a single phoneme
pin-pen merger
A phonemic merger where the vowels in "pet" and "pit" are pronounced the same before /n/ and /m/, making "pin" and "pen" homonyms
wine-whine merger
A merger in which ʍ (the sound heard at the beginning of the word whine in a Scottish accent or several accents in the United States) becomes w (the sound heard at the beginning of the word wine); in accents where this merger occurs, whine and wine are homophones
vertical merger
(Ekonomi) Merger in which a company that supplies a component merges with a company that uses the component in its product (ex: computer manufacturer acquires microchip company)
conglomerate merger
merger in which two companies engaged in completely different industries join together into one company (Economics)
horizontal merger
merger in which two companies working in the same field join together into one firm (Economics)
mergers
plural of merger
vertical merger
A merger in which one firm acquires another firm that is in the same industry but at another stage in the production cycle For example, the firm being acquired serves as a supplier to the firm doing the acquiring
vertical merger
When one firm acquires another firm that is in the same industry but at another stage in the production cycle For example, the firm being acquired serves as a supplier to the firm doing the acquiring
vertical merger
A merger of two firms that have previously had a buyer-seller relationship
vertical merger
a merger between two firms, one of which is a supplier or distributor for the other
vertical merger
The joining of two firms involved in different stages of related businesses
vertical merger
(Economics) merger in which a company that supplies a component merges with a company that uses the component in its product (ex: computer manufacturer acquires microchip company)
wrap up a merger
sign an agreement for a merger
merger
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