megamerger

meg·a·merg·er

 (mĕg′ə-mûr′jər)
n.
A merger between two or more large corporations.
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A federal judge has blocked a megamerger between health insurance giants Aetna and Humana, ruling that the consolidation would violate antitrust laws and reduce competition.
A federal district court judge has blocked health insurer Anthem from acquiring Cigna, ruling the megamerger would violate antitrust laws and stifle competition.
5 billion megamerger with EE earlier this year, creating the UK's biggest telecoms company.
A potential Bayer-Monsanto deal isn't the only megamerger on the horizon in the industry.
5bn megamerger with EE on Friday, creating the UK's biggest telecoms company.
5bn megamerger with mobile phone firm EE, creating the UK's biggest telecoms company.
The megamerger between two Chinese state shipping giants was born out of necessity in a dismal market.
3billion megamerger with rival Gala Coral yesterday.
Clearing the way for the megamerger was an agreement by SABMiller to sell its 58% stake in the MillerCoors LLC joint venture to partner Molson Coors Brewing Co.
A megamerger is a costly, distracting, high stakes game.
Al Franken (D-MN), a Judiciary Committee member who says the megamerger will be bad for consumers.