conglomerateur
noun Etymology: 3conglomerate + -eur (as in entrepreneur) Date: 1969 a person who forms or heads a conglomerate ; conglomerator

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  • conglomerateur — /keuhn glom euhr euh terr , keuhng /, n. a person who forms a corporate conglomerate by acquiring a group of companies, services, etc. Also, conglomerator /keuhn glom euh ray teuhr, keuhng /. [1965 70; CONGLOMERATE + eur, prob. extracted from… …   Universalium

  • conglomerateur — con·glom·e·ra·teur …   English syllables

  • conglomerateur — kənˌgläm(ə)rə̇ˈtər; R ˈtə̄ noun ( s) Etymology: conglomerate + eur (as in entrepreneur) : one who forms or heads a conglomerate * * * /keuhn glom euhr euh terr , keuhng /, n. a person who forms a corporate conglomerate by acquiring a group of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • con|glom|er|a|tor — «kuhn GLOM uh RAY tuhr», noun. = conglomerateur. (Cf. ↑conglomerateur) …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Steven Florio — Steven T. Steve Florio (1949 ndash; December 27, 2007) was an American magazine publisher and conglomerateur, was CEO and President of both Conde Nast Publications and The New Yorker , as well as publisher of GQ .Born in Queens, New York, Florio… …   Wikipedia

  • conglomerator — [kən gläm′ər āt΄ər] n. CONGLOMERATEUR * * * See conglomeratic. * * * …   Universalium

  • conglomerator — [kən gläm′ər āt΄ər] n. CONGLOMERATEUR …   English World dictionary

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