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With an early coup — the first cartoonist they signed was Garry Trudeau, then a student cartoonist for the Yale Daily News and later of “Doonesbury” fame — their operation grew into the world’s largest independent newspaper syndicate.

If the syndicate knew that it would be on the hook for lawsuits, Pearson reasoned, it would force him to cut controversial accusations and to issue retractions in response to legal threats.

The money went out quickly but was sometimes taken advantage of by larger companies that did not need it and criminal syndicates that escaped detection.

Nigerian founders-turned-investors are now running syndicate fundsThis round is also a big step for Future Africa.

Yet behind the scenes, the FBI had been collecting fresh information about a suspected syndicate figure long tied to political corruption and violence in the 24th Ward.

Héctor's older brothers Arturo and Alfredo were men with the right temperament to preside over a multinational crime syndicate.

Seventeen months later, a recently awoken Kennex is obsessed with figuring out how The Syndicate planned the ambush.

Mahmoud Abbas and his Fatah syndicate still wielded the political power.

Newsmax pays to syndicate their columns, and their stature lends the site credibility.

It's all done on behalf of a syndicate, in which "everybody has a share."

Bidault was one of the syndicate that engineered the bankruptcy of Birotteau in 1819.

Girra was a powerful figure in the metropolitan pin-ball game syndicate and had a piece of the number policy racket too.

He was on his way to pay the money to the heads of a syndicate in control of Chicago's gambling concession.

These men agreed to form with the Burbages a syndicate to finance the erection of a new playhouse.

They talked of Crozier's land deal and syndicate as they walked slowly towards the house.


On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to syndicate, such as: association, cartel, conglomerate, gang, mob, and organization.

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