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  • the leading global producer of jet engines for commercial and military aircraft. That business was swelled considerably by the acquisition in early 2007 for $4.8bn of Smiths Aerospace, which makes also
  • It also acquired Cosworth racing engines from Audi, following Volkswagen's unsuccessful attempt to seize control of Rolls-Royce. At the same time, newly appointed CEO Jac Nasser unveiled an ambitious
  • manufacturing business in return for a steady supply of engines and other parts. For the next 12 years, virtually all Ford cars were made with Dodge parts, but the brothers dissolved the partnership with
  • and visual search engine Corrigon. Several larger acquired businesses have been sold over the past few years. In 2011 the company announced the acquisition for $2.4bn of digital marketing company GSI
  • Kent too handed over the keys to the Coca-Cola engine in 2015 to British-born James Quincey. Partly to reduce the emphasis of its dominance in the carbonated market, Coca-Cola likes to present itself
  • The most significant of these, and the engine for the group as a whole, is its US credit card business. This has long been regarded as one of the world's most innovative financial services companies.
  • and set up a new company to develop gasoline-powered engines. In 1903, he set out to build his first motor car and sold control of the business to backers in order to raise funding. William Durant ran
  • This was acquired by UK shop WCRS in 1988, and Eskandarian spent some time there before leaving in 1990 to acquire Boston-based creative agency Arnold & Co. That business had been founded in 1946 by Arnold
  • Avon is the largest engine of economic opportunity for women on earth". However progress wasn't without its hurdles. Fierce competition from the likes of P&G and L'Oreal caused Avon's turnaround to
  • music and apps. This is the engine behind what became Apple's second biggest income stream in fiscal 2016. Revenues from what Apple calls Services jumped by 22% that year to $24.35bn, overtaking both

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