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27th Jun '17 5:07:18 PM nombretomado
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* The modern Macy's, Inc. is made of this trope, many times over. TheOtherWiki lists 31 department store chains that were renamed Macy's...that doesn't count the stores that ''those'' chains had previously taken over (including historical rival Gimbels.) Many of them were beloved regional stores like Filene's, Rich's, Foley's and Burdines; many Marshall Field's customers still haven't gotten over it. It's even more complicated than that. The May Company merged with Federated, which then renamed the more lucrative May stores into the more well-known Kaufmanns. Federated then bought Macys and decided to take the now-Kaufmanns that were at this point more lucrative but less well known than Macys and rename them into Macys.

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* The modern Macy's, Inc. is made of this trope, many times over. TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki lists 31 department store chains that were renamed Macy's...that doesn't count the stores that ''those'' chains had previously taken over (including historical rival Gimbels.) Many of them were beloved regional stores like Filene's, Rich's, Foley's and Burdines; many Marshall Field's customers still haven't gotten over it. It's even more complicated than that. The May Company merged with Federated, which then renamed the more lucrative May stores into the more well-known Kaufmanns. Federated then bought Macys and decided to take the now-Kaufmanns that were at this point more lucrative but less well known than Macys and rename them into Macys.
17th Jun '17 8:07:40 PM jormis29
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* "Samsony" (Samsung Sony) from ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary''. Sergeant Schlock's drug of choice being a powdery substance named Ovalqwik, one can infer that the brands Ovomaltine (Ovaltine in the US) and Nestle's Quik have also become a single entity. There was also a reference to playing "[[Franchise/{{Halo}} Master Chief]] [[SuperMarioBros Mario]]" on a "[[UsefulNotes/NintendoWii Wii]][[UsefulNotes/XBoxThreeSixty Box]]".

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* "Samsony" (Samsung Sony) from ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary''. Sergeant Schlock's drug of choice being a powdery substance named Ovalqwik, one can infer that the brands Ovomaltine (Ovaltine in the US) and Nestle's Quik have also become a single entity. There was also a reference to playing "[[Franchise/{{Halo}} Master Chief]] [[SuperMarioBros Mario]]" on a "[[UsefulNotes/NintendoWii Wii]][[UsefulNotes/XBoxThreeSixty "[[UsefulNotes/{{Wii}} Wii]][[UsefulNotes/XBox Box]]".
21st May '17 6:31:06 AM Ominae
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** Several video game companies have done this as a result of mergers/buyouts, including Creator/SquareEnix, Creator/{{Koei}} Creator/{{Tecmo}}, Creator/{{Activision}} Creator/{{Blizzard|Entertainment}}, and Creator/NamcoBandai.

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** Several video game companies have done this as a result of mergers/buyouts, including Creator/SquareEnix, Creator/{{Koei}} Creator/{{Tecmo}}, Creator/{{Activision}} Creator/{{Blizzard|Entertainment}}, and Creator/NamcoBandai.Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment.
16th May '17 5:36:40 PM nombretomado
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** [[TheTwoRonnies A very slightly risque British comedy duo]] made a joke about Cunard Lines merging with Aer Lingus, to form... [[SubvertedPunchline Aer Cunard]]. Boom boom!

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** [[TheTwoRonnies [[Series/TheTwoRonnies A very slightly risque British comedy duo]] made a joke about Cunard Lines merging with Aer Lingus, to form... [[SubvertedPunchline Aer Cunard]]. Boom boom!
16th Apr '17 5:42:24 PM nombretomado
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* In the sci-fi webcomic ''{{Starslip}}'', the crew is sent to explore a GhostShip that once belonged to the "Canamerexican Alliance". The comic is set so far in the future that ''this'' conglomeration is now just a part of their ancient history, having given way to global and interstellar governments.

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* In the sci-fi webcomic ''{{Starslip}}'', ''Webcomic/{{Starslip}}'', the crew is sent to explore a GhostShip that once belonged to the "Canamerexican Alliance". The comic is set so far in the future that ''this'' conglomeration is now just a part of their ancient history, having given way to global and interstellar governments.
2nd Feb '17 10:54:35 AM WillyFourEyes
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** Several video game companies have done this as a result of mergers/buyouts, including Creator/SquareEnix, Creator/{{Tecmo}} Creator/{{Koei}}, Creator/{{Activision}} Creator/{{Blizzard|Entertainment}}, and Creator/NamcoBandai.
** And about Square Enix, also this company bought other ones that now are all branded as Square Enix, most prominently Creator/{{Taito}} Conglomerate and Creator/EidosInteractive (later merged into Square Enix Europe.)
** Creator/{{SNK}} went to bankrupcy in 2001 but quickly was bought by Playmore Corporation, founded by Eikichi Kawasaki, which was also SNK founder, and acquired all of the intellectual property of the former SNK Corporation. On 2003, Playmore Corporation was renamed to SNK Playmore Corporation, to more firmly establish itself as the successor to the SNK brand and legacy. On April 25, 2016, SNK dropped the "Playmore" name from its logo and reintroduced its original slogan, "The Future Is Now", as a means to signify "a return to SNK’s rich gaming history." On November 1, 2016, SNK Playmore announced that they will officially rename themselves back to SNK Corporation on December 1, 2016.
*** And also adquired Creator/{{ADK}} during the 2000s, which was one of SNK's third parties in the 90s, and all ADK characters were merged into SNK Universe.

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** Several video game companies have done this as a result of mergers/buyouts, including Creator/SquareEnix, Creator/{{Tecmo}} Creator/{{Koei}}, Creator/{{Koei}} Creator/{{Tecmo}}, Creator/{{Activision}} Creator/{{Blizzard|Entertainment}}, and Creator/NamcoBandai.
** And about The newly-merged Square Enix, also this company Enix bought other ones companies that now are all branded as under the Square Enix, Enix banner, most prominently Creator/{{Taito}} Conglomerate and Creator/EidosInteractive (later merged into Square Enix Europe.)
** Creator/{{SNK}} went to bankrupcy bankrupt in 2001 but was quickly was bought by Playmore Corporation, a company founded by Eikichi Kawasaki, which was also SNK founder, and acquired Kawashima, SNK's original founder. After acquiring all of the intellectual property of the former SNK Corporation. On 2003, SNK's franchises, Playmore Corporation was renamed changed its name to SNK Playmore Corporation, to more firmly establish itself as the successor to the SNK brand and legacy. On in 2003, which stuck until April 25, 2016, SNK when the company dropped the "Playmore" part of its name from its logo and reintroduced its original slogan, "The Future Is Now", as a means move to signify "a return to SNK’s rich gaming history." On November 1, 2016, SNK Playmore announced that they will officially rename themselves back to SNK Corporation on December 1, 2016.
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*** And also adquired Creator/{{ADK}} during In the early 2000s, which was SNK itself acquired Creator/{{ADK}}, one of SNK's third parties in the 90s, its third-party developers, and folded all ADK of its characters were merged into the larger SNK Universe.multiverse.
23rd Jan '17 12:53:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* Creator/CoryDoctorow's novel ''{{Makers}}'' has a major character unveil a new company called Kodacell, created by taking over both [[Creator/EastmanKodak Kodak]] and Duracell, and merging them.

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* Creator/CoryDoctorow's novel ''{{Makers}}'' ''Literature/{{Makers}}'' has a major character unveil a new company called Kodacell, created by taking over both [[Creator/EastmanKodak Kodak]] and Duracell, and merging them.



* Enigma Babylon One World Faith in the LeftBehind books, which consists of Roman Catholicism merged with various "heretical" Christian sects (as defined by the books' authors and the Tribulation Force characters) as well as other world religions.

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* Enigma Babylon One World Faith in the LeftBehind ''Literature/LeftBehind'' books, which consists of Roman Catholicism merged with various "heretical" Christian sects (as defined by the books' authors and the Tribulation Force characters) as well as other world religions.
17th Jan '17 12:45:07 PM Cyclone
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** Early revisions of the script had the company named "Leland-Toyota", making it an even more literal version of the trope.



** Early revisions of the script had the company named "Leland-Toyota", making it an even more literal version of the trope.
8th Jan '17 11:37:39 AM nombretomado
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* In the future of ''{{Marvel 2099}}'', Stark industries was bought out by Japanese corporation Fujikawa, forming Stark-Fujikawa, one of the many Mega-Corporations of the setting. Recursively, ''ComicBook/IronMan'' comics later established Fujikawa as a rival to Stark in ThePresentDay. The merger even happened in the present day, around the time that Iron Man was [[ComicBook/HeroesReborn stuck in an alternate universe for a year]], with Fujikawa CEO's daughter Rumiko becoming Tony's main love interest.

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* In the future of ''{{Marvel 2099}}'', ''ComicBook/Marvel2099'', Stark industries was bought out by Japanese corporation Fujikawa, forming Stark-Fujikawa, one of the many Mega-Corporations of the setting. Recursively, ''ComicBook/IronMan'' comics later established Fujikawa as a rival to Stark in ThePresentDay. The merger even happened in the present day, around the time that Iron Man was [[ComicBook/HeroesReborn stuck in an alternate universe for a year]], with Fujikawa CEO's daughter Rumiko becoming Tony's main love interest.
11th Dec '16 1:40:50 AM Mauserhawkefd3435
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* In the sci-fi webcomic ''{{Starslip}}'', the crew is sent to explore a GhostShip that once belonged to the "Canamerexican Alliance". The comic is set so far in the future that ''this'' conglomeration is now just a part of their ancient history, having given way to global and interstellar governments.



* In the sci-fi webcomic ''{{Starslip}}'', the crew is sent to explore a GhostShip that once belonged to the "Canamerexican Alliance". The comic is set so far in the future that ''this'' conglomeration is now just a part of their ancient history, having given way to global and interstellar governments.
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