Definition of Monopolizer. Meaning of Monopolizer. Synonyms of Monopolizer

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Definition of Monopolizer

Monopolizer
Monopolizer Mo*nop"o*li`zer, n. One who monopolizes.

Meaning of Monopolizer from wikipedia

- In United States antitrust law, monopolization is illegal monopoly behavior. The main categories of prohibited behavior include exclusive dealing, price...
- Monopolizing may refer to: Monopolization, a crime under United States antitrust law The act of creating, maintaining, or using power derived from a monopoly...
- marginal cost that leads to a high monopoly profit. The verb monopolise or monopolize refers to the process by which a company gains the ability to raise prices...
- American missionary families and businessmen known as "the Big Five", who monopolized control of the sugar industry's profits. By the time Hawaiian annexation...
- alleged that IBM violated the Sherman Antitrust Act by monopolizing or attempting to monopolize the general-purpose electronic digital computer system...
- Trade Commission as well as a coalition of several states for illegal monopolization and antitrust. The FTC and states sought the courts to force Facebook...
- "Yandere-chan", who has taken it upon herself to eliminate anyone she believes is monopolizing her senpai's attention. The player controls Ayano Aishi (nicknamed Yandere-chan)...
- that UFC violated Section 2 of the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890 by monopolizing the alleged market for elite professional MMA athletes' services". On...
- Russia's intent to share some of their research with the world so as to not monopolize the field, similar to their current sharing of nuclear technologies, maintaining...
- social and economic life of the country, political power continued to be monopolized by the royal family leading to discontent among many Saudis who began...