It's all done on behalf of a syndicate, in which "everybody has a share."
Newsmax pays to syndicate their columns, and their stature lends the site credibility.
In the end, notes Kelley, ABC refused to syndicate Walters' show, which she acknowledged lost her millions of dollars.
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.
The most magnificent pine timber covers its slopes, but it would take a syndicate to deliver one log at the railroad.
Do you know what could be done if that syndicate could be busted?
A company or syndicate was formed in February, 1859, for the purpose of establishing a new pastoral settlement in North Australia.
A French syndicate had approached him, but Petkoff would have none of them.
For that matter, the syndicate would gladly kick in with a million.
1620s, "council or body of representatives," from French syndicat, from syndic "representative of a corporation" (see syndic). Meaning "combination of persons or companies to carry out some commercial undertaking" first occurs 1865. Publishing sense of "association of publishers for purchasing articles, etc., for simultaneous publication in a number of newspapers" is from 1889. (Syndication "publication, broadcast, or ownership by a syndicate" is attested from 1925.) As a synonym for "organized crime, the Mob" it is recorded from 1929.