commercialism : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  transactions (sales and purchases) having the objective of supplying commodities (goods and services)
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  • Tonys 2013: Incomparable host Neil Patrick Harris sells Broadway
    A jubilant show marked by another stellar night from Neil Patrick Harris who flaunts the Great White Way's unconventional spirit. Few may be popping Champagne corks for a Broadway season in which ticket prices went up, attendance went down and commercialism ran amok. But if anything could restore faith in the American theater it was Sunday's exuberant Tony Awards ceremony at Radio City Music ...
    June 10, 2013 - Los Angeles Times

  • Michel Platini in Times Online
    This article doesn't go far enough to protect football from the rampant commercialism which assails on all sides,Platini said. "Millions of football fans, for whom I speak, are calling on Europe to do more to defend our football and the...
  • Cardinal George Pell in The Australian
    There's nothing immoral with a little commercialism,Cardinal Pell said. "Our way of life is built on commercialism, on trade, on industry, on finance and people have got a right to make a living out of doing a good thing, which is...
  • Deval Patrick in International Herald Tribune
    Some people in Muslim cultures identify democracy with the worst of Western popular culture and want no part of it. And I assure them, when I speak about the blessings of liberty, coarse videos and crass commercialism are not what I have in... President Bush Boston Globe (registration) Jun 30, 2004 19923 27715 commercialization We want Massachusetts to provide the global platform for bringing your innovations from the drawing board to the market, from inspiration to commercialization, from ideas to cures," Patrick said.

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