divestiture

[ US /daɪˈvɛstɪtʃɝ, dɪˈvɛstɪtʃɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the sale by a company of a product line or a subsidiary or a division
  2. an order to an offending party to rid itself of property; it has the purpose of depriving the defendant of the gains of wrongful behavior
    the court found divestiture to be necessary in preventing a monopoly
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How To Use divestiture In A Sentence

  • Discussions on other asset divestitures and business rationalisations are ongoing.
  • The company wanted the breakup to be referred to as "divestiture" only a few days earlier, but let it be dismemberment if it wishes.
  • In most divestiture cases (including AT&T) the divestiture is decision which is made by the company in order to avoid living under the terms of the consent decree (i.e. previous settlement). The Volokh Conspiracy » Destroying the Constitution’s Structure is not Constitutional
  • I am pleased that we have been able to conclude his recruitment and address his concerns regarding the interim rules on stock divestitures.
  • Sen. Blanche Lincoln's derivatives proposal, usually referred to as the divestiture or “push down” requirement, is the only worthwhile proposal in the Senate financial regulation bill. Praising Blanche Lincoln's Derivatives Proposal
  • Motives for merger, acquisition and divestiture activity in the water treatment chemical industry are varied.
  • Some of the required divestitures, however, never took place.
  • Analysts give him about a year and a half to show results before further divestitures or even a breakup becomes inevitable.
  • Besides , rapid progress was made in the divestiture of radio paging assets from the P & T sectors and the restructuring on a nationwide basis.
  • Besides , rapid progress was made in the divestiture of radio paging assets from the P & T sectors and the restructuring on a nationwide basis.
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