divestiture

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Synonyms for divestiture

the condition of being deprived of what one once had or ought to have

Words related to divestiture

an order to an offending party to rid itself of property

the sale by a company of a product line or a subsidiary or a division

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Yet, at the same time, because it is a robot, it would have far greater flexibility than the typical bell system.
In this well-written and important book, Green explores the connected history of such patterns in the Bell System between 1876 and 1984, "the convergence of gender, class, race, and technology in the workplace.
This was important because just about every activity and service in the Bell System was measured according to various performance standards.
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With an ordinary computer, there can be complete control over any bell system.
The glitches were inevitable: The heating system malfunctioned, the melodies to the bell system kept changing, and the afternoon traffic was a drag.
It has, then and now, catered to only a small segment of the buying public; those business people who, for one reason or another, could not abide the Bell System.
The school saved nearly $40,000 compared to a traditional bell system with tone generators, and is finding far more value with Barix through the IP environment.
The long and costly government action which led to divestiture began on November 20, 1974 when the Justice Department filed its antitrust suit seeking break-up of the Bell System.
He began his career in the Bell System as a manager and network engineer for New York Telephone, where he designed some of the earliest implementations of fiber optic technology in the United States.
History: When the Bell System first assigned area codes in 1947, California and Iowa each got three.
Karpinski, a former Bell System executive, has accepted an appointment to its Board of Directors.