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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Our purpose is not to complement the previously cited literature in evaluating the diversification strategy of Japanese firms, but instead to focus on portfolio restructuring in Japan from the perspective of both divesture activities and related-asset expansion activities.
We understand this announcement will create uncertainty for Arizona Chemical employees, their families and other stakeholders, and we will do all we can to assist employees with any issues that arise during this divesture process.
Pro forma for expected divestures, Fitch expects unadjusted gross leverage of approximately 2.
The changes made to the pipeline tariff were made in accordance with standard practices and reflect market conditions and were in no way intended to impact Eastman's operation of its facilities in Longview nor were these changes made to delay Eastman's divesture efforts.
TRI has been reviewing its portfolio of assets and has announced a number of divestures over the past year.
The sale of these interests represents a divesture of non-strategic assets," said Dana President and Chief Executive Officer Roger J.
Prior to its divesture, Hodge Foundry was a division of Metso Minerals Industries, Inc.
The company has indicated that proceeds from divestures are expected to be approximately $1 billion, not including proceeds from the healthcare divesture.
Nasdaq: ESMC) today announced the divesture of its SMARTNEEDLE and pd ACCESS Doppler guided needle product lines to Vascular Solutions, Inc.
Fitch believes that the divesture will have a nominal increase on leverage (increase gross and net leverage by less than 0.
The Verizon divesture was expected and has no impact on the Company's business relationship with Verizon.
The 142 basis-point increase was driven by higher incentive compensation, store divesture expenses and continued strategic capability investments to improve the Company's gross profit rate and accelerate the Commercial business.
Divesture of Life Science Products Allows Clear Focus on Molecular Cancer Profiling Opportunity
The divesture of Ashburn, Virginia-based Cizer Software Corporation by CALIBRE will allow it to focus on cultivating high-growth opportunities and maintain momentum in its market space.