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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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The common complaint among this group was that divestments were more complicated, yet did not receive the same attention from the business as acquisitions.
Forty-six percent of executives initiated their most recent divestment because the assets were not part of their core business.
Successful divestments achieve optimal value as a result of advanced planning that includes regular portfolio reviews, sophisticated analytical tools and a thoughtful divestment roadmap.
The companies the Presbyterian Church has targeted for divestment are Caterpillar, Hewlettt-Packard and Motorola Solutions.
revenue from traditional landline telephony, divestment of International Voice
another 280,000 metric tons/yr of woodfree coated capacity will also go with the divestment of the Grycksbo mill in Sweden
Ateek spoke of how North American churches had used divestment in the 1970s and '80s as part of a successful campaign to end apartheid in South Africa.
85% of respondents saw an increased valuation multiple in the remaining business by basing the divestment on an updated definition of core operations.
The OFT expects it to have the ability to compete and grow over time and has not recommended any changes to the current divestment plan.
Operating profit excluding exchange rate effects, divestments and items affecting comparability rose 17%.
This is a marked change from the past two years, when nearly 50% of divestments were driven by a need for a quick cash injection rather than a longer-term strategic objective.
It focusses on IOCs efforts to amass lucrative E&P assets using the proceeds of divestments.
Each company's growth strategies and major acquisitions and divestments in this market;
The top 10 companies in the Eastern European pharmaceutical industry were assessed on following parameters: each company's market share in the Eastern European pharmaceutical market; each company's marketed products, geographic and therapeutic focus; each company's growth strategies and major acquisitions and divestments in this market; key mergers and acquisitions formed by these companies; business-related strengths and weaknesses of these companies, and insights into the opportunities and threats facing them.
Business Restructuring in International Oil Companies (IOCs) - Increasing Focus on Upstream Business With Spin-Offs and Divestitures in Downstream Operations, is the latest report from GlobalData analyzing the recent divestments and spin-offs by integrated oil companies in the oil and gas industry.