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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In its divesture order, the DOJ explained that without the mandated sales, the prices for broadcast television spot advertising and the retransmission fees charged to cable and satellite providers "would likely increase" in the six DMAs singled out by the Justice Department.
Keywords: Portfolio restructuring * Divesture * Asset expansion * Corporate governance * Stakeholder influence * Japan
The company executed several divestures over the last few years, including assets such as Refineria San Lorenzo and Innova.
Teva (TEVA) has told analysts it is mulling additional asset sales as a way to reduce its high debt burden and Mylan (MYL) said it would seek opportunities to add new products to its portfolio but those plans may be challenged as the FTC announced earlier this month that it will no longer accept divestures of complex drugs under development.
Fitch believes management will continue to be disciplined in its approach to divestures and acquisitions.
TRI has been reviewing its portfolio of assets and has announced a number of divestures over the past year.
TRI has been reviewing its portfolio of assets and has announced a number of divestures over the past year including (completed and pending): its Scandinavian legal, tax and accounting businesses; BARBRI legal education; Enterprise Risk and Portia businesses.
Hoffman will oversee all activities related to mergers, acquisitions, divestures and other development transactions involving the 16-facility hospital company.
04 charge related to store divestures which were not included in, and continue to be excluded from, the Company's 2009 annual outlook.
He has had direct responsibility for acquisitions, divestures, restructurings, initial public offerings, private placements and preparing for compliance.
Berenfeld Spritzer tax professionals assist clients in litigation matters, mergers, acquisitions, divestures, valuations, international accounting, wealth management and estate planning.
This dynamic industry offers challenges associated with tracking new entries, mergers, acquisitions, divestures and health plans that no longer exist.