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Synonyms for divestiture

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

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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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5 million in the corresponding period of the prior year primarily attributable to net gains from divestures in the prior year period and higher income taxes partly offset by lower net financial expense as mentioned above.
In this study, we focus on an important subset of portfolio restructuring activities: namely, asset divesture and asset expansion restructuring.
Fitch expects proceeds from divestures and cash generated by operations to be used for investments into its core businesses, acquisitions and for return of capital to shareholders (dividends and/or share buybacks).
Fitch expects proceeds from all of these divestures to be used for investments into its core businesses, acquisitions and for return of capital to shareholders (dividends and/or share buybacks).
Prior to joining IASIS, he served in similar roles for two other hospital companies - most recently as the senior vice president of development for Signature Hospital Corporation, headquartered in Houston, Texas, and previously as the vice president of acquisitions and divestures for Hospital Corporation of America, which operates 163 hospitals and 105 freestanding surgery centers.
Currently, the Company estimates that the incremental store divestures will result in a $0.
This dynamic industry offers challenges associated with tracking new entries, mergers, acquisitions, divestures and health plans that no longer exist.
Adjusted operating income (operating income before loss on product divestures and litigation settlement charges) for the quarter rose to $14.
Organic growth excludes the impact of currency exchange and acquisitions and divestures.
The downgrade also reflects Fitch's concerns about maintaining production levels post divestures as well as the company's long-term ability to replace reserves at economic costs.
Ian Shaw was Vice President Finance & CFO of the company from April to October 2004 and brings over thirty years of senior executive experience in the exploration and mining industry in accounting, finance, mergers, divestures, and regulatory compliance.