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to separate into parts with or as if with a sharp-edged instrument

to cut (a design or inscription) into a hard surface, especially for printing

Synonyms for carve

engrave or cut by chipping away at a surface

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Others carved out units but failed to give them the strong management teams they needed; still others simply failed to take advantage of the new structure, applying the same old compensation and management practices as before.
We track the parent companies' ownership stake of the carved out subsidiary for the four years following the carve-out and measure operating performance of the parent and subsidiary companies' assets for six years following the carve-out.
So it carved out HCIA in the expectation that its stock would achieve a higher price-to-earnings ratio, making it a more powerful currency with which to finance the acquisition of another provider.
The hypothesis also predicts that carve-outs could result in operating improvements for both the parent and the carved out subsidiary.
An equity carve-out is defined as an event in which the parent sells equity claims in a subsidiary through a public cash offering, but retains a majority holding in the carved out subsidiary for financial reporting, tax, or control considerations.