split-off


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split-off

n
1. commerce a separation (from the main group)
2. (Commerce) commerce a separation (from the main group)
Translations

split-off

[ˈsplɪtɒf] Nseparación f (Pol) → escisión f
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SDS ) in connection with financing transactions used to provide a portion of the consideration for the split-off of Sungard Availability Services Capital, Inc.
PPG Industries has commenced its exchange offer related to the split-off transaction of its commodity chemicals business.
April 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mosaic Company (NYSE: MOS) will hold a special meeting of stockholders to consider and vote upon certain matters in connection with its previously announced split-off transaction with Cargill.
8 April 2011 - S&P on Thursday placed its BBB- corporate credit and senior unsecured debt ratings of US online travel company Expedia Inc (NASDAQ:EXPE) on "negative" watch taking into account its split-off agenda.
In a research note, Exane BNP Paribas said a split-off of the fixed-line network was unlikely, and Telecom Italia's management and some shareholders, including Telefonica, opposed it.
Before restructuring, the taxpayer investigated several options, including (1) maintaining the status quo, (2) a leveraged recapitalization or a full recapitalization with a spin-off of the lesser business divisions, and (3) divestiture of the lesser business divisions, including a targeted stock offering or an initial public offering (IPO) with a split-off or spin-off.
announced Monday its stockholders approved transactions that will result in the split-off of its subsidiary, Hughes Electronics Corp.
Split-off point is the point in a common process where the separate primary products and byproducts emerge.
The AAE is a split-off branch of the Communist Workers Party.
1) A number of related provisions and conforming amendments were adopted at the same time, the cumulative effect of which is to revise substantially the conditions for obtaining a tax-free separation -- whether as a spin-off, split-off, or split-up(2) -- of one corporation from another pursuant to section 355.
The hardest stuff to hit EDS since the split-off from GM came last October, when Alberthal announced that the company's growth rate for both top-line revenues and net income would slow into the first quarter of 1997.