spinout


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spin·out

 (spĭn′out′)
n.
1. An instance of spinning out: a motorist who was injured in a spinout.
2. A spinoff, especially a business that is spun off from a larger company.
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Constantine Metal Resources Ltd (CVE:CEM) (OTCMKTS:CNSNF) is moving forward with its spinout of HighGold following shareholder approval, the company announced Friday.
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BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-June 20, 2019-T-street Capital finalizes spinout of private equity fund from Commercial Bank
The acquisition was part of a spinout from US-based television broadcast company Raycom Media as a result of their merger with Gray Television.
The acquisition was part of a spinout from Raycom Media as a result of their merger with Gray Television.
Biogelx, which was a spinout from the University of Strathclyde, manufacturers bioink and 3D hydrogels.
LeoLabs is venture-funded spinout of Silicon Valley research pioneer, SRI International that provides access to critical mapping and SSA data for low Earth orbit.
In such a scenario, he sees potential for 13% downside to Facebook shares if the company were to be forced to spinout Instagram due to the added costs of running two separate companies.
Earlier, he was executive chairman and interim CEO of Marlin Gold Mining Ltd.), leading the company through the spinout of Sailfish and the merger of Marlin with Golden Reign Resources Ltd.
PENARTH.BASED life sciences firm EKF has announced plans to spinout its kidney disease artificial intelligence technology business in a move that could raise up to PS25m.
Q What are the options for stopping bearing spinout?