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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Type D divisive reorganizations can take the form of a split-up, a split-off, or a spinoff, whereby a corporation transfers part of its assets to one or more controlled corporations, which then distribute their stock in one of the following ways:
Fortive Corporation (FTV) announced that it has commenced an exchange offer related to the split-off of its Automation & Specialty platform.
Wabtec and GE Transportation will be combined in a transaction in which GE will sell a portion of the assets of GE Transportation to Wabtec; complete the spin-off or split-off of a portion of GE Transportation to GE shareholders; and immediately thereafter merge GE Transportation with a wholly owned subsidiary of Wabtec.
or GCI) and series of transactions that effected the split-off of GCI Liberty, the company said.
Please note that as a result of the completion of the LatAm split-off, the information included in this release represents our continuing operations, unless otherwise noted.
After the split-off, CBS Outdoor plans to convert into a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT).
[[DELTA].sub.0] gives the value of the split-off energy gap of the host semiconductor which for InAs, Insb, and GaSb are 0.39 eV, 0.81 eV, and 0.76 eV, respectively [9].
PPG Industries has commenced its exchange offer related to the split-off transaction of its commodity chemicals business.
The service will assess the impact of the split-off on Expedia's credit profile to resolve the "negative" watch.
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.
Kraft Foods announced that it has commenced its exchange offer related to the split-off of its Post cereals business.
Windstream also announced that it is seeking the consent of lenders to amend and restate $2.9 billion worth of senior secured credit facilities for a more favorable interest rate, modify the pre-payment provisions, modify certain covenants to permit the consummation of the previously announced split-off of its directory publishing business, and make other specified changes.