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split-off

n
1. commerce a separation (from the main group)
2. (Commerce) commerce a separation (from the main group)
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split-off

[ˈsplɪtɒf] Nseparación f (Pol) → escisión f
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Liberty Global CEO, Mike Fries, who will serve as Executive Chairman of the Latin American company after the splitoff, said: "Balan is an exceptional technologist and operating executive who has delivered tremendous value to our company as CTO.
There is a bona fide business purpose for the splitoff reorganization.
In the above equations, [DELTA][E.sub.VBM] and [DELTA][E.sub.SO], respectively, denote the difference in valence-band maximum and spin-orbit splitoff band energies between the end point compounds and x is the mole fraction of bismuth incorporated into the semiconductor alloy.
A SPINOFF OR SPLITOFF from the parent corporation is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a public company management team to start with a blank sheet of paper and build a board that will help deliver long-term shareholder value.
Specifically, did children who attrited tend to leave before they splitoff from their parental families (to either form their own households or join a nonparental household) or were they lost after leaving their parental households?