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How to use divestiture in a sentence
In 2021, 80% of businesses surveyed are planning strategic big moves, such as acquisitions, divestitures, new business models, and widespread automation.2021 planning: New business models, big opportunity|Jason Sparapani|January 11, 2021|MIT Technology Review
This lawsuit seeks “to unwind any advantages that Google gained as a result of its anti-competitive conduct, including divestiture of assets as appropriate,” which could include a breakup.40 more states have targeted Google with its third antitrust lawsuit in two months|Eileen Guo|December 17, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Ron Josey, an analyst at investment banking firm JMP Securities, says a forced divestiture would set an “interesting” precedent for other Big Tech companies.Facebook’s antitrust lawsuit: What the giant would look like without Instagram, WhatsApp|Danielle Abril|December 10, 2020|Fortune
If an extension hasn’t already been granted, Mir said the Justice Department would have to go to court and seek enforcement of the divestiture order.
All this, says the American former diplomat, amounts to a “day-by-day divestiture of government authority.”
But I think American Jews on the whole are not pro-divestiture.Frenemies: The Curious, Clashing Relationship of Obama and Netanyahu (VIDEO)|The Daily Beast Video|April 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He is more puzzled over this problem of divestiture than any other, and finds the solution of it only in "sexual selection."Life: Its True Genesis|R. W. Wright
This divestiture of sensation proceeds to such an extent that there is nothing left beyond what M. Villey calls the pure form.Essays Towards a Theory of Knowledge|Alexander Philip
Cultural definitions for divestiture
The act of a corporation or conglomerate in getting rid of a subsidiary company or division. In a tactic to pressure South Africa to end apartheid, during the 1980s many Americans and Europeans urged divestiture on corporations doing business in South Africa.