/ (ʌnˈbʌndlɪŋ) /
commerce the takeover of a large conglomerate with a view to retaining the core business and selling off some of the subsidiaries to help finance the takeover
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This trend is part of a broader phenomenon: the unbundling of the college degree.
Unbundling is also a smart idea in that passengers looking for perks can buy them, absorbing a higher share of the cost.Think American Airlines Is Rotten? You Have No Idea How Good You Have It|Patrick Smith|October 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST