Definitions of "divestiture"
  1. Refers to the selling or transferring ownership of a property, often an operating division, under legal directives such as a court order, most commonly in cases of bankruptcy
  2. The process of selling off an asset that is considered unprofitable, adds no value to the restructuring of a corporation, or is morally questionable
How to use "divestiture" in a sentence
  1. Due to the company's financial state, they had to go through a divestiture process and sell off their operating division.
  2. The divestiture of the unprofitable business division was conducted to streamline the company's operations.
  3. Companies may undergo divestiture if they own assets that are deemed morally unacceptable.

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