* In a split-off
, certain assets of a corporation are transferred to a newly created corporation in exchange for all of the new corporation's stock.
Comment: 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.
Following the split-off
, there are approximately 105 million shares of GLIBA, 4.5 million shares of GLIBB, and 7.3 million shares of GLIBP outstanding, and former Liberty Ventures stockholders hold approximately 79% of the common equity of GCI Liberty and an approximate 83% voting interest in GCI Liberty based on shares outstanding as of closing.
Hence the values of the valence band offset, conduction band offset, and spin-orbit split-off
band offset for the end point compounds InAs and InBi are found out to be 0.94 eV, -1.03 eV, and -0.87 eV, respectively.
The unit was established as a split-off
of VS-21 as Air Antisubmarine Squadron 29 on 1 April 1960 at North Island, its home base throughout its service.
Completion of the transactions is also contingent on other conditions, including the receipt of a favorable ruling from the Internal Revenue Service that the split-off
of Hughes from GM would be tax-free to GM and holders of GM Class H common stock for U.S.
Joint cost is the cost of raw materials and the processing cost incurred up to the point (split-off
point) where the primary products and byproducts are separately identifiable.
The AAE is a split-off
branch of the Communist Workers Party.
The hardest stuff to hit EDS since the split-off
from GM came last October, when Alberthal announced that the company's growth rate for both top-line revenues and net income would slow into the first quarter of 1997.
In addition, post the split-off
from MSG Networks (MSGN) in October 2015, investors no longer have to worry about cord-cutting or any other secular concern affecting linear cable networks.