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Offshoot
A fictional work where the protagonist was introduced in a preceding work or at least shares the same equivalent setting, often in a different aspect

Like most spin-offs, I enjoy Fraiser more than the original show.

The formation of a subsidiary company that continues the operations of part of the parent company; the company so formed
An incidental benefit or unexpected pay-off

Space research often provides a spin-off for everyday technology.

By-product
A company can create an independent company from an existing part of the company by selling or distributing new shares in the so-called spinoff
A spin-off is an unexpected but useful or valuable result of an activity that was designed to achieve something else. The company put out a report on commercial spin-offs from its research
An independent entrepreneurship that produces a product or service that originated in a large company
A corporate divestiture where a division or subsidiary becomes its own company In most cases, shareholders of the parent company receive a pro rata allocation of the new company's stock
Just like TV -- a piece which either started as part of a earlier, longer piece, or which grew out of the knowledge gained from writing the original piece See Slant
When a company sells a portion or all of a division to the public in the form of an IPO they are doing a spin-off The parent company would do a spin-off for several reasons First, to raise capital The parent may be highly leveraged Second, to rationalize its operations by selling off a non-core business In this type of spin-off the managers of the newly public company are (or should be) incentivized to perform well by holding stock in the new company Finally, a parent may decide to spin-off a division in order to draw attention to the newly independent entity and perhaps to raise the stock price of the parent
(1) A form of corporate divestiture that results in a division or subsidiary becoming an independent entity (2) A spin-off can also be accomplished through a buyout
Practice used by the Company to assist one of its employees in setting up their own structure
A stock dividend issued by one company in shares of another corporate entity, such as a subsidiary corporation of the company issuing the dividend
A divestiture in which the stock of a subsidiary is given to the parent company's stockholders
A spin-off is a book, film, or television series that comes after and is related to a successful book, film, or television series
1) a dividend made up of assets, such as another company's stock, that is distributed to stock holders 2) a company divestiture resulting in the transfer of assets or an entire subsidiary
Division of an existing corporation into two (or more) separate corporations The shareholders of the predecessor company receive the shares of the spun-off corporation(s)
new things made from other technology areas
a product made during the manufacture of something else
The deconsolidation of a division or a part of a company/group to give it independent company status
off spin
a style of bowling in which a (right-handed) bowler spins the ball such that, after bouncing, it moves from off to leg (for a right-handed batsman)
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The separation of a subsidiary or division of a corporation from its parent company by issuing shares in a new corporate entity Shareowners in the parent company receive shares in the new company in proportion to their original holding and the total value remains approximately the same
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Separation of a division or a subsidiary from the parent company by issuing "spin off" shares in the new firm
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Giving stock dividend in another CUSIP, usually a subsidiary
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To spin off or spin off something such as a company means to create a new company that is separate from the original organization. He rescued the company and later spun off its textile division into a separate company Corven plans to help large companies spin out smaller, entrepreneurial firms
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1 The sale of a part of a firm to new shareholders or to an outside firm
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produce as a consequence or an unplanned result
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base one thing on something that was done previously; television show that is based on a film or on another television show
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The separation of a subsidiary or division of a corporation from its parent by issuing shares in a new corporate entity Shareowners in the parent receive shares in the new company in proportion to their original holding and the total value remains approximately the same
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Form of corporate divestiture that results in a subsidiary or division becomes an independent company Shareholders of the parent company receive shares in the new company on a pro rata basis, and new investors also may purchase shares in the new company in an offering associated with the spinoff A recent example of a prominent spinoff was the creation of Lucent Technologies from a division of AT&T
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A company can create an independent company from an existing part of the company by selling or distributing new shares in the so-called spinoff
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{i} byproduct, offshoot; TV program or series based on a previous one; process of making a subsidiary an independent company (usually shares of the new firm are given to shareholders of the parent firm)
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A form of corporate divestiture that results in a subsidiary or division becoming an independent company In a traditional spinoff, shares of the new company are distributed to the parent corporation's shareholders Spinoffs can also be accomplished through a leveraged buyout by the subsidiary's or division's management BACK TO TOP
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A television series where the protagonist was introduced on an earlier show
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A unit or division of a company that is "spun off" (i e , given complete independence to operate as its own for-profit company ) The spin-off company's stock may be publicly traded, and the parent company usually owns a percentage of the stock (Process)
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Companies that take an existing internal operation within the parent company structure and allow it to stand on its own The parent company may offer IPO shares in the market to new investors as a means of enhancing shareholder value for those that own shares in the parent company
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