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Better shows with lesser music have become more familiar than the shows with the very best stuff, which is mostly hived off to jazz and cabaret.
The Europeans, unusually united in their defence of the deal, say that its purpose was precisely to hive off nuclear proliferation from broader concerns.
If ProSieben can hive off its digital operations, its core German TV business remains an attractive asset, particularly given the company's relatively low stock price.
Pfizer and Honeywell International on Tuesday announced plans to hive off major business units in an effort to sharpen the focus on their core operations.
Twitter’s value has always been in these little pro-am micro-networks, hived off from the larger feed, where anyone with knowledge, wit, or skills can become central to the perception of a moment.
After hiving off enterprise technology nearly two years ago, the remaining HP was thought to be the more boring half, stuck in the purgatory of personal computers and printers.
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