use divest in a sentence.
He's long since divested.
Arrington divested himself of all his shares in tech companies.
How much did Microsoft lose by divesting itself of Apple stock prematurely?
Maybe the pro stuff can be divested to someone who cares.
I only post this because the media is acting like Eric Schmidt divesting 300 million is odd.
I assume and hope she would divest from Google so that more of her net worth is contingent upon Yahoo's success more than Google's.
The US government has, in some ways, become divested from the best interests of the people.
This is not my strong suite, but if you look at the assets which large holders of t-bills are divesting into, you'll find strong inflation.
Adding more weight to your point, I read that McDonald's divested their stake in the Chipotle chain, giving the reason that they wanted to focus on increasing revenue at their own restaurants.
When the code is open and anyone can forkm what does divest even mean?
But seriously, why would one of their early investors divest themselves and invest in a competing company?
Also, it looks like even when returning the result "MIT Israel divestment," the returned result is stripping the first few characters.
Yes, because it worked out so well when governments divested themselves of their local transit systems to private businesses:
Apple's phenomenal dickery is making me seriously consider divesting myself of their products, so yes.
The traditional firms are actually trying to divest their interests in cable.