Winding up

The Times of India  Feb 17  Comment 
A senior ED official told PTI that the department's officials went to the Camac Street store of Gitanjali Gems, but found the shop closed.
SeekingAlpha  Dec 8  Comment 
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 20  Comment 
Videocon Telecom CEO says the game was only for incumbents and big players
The Hindu Business Line  Sep 10  Comment 
27 have filed for voluntary liquidation; the bankruptcy code has made the process easier
The Economic Times  May 24  Comment 
"The union cabinet took note of this proposal which deals with encouraging ‘Make in India’ in relation to defence equipment,” finance and defence minister Arun Jaitley.
The Economic Times  May 12  Comment 
The plan follows announcement of a safety audit of all the 418 mines in the country in the aftermath of one of the worst disasters in Jharkhand that claimed at least 18 lives.
The Economic Times  Apr 12  Comment 
The GeM would be the national public procurement portal and will be registered as Section 8 Company for providing procurement of goods and services required by central and state government organizations.
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 15  Comment 
Karnataka High Court tells the company to make a ‘fair one-time settlement’ offer to the bank consortium
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 3  Comment 
Chinese handset maker LeEco today refuted reports of winding up its India operations but admitted that it has undertaken an “optimisation exercise” in the world’s second largest smartphone market.
The Economic Times  Feb 22  Comment 
Credit Suisse said that it would now be interesting to see how Jio manages the transition to paid usage, without seeing a sharp drop off in subscriber base.


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Winding up

To liquidate (sell or dispose of) assets of a corporation or partnership. [1] Liquidating the assets of a corporation or partnership, settling accounts, paying bills, distributing remaining assets to shareholders or partners, and then dissolving the business. Winding up a non-profit corporation requires a plan for distribution of assets to some charitable or other non-profit entity. [2]

For example, a portfolio manager might decide to liquidate a position in a stock by selling all the shares of that stock held in the portfolio. [1]

c.1575, "to reduce to order, to set out clearly," sense of "clear away" (a debt) first recorded 1755. The meaning "wipe out, kill" is from 1924. [3] Wind up "come to a conclusion" is from 1825. Winding sheet "shroud of a corpse" is attested from 15c. [4]


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