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A Big Year In Device Deals

Executive Summary

Given the large number of high profile deals, last year felt like a big year in the device industry, but the impression left by this handful of big and big-name deals is misleading. A chart illustrating dollar volumes in acquisitions shows a major increase in 1994, however the bulk of the value is several large consolidations—Tyco buying Kendall, for example.

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