The Year in Deals: Hold That Acquisition!
After several years of intense consolidation, many medical products companies--the healthier ones, at least--seem to be taking a breather. Drug mergers are way down, while medical devices has become a buyer's market. And biotech consolidation isn't likely anytime soon. Only in slow-growing diagnostics is consolidation the rage.
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