GE Shakes Up Cardiac Marketing
General Electric Co.'s acquisition of Marquette Medical Systems makes sense for both sides. Marquette gets the clout of a medical electronics giant who will try to leverage its substantial position and skill in selling high cost, hospital-based electronic equipment. GE, for its part, gets a valuable new technology niche at a time when its core diagnostic imaging business isn't likely to see much internal growth.
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