CombiChem Squeezes Through a Narrow Exit Door
CombiChem's acquisition by DuPont deal is, somewhat paradoxically, yet further proof of the difficulty that early-stage biotechs will have in finding Big Pharma buyers. Unless discovery biotechs are offering something specifically appropriate to a particular drug firm, even moderately valued acquisitions are unlikely exit opportunities.
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