Dealmaking in 1995: The Theme is Product Breadth
If 1994's $61.3 billion in health care mergers seemed to put the health care industry on the road to a world of acquisition-hungry mega-merged drug, device and service companies, 1995, with its $63.7 billion in acquisition activity, has been the year of the unexpected: both in terms of what happened and what didn't.
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