Agilent Semiconductor Unit Reportedly for Sale; Will Focus on Core Businesses | GenomeWeb

Agilent is reportedly seeking a buyer for its semiconductor business, a move that would allow it to shed a laggard among its divisions and focus on its more profitable test and measurement group and life sciences and chemical analysis business.

According to the Wall Street Journal, the firm has hired investment bank Goldman Sachs Group to find a buyer.

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