Beckman Coulter Prices Notes Offering; Files for Common Stock Offering | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Beckman Coulter has priced two senior notes offerings and has filed a prospectus to sell up to $250 million worth of common stock, which will help pay for its $780 million acquisition of Olympus' diagnostics business.

The offerings were expected, as Beckman said in late February that it would pay for the acquisition through a combination of around $500 million worth of new debt and roughly $300 million of its common stock.

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