Biosite Inches Closer to Inverness Merger; Beckman Doesn't Plan to Match $92.50 Bid | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Biosite's board of directors yesterday declared that a merger offer made last week by Inverness Medical Innovations to buy the company for $92.50 a share is a "superior proposal" to an earlier agreement it made with Beckman Coulter.
 

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