Molecular Devices Shares Soar Nearly 50 Percent on MDS Acquisition | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Molecular Devices’ shares surged 47 percent in afternoon trading to $35.05 from Friday’s close of $23.38, in the wake of this morning’s announcement that the company will be bought by MDS.
 
MDS said earlier today that it will pay $615 million in cash for Molecular Devices and combine the firm with its MDS Sciex business.
 
MDS’ stock was up 1.17 percent to $17.30.

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