NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — TriPath Imaging today said that its shareholders have approved Becton Dickinson’s $350-million bid to acquire the company.
 
The company said it expects the deal to close by tomorrow.
 
In September, BD said it would acquire 93.5 percent of TriPath’s shares for $350 million. TriPath said today that BD has agreed to pay $9.25 a share for the firm’s common stock, which is where the stock was trading this afternoon.

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