Ventana Opens Books to Roche in Hopes of Fetching More Cash | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Ventana Medical Systems has offered Roche a glimpse into its financial health as it hopes to convince the Swiss drug and diagnostics giant to spend some more on it than the $3 billion dollars it continues to offer.
 
Tucson, Ariz.-based Ventana, which has snubbed Roche’s unsolicited bid to acquire it at least four times, said it hopes the due diligence and related talks will “allow Roche to recognize the significant additional value inherent in Ventana's business.”
 

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