Thomson Acquires Unleashed Informatics to Expand Pharma Service With BIND, Other Data | GenomeWeb
Information services giant Thomson has acquired tiny Unleashed Informatics in a bid to expand its content offering for pharmaceutical customers.
 
Financial terms of the acquisition, announced this week, were not disclosed. Privately held Unleashed’s four employees will join a company that employs more than 32,000 people worldwide and posted revenues of $6.6 billion in 2006. Unleashed will become a part of Thomson Scientific, one of Thomson’s six business units, which generated revenue of $602 million in 2006.

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