Bruker BioSciences Buying Bruker BioSpin, Renaming Itself Bruker
 
Bruker BioSciences this week said it will buy Bruker BioSpin for $914 million. Privately held BioSpin is owned by the Laukien family, who also owns 52 percent of Bruker BioSciences. Upon completion of the deal, the Laukien family will own 69 percent of the new firm, to be called Bruker.
 
Frank Laukien is president and CEO of Bruker BioSciences and will assume both roles with the combined company.
 

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