Stryker Goes Shoulder To Shoulder With Wright Medical In $4Bn Takeover
Stryker is acquiring rival Wright Medical in a $4bn deal catapulting the company to a top position in the trauma and extremities market. The agreement, announced on 4 November, is Stryker’s biggest acquisition this year.
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