More Than Mako: Stryker Delivers Strong Growth In All Three Businesses
Stryker’s revenues grew 8.1% in 2019, its seventh consecutive year of accelerating organic growth and 40th year of sales growth. All three of the company’s major divisions grew in the high single-digits, led by sales of neurotechnology and spine products.
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