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Cardinal Health to acquire Cordis for $1.944 billion in cash

Companies | Tuesday March 3, 2015 9:57AM ET
Cardinal Health
Cardinal Health announced plans to acquire Johnson & Johnson's Cordis business, a manufacturer of cardiology and endovascular devices, for $1.944 billion in cash.


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Cardinal Health to acquire Cordis for $1.944 billion in cash

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Cardinal Health to acquire Cordis for $1.944 billion in cash
Tuesday March 3, 2015 9:57AM ET
Cardinal HealthCardinal Health announced plans to acquire Johnson & Johnson's Cordis business, a manufacturer of cardiology and endovascular devices, for $1.944 billion in cash.



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