SPOTLIGHT: BMS selling off ConvaTec unit for $4.1B


Bristol-Myers Squibb continues to off-load parts of its business that aren't directly related to its beef-up-biopharma strategy: the company has agreed to sell its wound and ostomy care division ConvaTec to a private equity partnership for $4.1 billion. Release | Report

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