Amgen Wins Onyx, But Will The Deal Pave The Road To Transformation?
The addition of Onyx’s cancer drugs to Amgen’s portfolio will fill a near-term sales gap for the big biotech and reinforce the company as a major oncology player. But Amgen will need to execute expertly on the merger if it is to transform itself into a high-growth biotech.
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