Onyx Starts Acquisition Process; Price And Competition To Come Into Play
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The fast-growing biotech is soliciting bids, after a rejected Amgen offer and additional third party interest. Wall Street is scrambling to determine how to value Onyx and who the bidders could be.
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