Revival for Antibiotics Could Spur Deals

Merck is paying only about 4.3 times Cubist’s estimated revenue for next year — about the same multiple investors give Merck itself, making the acquisition look like a relative bargain, writes Robert Cyran of Reuters Breakingviews.

Merck is paying only about 4.3 times Cubist’s estimated revenue for next year — about the same multiple investors give Merck itself, making the acquisition look like a relative bargain, writes Robert Cyran of Reuters Breakingviews.

Source:: Revival for Antibiotics Could Spur Deals

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