Johnson & Johnson in $30bn swoop on Actelion to plug looming revenue hole

by | January 27, 2017 10:51 am

Johnson & Johnson unveiled the biggest deal in its 130-year history as the world’s largest healthcare company sought to revive its flagging pharmaceuticals division with a $30bn take­over of Swiss drugmaker Actelion. The acquisition ends a long quest by Alex Gorsky, J&J chief executive, to boost growth at the company’s drugmaking unit, and comes after…

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