Why Eli Lilly and Company May Never Get Bought By Valeant Pharmaceuticals International -- Or Anyone Else
Published: Jun 25, 2014
With its $67 billion market capitalization — about a third that of Pfizer or Merck — Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly often gets mentioned as a buyout candidate. But it will probably never get bought out. The reason, as Sanford C. Bernstein analyst Timothy Anderson explains in a note to investors this morning, is the state law in Indiana.
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