Amgen to Third Point: Thanks for the advice, but …
This article was originally published in Scrip
Isn't it nice when investors offer constructive criticism to biopharmaceutical companies, such as Third Point's public suggestion on 21 October that Amgen consider splitting its operations into two separate companies – one dedicated to legacy products and one focused on innovative therapies?
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