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Big Partnerships Give Biotechs A Boost To Richer Exits

This article was originally published in Start Up

Executive Summary

Biotechs in recent years are more likely to fetch a higher acquisition price – practically the only way for investors to exit these days – if the company has previously signed a major alliance. But the partners aren't necessarily the ones buying.

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