Strode Quoted on Pfizer Deal to Buy Hospira

05 February 2015 Chicago Tribune News

Chicago Tribune

Partner Roger Strode was quoted in a Chicago Tribune article, “Hospira Stock Soars as Pfizer Says it will Buy for $15.23 Billion,” on February 5, 2015. The article discussed details surrounding pharmaceutical giant Pfizer’s plans to buy Illinois drug maker Hospira. Strode was quoted saying, “The shareholders of Hospira are going to be really well off. Hospira’s stock has zoomed already. It’s a huge benefit to them.”

Strode also touched on the outlook for mergers and acquisitions in the pharmaceutical industry and said, “Pharma has been very robust. A lot of companies have done well and they’re sitting on a lot of cash. We’re still in the middle of a bull market.”

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