Amgen buys cancer drugmaker for $10.4B

08/26/2013 | Reuters

Amgen agreed to acquire Onyx Pharmaceuticals for $125 per share, or around $10.4 billion, in the fifth-largest biotechnology deal ever. The agreement will give Amgen rights to several cancer drugs, including the multiple myeloma drug Kyprolis, liver and kidney cancer treatment Nexavar, and colon cancer drug Stivarga. The acquisition is expected to be finalized this year.

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