CareFusion announces plans to acquire GE Healhcare's Vital Signs division for $500 million

CareFusion announced on November 18, 2013 that it would acquire GE Healthcare's Vital Signs division in a $500 million deal. The acquisition will double CareFusion's Specialty Disposables business to over $500 million in annual revenues and establishes the company as a leader in Vital Signs' focu...

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