Philips divests lighting business, underscoring LED commoditization and move to higher-value offerings

Last week, electronics manufacturer Philips announced it would be spinning off its lighting businesses. Philips is implementing this as a broader strategy by which it is splitting itself into two companies, focused on HealthTech and Lighting, respectively (Refer to October 2, 2014 LRBEJ). The com...

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