Agilent shedding excess business weight in favor of Nanotech

Agilent CEO William Sullivan has been cleaving off business units like mad lately, but continues to explicitly support nanotechnology as an "area of expansion" moving forward. The sale of Agilent’s semiconductor and LED lighting businesses expose a strategy of returning to the company’s fundamental ...

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