Does Bayer's acquisition of Monsanto make sense?

This year, the agricultural industry underwent a dramatic shake-up as a series of mega-mergers and acquisitions occurred; one of those was Bayer’s acquisition of Monsanto. We conducted an in-depth analysis of the future combined company’s strengths and weaknesses across four technology categories; c...

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