The Biggest M&A Announcements Of 2023 Show Deals Are Getting Bigger
M&A activity in 2023 began with March’s $43bn mega-deal for Seagen, but only one eight-figure takeout has occurred since. Still, the values are higher overall than seen in 2022 and might indicate a gradual return to larger deals.
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