KALAMAZOO — Two deals that closed in recent weeks typify medical device firm Stryker Corp.’s acquisition strategy.
Stryker Corp. agreed to pay a $7.8 million fine to settle federal securities charges of violating laws over internal accounting controls and records for foreign sales.
Stryker Corp. signed a deal to pay $1.4 billion to acquire Leesburg, Va.-based K2M Group Holdings Inc., a maker of spinal devices.
Stryker Corp. grew sales by more than 10 percent in the second quarter.
Stryker Corp. plans to buy a Swiss company that produces a medical device to clear smoke during procedures that involve cauterizing tissue.
Medical device manufacturer Stryker Corp. plans to invest $109.8 million into a Kalamazoo County manufacturing facility.
Stryker Corp. said it has a deal to buy Entellus Medical Inc. of Plymouth, Minn. in a transaction valued at $662 million.
Medical device manufacturer Stryker Corp. will bolster its capabilities in medical imaging with the acquisition of an Ontario-based firm.
With its share price down more than 13 percent since the Brexit vote, appliance maker Whirlpool Corp. looked to calm investors this morning by reaffirming its guidance for the 2015 fiscal year.
Stock prices of West Michigan’s publicly traded companies tumbled on Friday as Wall Street succumbed to the uncertainty caused by the U.K.’s decision to exit the European Union.