KALAMAZOO — Stryker Corp. grew sales 8.5 percent during the first quarter, although net income declined.
Stryker Corp. today completed the acquisition of OrthoSPace Ltd., an Israeli company that developed a treatment for massive, irreparable rotator cuff tears.
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.
In its third deal this month, Kalamazoo-based Stryker Corp. signed a definitive agreement to acquire Physio-Control International Inc. for $1.28 billion in cash.