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Colfax Corp (CFX.N)

CFX.N on New York Stock Exchange

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18 Apr 2019
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Tue, Jan 22 2019

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Exclusive: Colfax picks Goldman to sell Howden business - sources

LONDON/FRANKFURT Colfax Corp is pressing ahead with plans to sell its air and gas handling unit Howden as part of a shift to focus on the medical devices industry and has hired Goldman Sachs to handle the process, four sources close to the matter told Reuters.

Exclusive: Colfax picks Goldman to sell Howden business - sources

LONDON/FRANKFURT Colfax Corp is pressing ahead with plans to sell its air and gas handling unit Howden as part of a shift to focus on the medical devices industry and has hired Goldman Sachs to handle the process, four sources close to the matter told Reuters.

Colfax churns its business with $3.15 billion purchase of medical device maker

Colfax Corp made a big bet on the medical device industry with its $3.15 billion purchase of DJO Global Inc, but its shares fell 15.2 percent as investors worried about its shift away from its industrial roots to a completely new sector.

Colfax churns its business with $3.15 billion purchase of medical device maker

Colfax Corp made a big bet on the medical device industry with its $3.15 billion purchase of DJO Global Inc, but its shares fell 15.2 percent as investors worried about its shift away from its industrial roots to a completely new sector.

UPDATE 3-Colfax churns its business with $3.15 bln purchase of medical device maker

Nov 19 Colfax Corp made a big bet on the medical device industry with its $3.15 billion purchase of DJO Global Inc, but its shares fell 15.2 percent as investors worried about its shift away from its industrial roots to a completely new sector.

Colfax to buy DJO Global in $3.15 bln deal

Nov 19 Industrial equipment maker Colfax Corp said on Monday it would acquire medical device maker DJO Global Inc from private equity funds managed by Blackstone Group for $3.15 billion in cash.

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