Camera manufacturer Andor Technology, a spin-out of Queen’s University Belfast, has recommended that its shareholders accept a takeover bid of 525p per share from Oxford Instruments (OI). OI, one of Oxford’s oldest and most successful spin-outs and the inventor behind superconducting magnets used in MRI scanners, made an offer of 500p per share public last…
Andor says yes to Oxford
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