The Bio Report
Merger and acquisitions may be a path to creating value for life science companies, but talks can breakdown because of flaws in management thinking that skew their sense of the value of their company. Oded Ben-Joseph, managing director of Outcome Capital, applied behavioral economics to the M&A front to discuss how cognitive biases can derail M&A transactions in an article in the September issue of In Vivo. We spoke to Ben-Joseph about cognitive biases, why the life sciences sector is particularly prone to the problem, and what executives can do to minimize their effects.
Outcome Capital and Partners HealthCare Innovation Collaborate through the Innovation Fellows Program to Provide Experience in the Business of Science June 4, 2019, Boston, MA Outcome Capital, LLC announced today that it has expanded the Outcome Capital Internship Program to include Partners HealthCare Innovation. The program will provide research fellows at Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham […]Read More
Outcome Capital Advises Whisker Labs in the Sale of its Energy Management Business to Resideo Technologies May 29, 2019, Reston, VA Outcome Capital, an investment banking firm that serves middle market growth companies in the technology and life sciences space, is pleased to announce that Whisker Labs, Inc. (the “Company”) has sold its Energy Management […]Read More