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.
– Advisory Services Practice to Assist Growth-Stage Life Science Companies in Pre-Transaction Preparation and Strategic Corporate Development – August 24, 2022 08:30 AM Eastern Daylight Time BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Outcome Capital, a highly specialized life science and healthcare investment banking group, today announced the formal launch of an Advisory Services Practice in response to demand from client […]Read More
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